if you're anything like me you're going to fall completely in love with this modern stylish wedding editorial by Toronto Wedding photographer ARTIESE STUDIOS - in particular the stationery suite which I'm in love with! Captured in an industrial space this creative team led by Therese from ARTIESE STUDIOS and MAGDALENE KAN, transformed it into the most beautiful intimate indoor editorial set. Inspired by warm sunset tones, it features an incredible array of floral creations by SWEET WOODRUFF bringing the vision to life.

"Keeping it simple, clean lines play with organic textures and neutral tones. The transition of colours gives a contrast from the golden hour to the time the sun dips below the horizon. Lisa and Katie of SWEET WOODRUFF worked their magic creating two beautiful bouquets that reflect the different dark pastel skies at sunset, and accessorised with a small ikebana style centrepiece. To further complement, two small ceramic vases with foliage were added to accentuate texture and lines. CYLINDER STUDIO provided contemporary ceramic vases and dinner plates that pulled some of the table elements together. FOLIAGE & PAPER worked with the neutral tones and modern typography on the invitation suite. We chose two minimal draping gowns from LOVERSLAND to keep it classic and to soften the industrial space. Makeup was kept simple with a touch of glow and hair placed in an effortless up-do by WINDY CHIU. It was a pleasure creating the contrast with the bright colours and textures in this shoot."

If you're a bride getting married in the Ontario region you need to check out more of Toronto Wedding Photographer ARTIESE STUDIOS. Her wanderlust leads her to new adventures and breathtaking destinations, photographing couples along the way. Her work has taken her to some of the most beautiful destinations across the globe and has travelled to NYC, France, Italy, Greece, Germany, Thailand, Bali, Mexico, and California. If she isn’t traveling and photographing, she loves learning new things, trying her hand at baking, discovering new restaurants, exploring the city and spending her time with her friends and family. 

You can see more from this Toronto Wedding Photographer in our vendor guide here, and you should also check out this Ethereal bridal inspiration on the Hawaiian coast.