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London Summer Wedding at MC Motors

While most ladies dream of Paris, my heart’s always been in London. So this British bash right here made my day. With London Bride orchestrating this “summer in the city” reception and Ever After Press creating paper goodies that literally make me squeal, I knew I was in for a good time. Caught the Light snapped away and we even have a little behind the scenes film by Sandra Ciampone. See more here!

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From Caught the LightThis incredibly cool ‘summer in the city’ wedding reception was held at the unmistakeable MC Motors in London’s Dalston. Working in the city, the couple wanted to make the most of a London wedding and chose a fantastic urban space for their reception.

With the assistance of their creative wedding planner, Charley at London Bride and the bride’s friend, Emily at Ever After Press, the day was personalised with subtle references to the bride’s mediterranean heritage and the couples love of the outdoors. The venue was styled with lots of greenery and floral touches to bring the summer to life inside by Amy at Bo Boutique with olive trees, hanging branches and draped foliage which hung over rustic wooden doors behind the top table. The theme continued through the watercolour paper elements designed by Emily, and their unexpected ‘something blue’ ombre wedding cake which took guests by surprise with it’s colourful sponge!

Delicious canapés and cuisine were provided by Social Pantry along with an Iberian ham carving station for guests to enjoy whilst sipping on refreshing Grapefruit and Cucumber cocktails or homemade lemonade. The couple made an amazing entry to the reception by being driven in their vintage car into the venue to a warm welcome from their guests as they arrived to the jazz sounds of the Swinging Little Big Band.

After the sit-down meal and heartfelt speeches, the evening began with the couples favourite signature cocktails served from a vintage bar cart with personalised napkins and cocktail stirrers and guests were treated to a sweet treat with seasonal macarons in ‘Great British Summer’ flavours such as Pimms and Apple and Elderflower. As the wedding was during the World Cup season, a table-football table was set up and proved to be a great place for the boys to have some fun, then the Wedding Smashers DJs kicked off the evening as the couple took to the dance floor with their choreographed first dance routine to the cheers of their guests.

The night didn’t end there as the couple and their friends decided to carry on the after party with a visit to to their local karaoke bar!

Photography: Caught The Light | Wedding Planner: Charley Of London Bride | Dress: La Sposa | Wedding Cake: Konditor & Cook | Catering: Social Pantry | Hair Stylist: Hair By Cassandra | DJ: The Wedding Smashers | Behind The Scenes Film: Sandra Ciampone | Florals: Bo Botique | Macarons: Wharf Road Bakery | Stationery & Paper Elements: Ever After Press | Swing Band: Swinging Little Big Band | Vintage Hire: Classic Crockery | Wedding Venue: MC Motors

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Lush, Organic Destination Wedding in Provence

Greg Finck wedding never disappoints, but when you add the floral talents of Laetitia C. to the equation? You, my dear, have got Provence nuptial perfection right at your fingertips. Designed with a natural, beautifully organic aesthetic, it’s a day that plays off its South of France setting and the results are a destination wedding done so, so right.

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From Greg Finck PhotographyLe Mas de la Rose is a hidden gem in the heart of Provence, surrounded by olive groves and lavender fields. That is in that elegant though intimate typical Provence venue that Fabienne and Carlo had decided to tie the knot. Fabienne is from Switzerland and Carlo from the US, but they had decided to organize a destination wedding by themselves in the South of France. To delight their guests and enjoy the Provence easy lifestyle.

Stationery had been designed by the groom’s brother, and were in a variation of green and grey, which has been the color palette during the whole day. Laetitia C., who is now a friend, has once more done her magic on floral design. Fantastic flowers arrangements were everywhere, from the ceremony to the reception, and were all beautifully designed in a soft green color palette. The bouquets were elegant but not too strict, to reflect the organic and natural side of the region.

The ceremony has probably been one of the most emotional I’ve had the occasion to live this year. The officiant was one of the groom’s best friend and it was difficult not to drop a tear when Fabienne and Carlo exchanged their vows, in the presence of Max, Carlo’s son.

The cocktail was yummy with typical Provence food, including ‘tapenade’ (black olive paste) and regional vegetables, as Le Mas de la Rose grows its own vegetables in the garden. Dinner was similar with amazing organic Provence food and fine wine. The party last until the end of the night, when the bride and groom surprised their guests with an ice cream cart.

Photography: Greg Finck Photography | Floral Design: Laetitia C. | Stationary: Groom's Brother | Bride's Shoes: Lelepyp | Private Villa: Mas De La Rose

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Organic Elegant Paris Wedding Inspiration

For far too long Paris has lived on my ‘wanderlist’, and today I’ve gone off the deep end with this utterly romantic shoot from Le Secret D’Audrey and Wedding Paris. The organic arrangements from Lily Paloma complement the Inbal Dror dress, while the dreamy white setting, with it’s lengthy drapes, candlelight and herringbone floors encompass elegance galore. Join me in the gallery for more.

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From Wedding Paris… When I proposed Audrey about organizing a styled shoot, I did not have a precise idea of which side of the parisian wedding I wanted to show. But when she gave the idea of shooting in a typical Parisian apartment all white with mouldings, it became an evidence that we wanted the result to be “simple” but oh so elegant and romantic!

