Who doesn’t enjoy a good winter wedding to swoon all over? In this case, you get two totally different looks to love from this styled shoot in Winnipeg, Manitoba orchestrated by the talented Amanda Douglas Events and her partners. Douglas calls this shoot a high-low idea, where you can witness the wonders of a high end table and a low end table (budget conscious) that are equally beautiful. Both of these gorgeous table designs took place at the Fairmont Winnipeg and were effortlessly captured by the Winnipeg Wedding Photography Collective. Can you guess which table design has the higher budget? Find the answer below.
From Amanda Douglas Events:
“We know that each bride comes with a different set of expectations, budget, and of course style, so we wanted to bring together one colour palette done in two very different ways.
For the high-end look we decided to go with dark rich tones that could be translated into summer, spring, winter or, fall (if done right). We went big (but not high) with the centerpieces and decided to go with the ever popular rectangular table. We decided to add tones of gold, bronze, rose gold, lots for purple, lush greenery and touches of beautiful baby pink and fuchsia.
For the low-end table we decided to take the same color palette but do it in a lighter theme. We went with a light beautiful champagne matte satin tablecloth, lighter dishes (similar to what would come standard with any venue), but still running with the touches of gold, lots of beautiful purple tones, more whites and some greenery. You’ll notice that for this table we went with the more traditional roundtable, which most venues have standard. Some venues you have to pay to bring in rectangular tables, or extra if you want to do square tables (as it takes two rectangular tables put together to make a square). Usually this requires getting more linens as well, because most companies order to size the standard tables.
We went with lower simpler arrangements on this table, but tried to bulk up the table and spread the theme throughout with the candles, small decor pieces, and of course the fun wooden table number.”
Photography: Winnipeg Wedding Photography Collective | Planning/Design: Amanda Douglas Events | Floral Design: Oak & Lily | Stationery: Robin Egg Blue Design | Makeup: Two Chicks & A Bag of Makeup | Wedding Dress: Bliss Bridal | Lighting: Event Light | Linens & Chairs: Planned Perfectly | Model: Emily Belbas | Venue: Fairmont Winnipeg