This smash-sensation could go down as a country-chic favorite of ours with its moody drama playing out in bold reds and striking black accents. Equal parts laid-back without losing its glamorous and alluring charm, this is elevated winter rustic barn wedding romance at its finest. An old loft barn at the Kildara Farm in North Saanich, Vancouver Island is transformed into one elegant backdrop by Beauty Bride as inspiration for an intimate bride and groom portrait session. SV Photograph nailed the vibe in spades. Every frame unfolds a love story between the real-life couple, Lorina and Rob. Jennings the Florist created a floating rose floor that has single stems and lush blooms peering through the rustic planks that we are obsessing over. Get ready to dive into this gorgeous gallery that is about all about an elevated winter rustic barn wedding romance that just so happens to be completely steal-worthy.

Elevated Winter Rustic Barn Wedding Romance

Early predictions eluded to old-fashioned farm wedding as a trend, but we all know it is here to stay. Who doesn't love a bit of country? You've probably come across a million and a half wedding ideas if you are in the midst of planning your day. And this theme will pop up time and time again. But, today's country-chic, is all about the elevated winter rustic barn wedding romance. You've most likely encountered loads of inspiration on Pinterest to ignite your dreams, but we can guarantee you haven't seen anything like this exceptional interpretation. From the bold bridal bouquet intermixing roses and anthuriums for that dramatic red show-stopper to the bride's sexy sequined Allure Bridals gown, this beauty packs a punch. The gown was selected for its dazzling sparkle that easily reflects the natural lighting off its column silhouette and dancing movement. Since this is elevated winter rustic barn wedding romance it of course calls for a soft fur stole draping across her bare shoulders. In the middle of the floating roses across the bare floors, lays a soft black fur with crystal chargers set with black glass plates surrounded by candle light and brass. Imagine this intimate seating for two to snuggle up and share a slice of Schur to Please Boutique Cakery delectable temptation glazed with shiny mirrored icing accented by fresh red roses.


Photographer: SV Photograph | Planning and Decor: Beauty Bride | Cake: Schur to Please Boutique Cakery | Flowers: Jennings the Florist | Dress: Shades of White Bridal | Bridal Designer: Allure Bridals | Suit: Outlooks for Men | Venue: Kildara Farm | Make Up: Makeup By Erica Harris | Hair: Adorn Hair By Amanda | Models: Lorina and Rob