Because Paris IS elegance. Because Paris is Romance. Getting married in Paris does not need too many artifices because this city brings you straightforward to the point that it is enough for itself. That was exactly the point of the shoot.

Lovers having dinner in a Parisian architectural apartment with a delightful fireplace like we can only find in France, tones of silver and white and an amazing light captivated by Audrey.

For the flowers, we wanted something organic and fresh with light tones surrounded by the heat of candlelights. Lily Paloma used wonderful buttercups, anemones and roses. Not to mention the amazing Inbal Dror dress all embroidered of white and silver that fitted so nicely in the atmosphere. The silver bolded stationeries seemed to be the continuity of the crockery.

Photography: Le Secret D'Audrey | Event Styling: Wedding Paris | Event Planning: Wedding Paris | Floral Design: Lily Paloma | Wedding Dress: Inbal Dror | Cake: Paris Luxury Cakes | Stationery: Ever After Press | Hair And Makeup: Harold James | Bridal Boutique: Metal Flaque | Venue: Private Residence

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Whimsical French Chateau Wedding

This wedding, m’dears, is a celebration. One that is filled with 15 years worth of love, two beautiful babies and one gorgeous french chateau. Graced with Quelque Chose De Bleu touches and captured by Coralie Photography, it’s a love story that’ll steal your heart, so scroll on for each and every beautiful moment below!

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From the beautiful Bride… After more than 15 years together and two children, we decided not to live anymore in sin and to introduce spirituality in our couple.

My dear mother-in-law is at the origin of this decision. I would never thank her enough for her help and support in the organization of the d-day. Besides welcoming us in her wonderful castle, she makes a fantastic wedding planner!

Feeling at home, we enjoyed the place during several days. Our friends and families arrived on thursday (the wedding was on saturday) and the last ones leaved the castle on Monday. We had time with everyone!

The success of our wedding is due to the implication of many of our friends and our moms. I just love DIY, so I wanted to realize most of the supplies, the handkerchiefs, the dragées, the church’s notebook for guests, the little welcoming word in the guest’s rooms… And of course for the decoration. I blew my wishes to Véronique (quelque chose de bleu) which took care of the scenography.

As I have a sense of detail and aesthetic considerations, i wished those moments of happiness and share to be catched by professionals. ( Coralie Photography & RecordYou). I had a couple for that! GREAT! It was the same for music, a couple (The Mellow)! Isn’t it romantic?

I really want to thank our families, friends and moms. And more especially Sylvie, Christelle, Laura and Charlotte for their small precious hands, my BFF Mimie and Maé, and of course, everyone involved for their warmth and their patience!

Photography: Coralie Photography | Videographer: Record You | Event Design: Quelque Chose De Bleu | Wedding Dress: Rime Arodaky | Reception Venue: Chateau De Mouillepieds | Make Up: Johan Yvon | Flower Girl Dress: Le Petits Inclassables | Music Cocktail: Mellow | Olivia's Shop: I Love My Kids

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Romantic Swedish Coastal Wedding

I have a confession to make, I’m marrying a Swede, which makes this gorgeous harbor wedding on the Swedish coast an all-time favorite. Photographer Les Productions De La Fabrik beautifully captured the Swedish countryside, the gorgeous white and pink tablescapes and of course, the stunning couple. This wedding is a mix of elegance and simplicity at its finest. You can see all the details here!


From Les Productions De La Fabrik … Céline is French, Carloskar is Swedish and they met 6 years ago in Singapore. After long hesitations between France and Sweden, they finally decided to celebrate their union in the small and magical harbour village Mölle in the South of Sweden.

From The Bride ... The whole idea for the wedding was romantic and shabby chic style with a natural feel. The color scheme was blush pink and light beige. Print material were very important to me, therefore I chose Veronique Deshayes in Paris for the creation of the Save the Date, Wedding invitation, Escort card, Menus… We also created a conversation guides and a map for our guests to be able to discuss as it was a quite international mix of people. The decoration was made out of peonies, ivy leaves and old roses, arranged by the local florist Camilla from Mine Blomster in Höganäs. Camilla and the wedding coordinator Charlotte from CH Bröllop Event worked together on the venue decoration and decided to use as main colors light pink, nude and beige to match with the bridesmaids’ dresses. It took me a long time to decide upon my wedding dress, but finally I chose a custom made dress in laces from Celestina Agostino. The ceremony was held in Grand Hotel Mölle with the 180 degrees view on the harbor and the sea as backdrop. The refined dinner consisted of discovering local food tradition from the Skåne region. We really had our dream wedding and the magical week-end has been pictured by the talented wedding photographer Peggy from Les Productions de la Fabrik. She has been a dream following us throughout the week-end, understanding exactly our personalities and styles. She was always there to catch important moments, though we barely notice her presence. We are very thankful that she managed to keep all the beautiful memories on paper.

Photography: Les Productions De La Fabrik | Event Planner: CH Bröllop Event | Floral Design: Mine Blomster | Wedding Dress: Celestina Agostino | Stationery: Veronique Deshayes | Reception Venue: Grand Hotel Mölle | Bride Shoes: Jimmy Choo

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