I found myself at the Chateau de Villette last June with an amazing group of vendors to create a Marie Antoinette inspired youthful and seductive French wedding inspiration photoshoot. This shoot highlighted some of our pastel colors of pale and regal blues in the spotlight, touched by gorgeous greens, creams, pinks and golds. The theme was very French in its romantic detailing with lots of bridal blues, soft, flowing tulle, textured linens and hints of Marie Antoinette playfulness with coloured macaroons and a stunning cake in white, pale blue and gold.
The first shoot took place in side the chateau in the dining room, surrounded by blues and whites with a hint of Chinese influence in old antique vases, table decor and murals. The bride wore a stunning, off the shoulder gown by Alon Livné White, tulle falling perfectly in a playful and seductive manner. The headpiece resembled a tulle and pearl crown and gave the bride the hint of a young French maid, yet still captured that wonderful innocence about her. The second dress was by Galia Lahav and had an understated, polished and refined look about it. We played up the look to add a touch of youthfulness once again, first with a top knot, then with a low ponytail to blend with the sophisticated vision that the gown and the beautiful headpiece by Erin Rhyne created together.
The evening look with the dress by Greek designer Celia Kritharioti was gorgeous and much more sultry with a sheer lace top, smokey eyes and a messy, pulled back hairstyle. We designed the table top in a Marie Antoinette style, with both antique and vintage settings, playfully colorful in blues with hints of pink and green, the macaroons and cuts of gold a perfect contrast of regal and lighthearted.
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Photography & Videography: Monsoleil Weddings
Creative Director & Stylist: Type A Society
Planning: NKT Events | Florist: Floraison
Venue: Château de Villette
1st gown designer: Alon Livné | 2nd gown designer: Galia Lahav
3rd gown designer: Celia Kritharioti | Tuxedo: Jean Jacques Ceremonie
1st headpiece: Keren Wolf | 2nd headpiece: Erin Rhyne