It was supposed to be just an inspiration editorial, but it turned into a real amazing elopement for Ambre and Romain. In spite of the fact that the groom and the bride have been together for ten years, they didn’t think that they would have a real wedding, and it’s all because of lack of money, the coronavirus pandemic and other reasons. But wedding planners from Rubijoy Wedding Planning and other artists achieved Ambre’s and Romain’s dreams about a perfect wedding day. They chose a breathtaking french countryside venue Château de Queille which is surrounded by forests, a river and meadows. There is a 11th century romanesque chapel where the bride and the groom exchanged their vows.
The floral stylist Sarah Menager created a beautiful bouquet for the bride, it consisted of white, pale pink and marsala roses and dahilas. The wedding cake was unique too. It was a light lemon sponge with layers of fresh raspberry coulis and a lemon curd with meringue crumbs decorated with a lavender.
The bride Ambre was dressed in a white long transparent sleeved organic silk crepe maxi dress from Marielle Maury. But on the photos you can see that the bride changed her dress to a new one for the picnic celebration — a beige linen sleeveless maxi dress. Both gowns are incredibly chic! The groom Romain was dressed in a light blue button down shirt, marsala trousers, suspenders, leather shoes, a printed bow tie and a light gray cap.
Now you can take a look at awesome photos and maybe you will find some inspiring wedding ideas.