Sometimes, there are those events that are so full of love and positive emotion, you can’t help but walk away from them with a smile. Such was the case with Aki and Ambroise’s wedding we recently had the pleasure of creating. Currently living in Hong Kong, the couple has a rich international experience that was full of inspiration.

Aki’s Korean heritage shone after dinner as the country’s traditional percussion and dance  entertained the guests as the bride and groom slipped into Korean attire. Her years spent schooling in the United Kingdom influenced their unique first dance selection – an Irish jig. Native to France area, Ambroise’s upbringing helped bring them to Paris! Their bright and beautiful palette of yellow and green was perfect for spring and cheerfully brought sunshine to a rather rainy day. Add in a dash of passion for animals, a chalet in a Parisian forest, and lots of yellow blooms thanks to Karine at Sol y Flor and you have the recipe for a particularly charming and cheerful wedding celebration. We are so glad we had the super talented Studio Cabrelli to capture all the special moments.  Aki truly was a captivatingly happy bride and Ambroise an enamoured groom – enjoy  some of our favorite photos!

The rain and umbrellas created a pictersque moment of the bride exiting the Plaza.

The church was brightened by colorful bursts of yellow.

Jubilant organ music filled the sanctuary as it escorted the newly married couple down the aisle.

A bit of Parisian drizzle did not prevent Aki and Ambroise from having a successful photoshoot around the scenic city.

On to the reception at a small chalet in Paris, accessible only by this petite ferry we adorn with blooms.

We found charming ways to incorporate Aki’s love for animals with petite motifs and tables organized by her pets’ names.

The chalet had two distinct spaces for cocktail and reception for us to decorate. Notice the yellow bunting? We made it!

While the couple slipped away to change into traditional Korean attire, the guests were entertained by Korean percussion and dancing. (Yes, we could find that it Paris!)

The evening was made complete by an explosion of festive fireworks which guests enjoyed while waving sparklers. Congratulations Aki and Ambroise!