Artist designed her winter wedding invitations & décor.
January 28, 2012 Muskoka, ON Canada.
Ross being of Scottish decent was reflected in the wedding ceremony décor that was highlighted in Scottish tartan ribbon.
The Bride and Groom walked down the aisle on a tartan carpet to the sounds of a harp and violin.
The Bride wore a custom designed ball gown by designer Lucian Matis. The skirt has ruffles from the waist to the hooped bottom that almost touched the floor. She wore a mink stole in keeping with the winter wedding theme.
The Groom wore a Gotstyle suit with tartan cufflinks.
The bridesmaids wore dresses by Canadian designer Wesley Badanjak.
Winter Wedding artist Beckie DiLeo weds Brian Ross.
The Sherwood Inn on Lake Muskoka is the location winter wedding wonderland. The wedding guests weekend was busy with snow-shoeing, cross country skiing and cottage games.
The winter wedding celebrations started with a wine and cheese on Friday evening by a roaring fire. Where guests were able to go ice skating on the lake.
The reception menu was Ontario Pickerel or Canadian Striploin steak. Beverages were winter-themed drinks.
The décor included pine cones and fresh cut log candles borrowed from nature in the surrounding forest. They were created by the bride and her art students.
The wedding invitation was designed by the bride. Its request to guests was to dress in theme colors red, black and slate. The invite features Canadian winter-inspired sketches, pictured left.
DiLeo is an artist, teacher and performer. She also designed her wedding cake and tartan-inspired oil painting gifts for their winter wedding guests.
Wedding photo Cory Vander-Ploeg at Hermann + Audrey.