We are extremely honored to have Luisa & Pierre-Antoine’s elegant Paris wedding featured in the latest print issue of Grace Ormonde Wedding Style. The Fall/Winter issue features 5 gorgeous pages of Ian Holmes’ photos of the couple’s wedding. Click here to see the spread!
Delightful news came from one of our couples, Marie-Solange & Peter, who let us know that the beautiful wedding we coordinated for them in Paris is currently being featured in the most recent print edition of Harper’s Bazaar Noiva Brasil.
We’re really enjoying the Brazilian clients we have on board for 2014 and are looking forward to their chic & festive weddings!
From the moment we met this Chicago-based couple we knew helping them plan their autumn wedding in Paris would be a dream.
Andrea & Tom chose to stay in one of our favorite Parisian hotels while they were in the city of lights. Formerly a private mansion (hôtel particulier), the hotel is decorated with incredible style – its winding staircases, arched ceilings and unexpected decorative details made for a romantic backdrop for their wedding weekend.
After the couple said their “I do’s” they toasted the occasion with their guests and enjoyed a mini pièce montée of raspberry and salted caramel macarons from Ladurée. As they were leaving the chapel, their guests showered them bubbles as everyone made their way to a celebratory dinner.
You definitely deserve the thanks! We are so appreciative of all of the work that went into our wedding, and so pleased with how everything turned out. The Fête in France team was patient and helpful throughout the process, and really helped us pull everything together on a somewhat tight timeframe. You were also a tremendous help when it came to finding different venues. Your suggestions for restaurants were spot on. In fact, all of the venues ended up being perfect. On top of that, you did a great job of setting everything up (both at the rehearsal dinner and at the chapel/restaurant on the day of the wedding). Everything looked beautiful. We really enjoyed working with Anthony and Audrey at One and Only, and we’re thrilled with the pics! So thank you again for everything. We had a wonderful time in Paris, and we absolutely love how it all turned out!
Cheers and best wishes go out to Andrea and Tom.
Photography provided by One and Only Paris Photography
Happy holidays everyone! This is the kind of wedding that leaves us breathless. Perfect weather, divine details and a gorgeous couple! Jennie and Treigh came from Florida with an intimate group of friends and family to celebrate their wedding in Paris.
The day started out with hair and makeup for the ladies. We love when brides go with a bold lip color! To go with her classically elegant hair and makeup, the bride wore a strapless lace gown by Ines Di Santos with a jeweled belt and accessories while her ladies wore cobalt blue floor length gowns. The bride and bridesmaids wore hair accessories by Maria Elena Headpieces. The groom and his men looked très chic in classic black tuxedos.
The ceremony took place at a beautiful stone church that overlooks the River Seine. Guests then dined in style at the Hotel George V Paris.
Many congratulations go out to Jennie and Treigh!
Wedding Photography provided by One and Only Paris Photography
What better place than France to have your wedding celebration? It’s the country of romance, style and joie de vivre! From the gastronomy to the stellar wines to the décor, France offers all of these things and more. Whether you prefer a romantic Parisian wedding in a historic chapelle like Daryn and Matt, a rustic affair in a villa in the south of France as did Leah and Matt or an elegant château reception in the Loire Valley like Mirella and Graham, you will find many options on our Pinterest board that will make you want to start planning your wedding in France tout de suite!
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.
Congratulations to Sean and James!
Wedding Photography: Ian Holmes
Wedding Cake: Sugarplum Cake Shop
Luisa & Pierre-Antoine celebrated their wedding this May surrounded by friends and family in a private mansion by the Grand Palais in Paris. Despite the rain, the couple ventured around the city to capture couple shots before arriving at the venue. The rain in Paris put plan B into action which was a ceremony in the entrance hall of the hôtel particulier. Champagne cocktails followed along with a surprise performance by traditional Chinese lion dancers before guests were led up the grand staircase to dinner.
Between the two families, guests came from all over the world: Panama, the north of France, China, and the US and were treated to macaron from Ladurée and mini bottles of POP champagne as a thank-you favors from the happy couple for having traveled so far for the celebration.
During the reception, the guests expressed their congratulations to Luisa and Pierre-Antoine on vintage parisian postcards which were then ‘posted’ in an authentic vintage French post office box. In lieu of a traditional guest book the couple had a fingerprint tree where guests left not only their finger print but also a brief message.
For dessert, the couple chose to have both an American wedding cake and traditional pièce montée accompanied by sparklers, as well as a champagne fountain. Luisa later changed into a beautiful hand-made Chinese fishtail gown for dancing.
Félicitations à Luisa and Pierre Antoine!
Wedding photography: Ian Holmes Photography
Wedding Cake: Synie’s Cupcakes
Hair: Sonja Stein
Makeup: Sanni Sorma
Liz and Mark came to us from Raleigh, North Carolina. The couple incorporated traditional Jewish wedding celebration elements into their intimate garden ceremony.
The two chose May to get married in an intimate ceremony near Trocadero, and celebrated the day with both sets of parents. While a solo violinist played, Liz and Mark practiced Jewish wedding traditions such as the breaking of the glass and signing of the marital contract. Instead of a chuppah canopy, the couple used the groom’s tallit. Liz’s dress was custom made and looked beautiful with her bouquet of purple and white flowers.
The couple used a Rolls Royce to drive arount the city for their post-ceremony photoshoot, stopping at the most romantic spots in Paris, including lover’s bridge to leave a lock and of course, la tour Eiffel!