With the pandemic affecting many couples’ wedding plans, a team of creatives decided to showcase how to run with a unique idea in the event of change. Inspired by the wintry setting in Edmonton, this Ice Castle Styled Shoot combines frosted blues with shades that were inspired by a classic Disney tale. “This styled shoot was scheduled after the release of the Disney Frozen II movie,” mentioned Wendy of Asian Fusion Weddings. “The color palette in the various movie scenes enhanced the progression of time and became the foundation for our shoot – magenta, burnt coral oranges, periwinkle blues and rose gold tones.”
Although the Ice Castles don’t typically host weddings, the inspiration from the venue shows that, even if you have to opt for a smaller gathering, you can still infuse a lot of great detail. “Backyards can be a lot of fun too, but when there are so many other venue options to select from, why limit microweddings to only backyards?” exclaimed Wendy.
High-fashion attire, statement floral designs, modern decor, glaciers, and ice sculptures all made for a shoot that’s anything but ordinary, and absolutely eye-catching.
If you’re heading “into the unknown” (see what we did there?) with wedding planning, allow this editorial to inspire. Icy? Definitely. But don’t be fooled because it’s going to warm your heart with some GREAT ideas.
- Planning & Production: Asian Fusion Weddings
- Photography: Rhiannon Sarah Photography
- Stationery: Wedding Design by Annika
- Floral Design: Two Buds Floral Artistry
- Cake Design: LauraBella Custom Cakery
- Dress Shop: The White Gallery
- Hair & Makeup: Blush Artistry
- Rentals: Special Event Rentals
- Rentals: Plate Occasions
- Model Agency: The Numa Network
- Model Agency: Chan International Model & Talent
- Venue: Ice Castles