A bridal shower design palette inspired by french floral studio, La Petite Fleur

Florals: La Petite Fleur | Photo: Jessica Imrie Photography

Emily & David’s shower was inspired by the airy, open space of the La Petite Fleur (petitefleur.ca) studio – a French flower shop located in a historic district and overlooking the Grand River and a 100 year old church. The shower began with an intimate brunch, set against the view of a historic downtown. Custom stationary set the tone while whimsical floral pieces create beauty in combination with sophisticated Provencal and modern details.


Hosted by lead floral designer, Brandy King, the guests enjoyed a delicate flower-crown-making workshop which lent itself perfectly to a fun session of feminine portraits.

While seated on tailored sofas in soft greys and surrounded by whimsical details and decadent sweets, guests gathered around the beautiful bride, Emily, as she opened perfectly coordinated gifts.

Topping off this detail-filled celebration, shower attendees took home adorable gold foiled cookie favours in personalized boxes.

Photography: Jessica Imrie Photography (jessicaimriephotography.com)

Styling/Planning: The Creative Details (thecreativedetails.ca)

Florals: La Petite Fleur (petitefleur.ca)

Rentals: Warehouse 84 (warehouse84.ca) & Tableauscapes (tableauscapes.com)

Stationary: The Paper Shoppe (facebook.com/ThePaperShoppeCA)

Florals: La Petite Fleur | Photo: Jessica Imrie Photography
Florals: La Petite Fleur | Photo: Jessica Imrie Photography

Dresses: By Catalfo (bycatalfo.com)

Hair: Hair by Savija (hairbysavija.com)

Make Up: Meghan Barbour (meghanbarbour.ca)

Cake: Beanie’s Bakeshop (beaniesbakeshop.com)

Models: Gemini Models (geminimodels.com)

Seeing La Petite Fleur’s studio and floral design for yourself…

Brandy King at La Petite Fleur can be reached by email using the form below 🙂 or by phone at 519-589-9730. You can also visit La Petite Fleur online at www.petitefleur.ca.