The talented designers at Jubilee Events teamed up with Beth Chapman of The White Dress by the Shore and Flowers by Justine to style a shoot showcasing the beauty & coziness of a winter wedding.
Senior Event Designer, Diana Chouinard of Jubilee Events talks about her vision in detail below!
1. What was the inspiration for the shoot and how you felt this style spoke to your design aesthetic?
Because many weddings and events happen in the prime of Spring, Summer, and Fall, we wanted to give a little love to the winter season. Through our use of moody tones and texture we highlighted the beauty of an indoor space. We brought in natural texture through an abundance of greenery that we dressed down the center of the table and around various details of the day – signage, cake, and the ceremony tree. Because of the chilly time of year, we wanted to add a bit of warmth, not just through gold accents, but by a full candle runner down the center of the table. It’s always a fun challenge to see how you can take a trend and build it to add personality or a signature touch – much like we did with the decorative runner!
2. If this shoot were a real-life event, what would you envision it to be about?
The tree decor where the ceremony would take place was one of my favorite elements of this shoot. I love that couples are bringing their story and flair into tradition and making the wedding day their own. By creating this shoot, we remind our couples that they can invoke their interests and history into any part of their day! Our table evoked a sense of coziness… an intimate experience to be shared with the ones you love. The guest experience is one of the parts of a wedding or event that is nearest and dearest to our hearts.
3. Tell us about all of the lovely and amazing details you included in this shoot.
The color palette, aesthetic, rental selections, and layout of our table started in my mind, but our incredible vendor team made it a beautiful reality! That tree decor and the greenery down the table was absolute magic thanks to our florist, Flowers by Justine. The textures throughout the space and table were highlighted by Beth Chapman’s incredible selection of gowns from The White Dress by the Shore.