Just over a year ago, two couples from Annapolis started a creative movement that changed how creatives around the world interact and collaborate with each other. The Rising Tide Society brings creatives together in the spirit of community over competition, because “a rising tide lifts all boats.” (J.F.K)
In the winter, a local chapter got create in Ottawa, and one Tuesday a month, we meet to chat about how to lift each other up as creative entrepreneurs. In the spirit of collaboration, the Ottawa group planned and contributed to a large style shoot where everyone showcased their abilities and talents. The theme was Southern Bridal Brunch and the outcome exceeded my expectations.
So here are the behind the scene of our style shoot that brought so many great vendors together!
Planners: Love is Love weddings & events, The Burlap Bride, What Emily Said
Photographers: Charlie Barnett Photography, Brittany Lee Photography, Nicole Amanda Photography, Lace & Luce, Tiara Brouse Photography, Photography by Emma, Amy Sturgeon Photography
Stop Motion Videography: Charlotte Northrope Photography
Videography: The Salt and Light Studio
Venue: Tranquil Acres Inc.
Models: What Emily Said, Dear Emilie G., Tracey Jazmin Photography
Bridal Attire: The Handmade Bride
Hair: Liana Lacroix Beauty
Headpieces: Lola Rose Accessories
Makeup artist: Dazzling Faces Make-Up Artistry
Jewellery: Goldart Jewellery Studio
Cakes: Sugar House Cakes
Macarons: BUU Macarons
Floral Design: Satin & Snow
Primary Décor: The Burlap Bride
Rosette Backdrop: Pretty Papier
Floral Hoops: Oodie Boodie
Confetti Poppers and champagne gifts: Stephanie White
Chalkboard Calligraphy: The Happy Ever Crafter
Stationery: Simply Steph Ko, Ivy Stripe
Gift Boxes: LaFabère