Collingwood Wedding photography – Eric and Erin were surrounded by the natural scenery and beautiful views of this iconic ski village. Even though there was no snow, the village was the perfect location for this bohemian wedding!
I captured a ton of super cute candid photographs during this wedding. Everyone was laughing, having fun, and doing silly things to make each other laugh. The groomsmen were even hopping on horses and throwing flower confetti at each other, which definitely kept the bridesmaids laughing!!
Eric and Erin’s Collingwood wedding location was at private residences of their family and friends. It was important to the couple that their family and friends be a huge part of their day. They made sure they had lots of time throughout the day to hangout with everyone and enjoy time together.
The bride got ready at the family home, starting the day off in an intimate way, and I am still obsessed with the gold palm tree wallpaper!! Eric and Erin had their first look on their friend’s horse farm then took the time to have some drinks with friends. I definitely took advantage of this relaxing time to capture all of the awesome views that Creemore has to offer!
It was so nice to see how their family and friends contributed to their special day.
One family member grew awesome flowers, picked them, dried them, and turned them into confetti that the wedding party used during the photo shoot.
Erin had a close friend design and make her gorgeous wedding dress. The guests even got to take home a jar of homemade jam, which added to the cozy homey feel to this wedding.
Billie Flower Co. decorated the wedding with amazing pops of bright colour. I love the giant flower wedding wreath that they were married in front of. Wedding wreaths are the newest trend and I am loving them! For the reception, guests enjoyed a canoe full of Creemore Springs beer and an amazing pig roast. The entire day had a laidback vibe that really reflected the couple’s style.
Enjoy Eric and Erin’s sneak peek pictures below!!
Cake: Portugese Tarts- Bakery from Toronto- shipped and paid for at the metro in Collingwood- Pies from Caterer
Paper goods: Etsy
Venue: The Ainley Home
Florals: Janna Dekker- Billie Flower Co.
Planning/décor: Happenings Rentals
Groom’s suit/tux: Harry Rosen
Bride’s Dress: Katie Sturch (one of my very good friends- this will be her 4th wedding dress)
Bride’s shoes: Aldo
Bridesmaid dresses: same as above- all different