Prepare to fall in love with this editorial at Château d’Estoublon in the heart of Provence, planned by Jennifer Fox Weddings. From the vibrant pink cascading blooms to jaw-dropping gowns, to the 1958 MGA Roadster getaway car – every detail from this day was très chic.
Grey & Cake created a stationery suite featuring an illustration of Château d’Estoublon, a custom envelope liner featuring white anemones (the signature flower of the day), a lavender wreath on the menus, and a beautiful wax seal. Vibrant pinks served as an unexpected color palette, with purple accents as a subtle nod to Provence’s most famous export. Miss Rose by Perrine created a cascading, floral masterpiece to adorn the staircase railings, which popped against the creamy hues of the elegant chateau and looked as if the florals had been foraged from the grounds. A simple arrangement featuring traditional, round-back Louis XVI chairs provided by Belounge, completed the ceremony set up. The groom arrived in a 1958 MGA Roadster, wearing an elegant suit by Rives featuring a shawl collar and a beautifully belted jacket.
Top Bridal Paris provided an immaculately detailed gown, which showcased exquisite beadwork on the bodice, a plunging neckline and back, a flowing, light overskirt and coordinating cape, and a bold, beaded underskirt. A pair of Bella Belle pumps completed the look, with a sheer panel that complemented the skirt of the gown. The bride and groom changed attire for bridal portraits by the pool. The bride wore a semi-sheer gown, featuring a bold feather bodice and illusion neckline, and we chose a long, birdcage-inspired veil to allow the golden hour light to shine through, while the groom donned an ivory dinner jacket.