Happy Thursday everyone! I thought I’d leave part three of our lovely tipi shoot until today. Why not start the weekend off with something colourful eh? (For all my Canadian readers… that ‘eh’ is just for you ;-))
The creative team at Vintage Bloom put together a colouful frenzy of blooms for our fun tea party inspired theme. I added lolly pops and candy to the table, and the Chef at Al Badia provided us with a delightful selection of afternoon tea nibbles. It was very hard for us not to eat the props while shooting.
Vintage Bloom decorated the wood poles with ivy and flowers which was the perfectly decorating alternative to my usual bunting. I don’t know why but bunting and tipi’s just go hand in hand.
How good does the afternoon tea tray look? Ummm very good. Al Badia Golf Club have such a fantastic venue and until that day I had no idea how fantastic the food was either.
This tipi had flooring laid down to protect the grass. For those brides who don’t like grass or would prefer a more solid flooring solution then this can all be arranged by Canvas and Wood
Seriously… how awesome do these tipi’s look together? I’m so in love with the idea of a tipi wedding. 🙂
Photo shoot credits…
Tipi, tables and benches & fireplace: Canvas and Wood
Flowers: Vintage Bloom
Photography: Sarah C
Videography: Love Lucy Videography (video coming soon)
Stationery: Natalie @ Elizabeth Andres
Venue & Food: Al Badia Golf Club at Festival City
Styling & Decor: Joelle @ My Lovely Wedding
P.S If you missed part 2 of the styled tipi shoot check it out here… *Tipi styled shoot at Al Badia Golf Club*
Have a lovely weekend everyone. xx