Bright French Styled Wedding Inspiration

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The inspiration for this shoot all started when Nessa of La mariée aux pieds nus was asked to create a custom suit for Faubourg Saint Sulpice. The suit has a mix of a gingham pattern, Liberty, bright red, and french blue. It turned out so stunning, that Nessa immediately thought this combo would be perfect to turn into a styled shoot “à la française”! From Nessa:

I thought it would be fun to create all the decor process starting from the groom, and show that you don’t have to fear mixing patterns with strong identity. In fact, it adds such a personal touch. Perfect for your wedding day if the pink/nude/pastels combo is not your thing – why not go with great bright colors! I added some dry goods as a reminder of my first job (I used to sell wool and buttons, and teach people how to knit) and some old little metal boxes and bottles I’ve found at the Paris flea market. I just live a few streets away from the flea market, so I love to go for a walk there on Sunday morning. Like the vintage dishes, or the cheese and wine placed on the table, I wanted to recreated what I imagine a meal would look like in an old french family house… It’s how I see a perfect wedding, a day with family and friends, chatting til the night with a glass of Bordeaux and a sweet strawberry pie…

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bouquet

flats

blue suit


Our model Sienna wore two dresses designed by Rime Arodaky. The lovely sleeves, the lace details in the back – everything in her dresses are so feminine and fresh. The blue groom suit mixed blue and red gingham pattern and a blue and red Liberty with pops of yellow for the inner parts. We also used this combination for the paper goods created by Nadege, from Nabe Fabric and the guest favors.

bride

red house

flower crown

suspenders

bride and groom

red and blue centerpieces

vintage plates


Marion, from Madame Artisan fleuriste created all the florals. We imagined something simple and bright. It all worked great in this beautiful venue in Normandy. Le manoir des Prévanches is just about an hour away from Paris, and it is such a lovely place to get married. The October fog in the morning gave way to the sunniest day of the week, and everything fell perfectly in place.

red centerpieces

blue plate

table setting

bouquet

flower crown

blue suit

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wedding-tattoos

spools

bow cake

blue suit

french couple


Thanks so much to all these creative artists from France for sharing their talents with us today!

photography: Xavier Navarro and Marion Heurteboust Photgraphy // event design: La mariée aux pieds nus from MiY Made in You // dresses: Rime Arodaky // suit: Faubourg Saint Sulpice // trench + ballerinas: Mood by me // floral: Madame Artisan fleuriste // cake + pies: Sugarplum // venue: Le manoir des Prévanches // paper goods: Nabe Fabric // guest favors: Temporary tattoos from Bernard forever and jam from Confitures Songes du verger // make up + hair: Pauline Bord // models: Sienna and Romain

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Comments

  1. Gorgeous work from some of France’s best!!! If you plan a destination wedding, look no further!!!

  2. Gorgeous work by my French talented friends!!

  3. Love the whole setup. The idea of a French style wedding sounds amazing.

  4. Stunning!! Stunning images, amazing team!!

  5. pink shoes, haler cap wedding dress, so loved it..It’s amazing.

  6. Absolutely fabulous. So very French and inspiring and colourful and just simply gorgeous. Loving every single aspect about this design!!!

  7. Bravo ! Great inspiration. And photos.

  8. Jen, I’m so thrilled about this feature!
    It truly was an amazing team… What a fun day it was!!!!!! :)
    Merci!

  9. Pure greatness! Extremely talented work put forth here. Great inspiration! Congrats!

  10. I love the red, yellow, and blue together. His suit, with the floral fabric in the jacket, is brilliant.

  11. Thanks again Jen for this lovely featured! And merci à tous for your kind words!

  12. The named hearts for your glass is a great idea! so unique!

  13. Wonderful work and I love the bold colours against the Autumnal background

  14. Glorious French styled wedding inspiration!! I was just gazing at the photography for a long time. Beautiful!!

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