Vale & Vine is
Canada’s premier fine art wedding blog.
Emphasizing natural environments and the celebration of marriage, Vale & Vine brings inspiration to Canadian brides and showcase the splendour of the Great North and the world-class artistry within.
We are committed to providing a platform that meets the needs of the 2019 wedding industry in Canada. Our values include, but are not limited to:
Representing Canada’s diversity
Providing a platform for the fine art wedding community to grow within Canada
Representing venues & unique locations coast to coast
Infusing intention and celebrating marriage, partnerships and commitments
MEET THE TEAM
JAIME FENWICKFOUNDER & CREATIVE DIRECTOR
My love of weddings began as a little girl with my first clippings featuring gowns from a wedding magazine - my dream dress then was a full-skirted satin number complete with puffed sleeves à la Anne of Green Gables and Princess Diana. After all, I was a child of the 80's. But my passion for weddings didn't stop with dress clippings and daydreams. Instead, it lead to a career as a wedding photographer and eventually to the creation of Vale & Vine.
In 2017, I took a break from the wedding world to focus on my growing family (my husband Will and I have three children under 5) and personal creative pursuits but I always hoped to one day return to publishing.
I'm excited to be relaunching Vale & Vine and to feature the best of Canadian wedding inspiration shot on film.
CAILEIGH LANGFORD KYLEMANAGING EDITOR & EDITORIAL DIRECTOR
While I’ve been a wedding and portrait photographer for six years, my background was originally in publishing and design. I am thrilled to be joining Vale & Vine and aiding in the relaunch into this new chapter! I am endlessly inspired by the unique natural landscapes within Canada and by film photography - both essential ingredients in any fine art wedding.
For those rare moments when I’m not working, I can most likely be found travelling, renovating my home in Southern Ontario or snuggling my wheaten terrier, Winnie.