• Elegant French Wedding With A Grace Kelly Bride Part 2

    Happy Friday everyone,

    For those of you in the US, I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving yesterday.

    I’ve never celebrated Thanksgiving before but I think it’s such a lovely concept. There is so much to be thankful for in this life, even during the toughest of times. Especially the love and support of friends and family.

    And thank you to each and every one of you who make writing this blog such a pleasure. Every comment, tweet and Facebook ‘like’ means so much to me!

    Anyway, enough of the soppy talk and onto the pretty ~ today it comes in the form of Part 2 of Nathalie and Emmanuel’s gorgeous French wedding. Turquoise never looked so chic! (See Part 1 here)

    Things to love include: the ribbon and envelope escort card display, the grey satin ribbon around Nathalie’s tiny waist, the simple cream and blush rose, peony and dahlia centerpieces combined with dramatic floral displays hanging from the marquee ceiling.

    Congratulations Nathalie and Emmanuel! Thanks again to Marion Heurteboust for sharing these beautiful photos.

    California brides/couples don’t forget Marion is visiting in March 2012, so get in touch if you’d like a gorgeous engagement/anniversary/bridal shoot with French flair!

    Photographer: Marion Heurteboust
    Bride’s Dress: Laurent Kapelski
    Bride’s Shoes: Collisée de Sacha
    Invitations: L’art du papier
  • http://twitter.com/FiftiesWedding Charlie Tomlinson

    Oh so beautiful! That dress is AMAZING!! xxx

  • http://www.borrowedandbleu.com Erika {Borrowed&Bleu}

    She’s lovely! I love the matroyshka dolls!

  • http://apaperproposal.com Sarah {A Paper Proposal}

    Such an elegant bride, and I love those really light white and pink flowers used for the centerpieces!

  • Hilary

    What a classy wedding!  It’s beautiful! 

    Hilary {Bayside Bride}  //  info@baysidebride.com  //  http://baysidebride.com

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