Chelsea and Jason had been living together for four years when he proposed after a relaxing night of movies and junk food. “We are pretty low-key, so it felt fitting. I also cried an embarrassing amount,” Chelsea laughs. “I planned for it to be in private because I figured she would be emotional,” Jason notes.
For their wedding, the coupled envisioned a romantic feel with rich, dramatic touches, and a colour palette of nude, blush, gold and marsala did the trick. Chelsea and Jason also drew inspiration from the natural world for their decor, infusing it with earthy elements like the wood and glass ring display boxes and quartz detailing on the tables and the bridal party’s jewellery. “That was how we wanted people to remember the day: light, natural and romantic,” Chelsea says.
While these details were beautiful, the real show-stoppers of the day were the lush floral arrangements. Garlands featuring rich roses and textured greenery punctuated the rustic ceremony arbour, the reception tables and even the cake. “I was