Style Shoots



For Stéphanie Laliberté, owner and designer at Mademoiselle Artsy, it all began in January, when she became intrigued and passionate about furs. “As the snow was falling outside, I knew it was the perfect season to envision my hunter’s sleeping beauty wedding with lots of furs and deep warm colors.”

She had envisioned the bridal bouquet. “My first idea was to wrap the bouquet handle with a gorgeous piece of fur which would warm up the bride’s hands. But my greatest idea came about a month later,” she said. She had a beautiful deer antler that she wanted to use but didn’t know how, until one night she had a dream “of a beautiful gold brooch bouquet with a deer antler handle. This antler was going to hold the bouquet and make a huge statement.”

When she woke up, she knew she had a perfect idea. “A creation that I really wanted to share, something that was too beautiful and creative to be ignored.” She balanced “the masculine, rough look of the horn with a soft, feminine and glamorous look of a full pink, gold, and burgundy brooch bouquet. Some delicate pearls and gold chains were going to [decorate] the front of the bouquet and make an extra statement. A real princess of the forest look,” she said. “I wanted the color palette to reflect the warmth and richness of my hunter’s furs: warm rusty colors mixed with some darker tones. Cream, rust, burgundy, plum, and black were the colors I envisioned for this wedding.”


Venue: Fiddler Lake Resort | Photography: Sonia Bourdon Photographe | Bouquets, Accessories & Jewellery: Mlle Artsy | Vintage Rentals, Decor & Paper: La Mariée Bohème | Dessert Table: Miss Célébrations | Flowers: Prune Les Fleurs | Furs: Levaque Fourrures | Gown: Alliance Bridal | Makeup: Susan Morales | Makeup Products: Make Up For Ever | Hair: Tina Lemay of Salon Aqua Spa | Bride and Groom: Karine St-Michel & Guillaume Charbonneau