Moody Museum Wedding Inspiration with Vintage Details

Brittny Drye Founder + Editor-in-Chief of Love Inc. Magazine | On-Air Wedding Expert | LGBTQ+ Inclusivity in the Wedding Industry

Today's inspo comes from a team of Toronto creatives that jumped at the chance to shoot in the Campbell House Museum. They were clearly inspired by the 1822 heritage house and implemented vintage crystal and lace throughout the tablescape design while giving it a fresh, modern update with moody vibes. Deep red roses, dahlias and chrysanthemums, a gray tulle skirt and decadent drip cake are just a few elements that have us swooning (and pinning!) from this inspo that beautifully balances past and present.

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Wedding Vendors!

Photography: Rosewood Wedding Photos

Venue: Campbell House Museum

Hair & Makeup: Nicole Grittani

Floral Design: The Weekend Florist

Short-Sleeved Dress Designer: Lea-Ann Belter

Long-Sleeved Dress Designer: Catherine Langlois

Prop Styling: Kristen Lim Tung

Jewelry: Emily Gill

Stationery: Georgia Corsetti

Cake Design: Happiness Is Sweet


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