Hatley Castle
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding
  • Myrtle et Olive Destination Castle Wedding

Hatley Castle

Renowned photographer Kurt Boomer captures our heart at Hatley Castle, Victoria, that’s brimming with enchanting old world charm. We strived to create a royal, old-world romance inspired look that merges seamlessly with the Castle and perfectly manicured gardens and grounds of the venue. 

Refined décor details such as oversized ornate candle holders, antique gold glassware and dupioni silk were added for the feel of elegance.  For our floral palette, we juxtaposed the decadence of burgundy and hazel hues that are so in abundance during the fall season of the year with the softest hues – the new neutral.

We sought to create a soiree that is truly timeless and utterly classic where one will look back and fall in love with again and again.  We worked with the incredible Written Word Calligraphy to craft one of a kind paper goods and details, including custom illustrated programs wrapped in raw silk from Frou Frou Chic, horizontal metallic “Godiva” inspired menus and luxury, embroidered monogram napkins graced on the most delicate dinnerware by Arte Italica from Vancouver based decorative furnishing, Chintz & Company.

To make this dreamy castle wedding even dreamier, you can swoon over the stunning romantic, ethereal Reem Acra gown with an embroidered top and light, refined chiffon to create a serene, graceful ambiance as the bride wonders the garden and hidden places of the castle…

Featured in Flutter Magazine, Issue 11.

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