Vancouver Waterfall building | Wedding Style Shoot

Less can be more. That was the inspiration behind this cool, modern, minimalist styled photo shoot with timeless appeal.

In choosing a suitable venue, Vancouver’s iconic Waterfall Building was the first that came to mind. “This charming little gem offers us a unique backdrop of grace and timelessness,” Videographer Cindy from Premier Love explains . “Natural light fills the space to help us achieve a simple and unprocessed look.”

The theme colour for the shoot was fashionable teal, along with coordinating blues and soft greens. Marika Beise from Rock Paper Square pulled the vision together with elegant décor touches, from the dining and cake table to the cozy lounge area.

Simple yet eye-catching florals by Dushan Flowers were spread throughout the entire venue, from the rose bridal bouquets to a charming table centrepiece and the lounge area.

Tanya from Le Gateau Bake Shop created a pretty three-tier cake topped with a fondant flower to complement the minimalist cake table. And to complete the table settings, stationery designer Carolina Wong compiled a variety of invitations, menus, table numbers and name cards for the simple head table.

For the models, Keely Anderson from Glossed Studio created a simple, natural look, with a sleek, high ponytail for model Naomi and weightless, loose curls for April. The soft pastels perfectly complemented the stunning Kristy and Cheylene dresses from Truvelle . The models were then accessorized with classic diamond rings and pearls from MJ Jewellers Ltd.

Videography: Premier Love Productions | Venue: Waterfall Building | Planning, Styling & Décor: Rock Paper Square | Floral Design: Dushan Flowers | Makeup & Hair: Glossed Studio | Stationery:Carolina Wong | Dresses: Truvelle | Jewellery: MJ Jewellers Ltd. | Cake Design: Le Gateau Bake Shop | Models: April Blecker and Naomi West

Waterfall building wedding photography
Waterfall building wedding photography
Waterfall building wedding photography
Waterfall building wedding photography