Ismaëlla and Aurelie’s kinfolk-inspired wedding at Ferme Gerquesalle in France is oh so dreamy and we can’t get enough. Between Ismaella’s Manon Gontero long-sleeved gown with lace appliques in all the right places to Aurélie’s Flora Houche sexy yet delicate jumpsuit to the neutral colors, pampas grass, and macrame backdrop, Vanessa Madec perfectly captured the essence of the ethereal day.
For the wedding, the couple dreamt of a glam yet very relaxed day with a kinfolk theme. They really like atypical and boho vibes, that’s why they choose to get married in a ferme with a little river and a moulin nearby. The venue is a mix of industrial style and boho with nature all around. The lounge was done with vintage and industrial furniture, blankets and Moroccan and boho items. The reception tables were decorated with eucalyptus and dried blooms plus candles of various colors. The wedding cake was a naked one, with fresh blooms, greenery and sparklers for topping it.
Ismaëlla wanted a wedding dress in two different parts that I would be able to wear again another day. She wanted to be a bride who was glamourous but also assertive. It was the young designer Manon Gontero who created it for her in glam and rock style. For the outfit, Aurelie wanted something sexy, delicate, but simple. She chose a jumpsuit from the designer Flora Houche. She also asked for natural and light makeup to highlight her green-blue eyes. Take a look at the wedding below and enjoy!