This shoot was inspired and took place during autumn in the French countryside, and it was filled with charming details. The venue, which was a chateau, was refined and elegant, just like a real chateau should be.
The shoot took place in Château La Cour in western France and was designed by Cathy Marion Photographe and event designer La Bel’ Emotion. The shoot was dreamy, dramatic, and romantic as the property itself. When you think of a chateau, you might think of grandeur and elegance, but Château La Cour boasts a cozy, intimate atmosphere that the team played up with candlelight and flowers. The changing of the leaves and the castle’s expansive gardens inspired La Bel’ Emotion and Jardin Dobrée to channel a warm ambience and enchanting atmosphere. The wedding ceremony space was done with lots of candles, flowers and bird cages for a very refined feel. The wedding tablescape was uncovered, with elegant cutlery, refined glasses and a lush and wild floral centerpiece. At night the bride lit the candles on the table and in mercury glass candle holders, candle holders hanging from above highlighted it even more.
The unique wedding gown by French designer Isabelle Payet was a draped long dress with a V neckline, ivory on the front and peachy on the back, with a chic lace sash, and it was paired with a romantic updo by Mes Secrets de Beauté. The wedding bouquet was super lush and wild one, with much greenery and texture. Get more of this beautiful wedding shoot below!