Megan and Nick celebrated their wedding this July in a beautiful hillside village in southern France. With their closest friends and family, the couple shared their vows in s private garden with magnificent views of the surrounding vineyards and hills. Megan wore a beautiful retro gown which was actually two separate pieces. The top was designed by the Parisian wedding dress créatriceDelphine Manivet, and the skirt was then made to match in the States.
After the intimate ceremony performed by the bride’s uncle, the guests shared a delicious French dinner while watching the sun set in the valley below.
We wish Megan and Nick the best as they start their new life together in Amsterdam!
We had the pleasure of welcoming Sean and James all the way from Scotland for their wedding this past May. Guests enjoyed a beautiful ceremony in the garden of a private mansion next to the Musée d’Orsay followed by cocktails, dinner, dancing and much laughter!
The male guests (even the little one!) wore traditional Scottish kilts, each with the traditional purse and a knife decorated with the family crest.
Dancing took place in the caves where guests continued the celebration with drinks (whisky anyone?), dancing, and a beautiful Tiffany blue wedding cake.
After an elegant rehearsal dinner the night before, the sun was shining again for Lauren and Arnaud’s wedding day. The scene was perfectly set. Blue sky and Cabro d’Or’s lush green foliage made the perfect back drop for Laetitia C.‘s fairytale decorations: arbors and archways dripping with luscious purple blooms, chairs decked with cheerful nosegays and even every candelbra wasn’t left untouched by her wand.
Lauren and Arnaud certainly did not disappoint such enchanting scenery.
Remember Leah and Matt’s rustic chic wedding we had pleasure of putting together? We know that we were very happy with the way the day turned out, so we are flattered to see their celebration garnering some attention in the blogosphere. Both Monique at French Wedding Style and Le Blog de Madame C. recently highlighted the lovely little Provencal wedding on their websites. With additional details and personal commentary from the bride, you can almost pretend you were at estate in the south of France with the couple on there special day, almost.
We can’t help but smile at the bride’s gracious mentions of us -
There a lots more lovely photos and colorful depictions of the day in both articles- check them out here and here!
You know the saying – Actions speak louder than words (or pictures!)? See everything about Catherine and Will’s Provencal celebration en action with this ‘best-of’ montage of their wedding video thanks to Christophe Mechineau at Rec Video Editing.
We just had the pleasure of planning a rustic chic wedding for a lovely couple from Toronto, Leah and Matt. The two had originally began their wedding plans with their native city in mind, but as the guest list (and therefore, expenses!) kept expanding, a very appealing alternative option presented itself: to get married in France!
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.
We recently had the opportunity to create an amazing wedding for quite an impressive couple. Stephanie Okereke and Linus Idahosa of Nollywood fame decided to voyage to Paris with a large number of their friends and family to celebrate their special day. The wonderfully talented Ian of Ian Holmes Photography did a fantastic job of capturing the day, click to see some of our favorite moments!