My heart is a little bit too glad today as I feature this Canadian Rustic Woodland Wedding Inspiration from a small city in British Columbia, Fort Nelson. Captured by Stefanie Glasgow Photography, this wedding styled shoot is all about showcasing small wedding businesses in the area and proving that while they may be small with limited access to resources, they can still create wedding inspiration for brides and grooms all over the globe.
Keeping all things rustic in mind, this styled shoot inspires an intimate wedding style for a bride and groom who loves the woodland setting. Burlap-filled with berry colored hints on the table and flowers, I’m definitely loving every aspect of this shoot!
With this shoot, Final Touch Event Planning wanted to create a rustic elegance with simple pieces that can be found around your home for a DIY feel, but also including pieces from local businesses to truly create a unique setting. Most of the items in the setup can be spotted in local Michaels and even dollar stores. The crates and wooden slabs used were repurposed fruit crates and an old tree stump.
Darylyn Makeup Artistry kept the look natural but with a little flair, adding a light pink lip to compliment the neutral colors of the eyes while Whimsy Flowers and Gifts provided the gorgeous bouquet consisting of soft muted tones and just a small amount of bling to contrast the softness and outdoorsy romantic scene. All of these were captured by Stefanie Glasgow Photography, who aimed to reflect the elegance, details, and dreamlike feel of the shoot; using the setting sun as beautiful backlight.
Fort Nelson is a little oil and gas town located on the Alaska Highway, the last stop before the Yukon; population 4000. The nearest town is 400 km away, and Fort Nelson is secluded and surrounded by amazing forests (currently in risk of the wildfires). In the midst of all these, a gorgeous rustic woodland wedding inspiration emerges.