View Posts By:




Charming France Destination Wedding

Just imagine, escaping to the Talloires, France and vowing forever with the one you love, incredible scenery and all. That’s exactly what Kat and Sam’s wedding looked like, and BrittRene Photo captured as the entire adventure.


From BrittRene PhotoIf France wasn’t already an ideal place to get married, Kat and Sam chose Talloires because it was where their romance began. And I was lucky enough to capture it all!

“After a weekend watching the final of the Tour de France in Paris together we decided 2 days wasn’t enough and extended the trip by jumping on a train to join a family holiday in the Alps. After a few days of hiking and canyoning in the mountains we cycled down to the lake which is where the romance blossomed with a kiss on Lake Annecy just a few 100 meters from the wedding venue.”

Vault CTA

Vault CTA

Photography: Brittrene Photo | Coordination: Majenia | Floral Design: Cote Naturel | Wedding Dress: Caroline Castigliano | Invitations: Bad Cass France | Bride's Shoes: John Lewis | Jewelry: Mikimoto | Jewelry: Lauren York | Rings: Tiffany & Co. | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Anne Blanchard Bridal Wear | Hair + Makeup: Alice Wright | Band: Four Kicks | Venue: Abbaye De Talloires | Cake + Desserts: Philippe Rigollot | Jazz Band: Circle Trio

A Glamorous Wedding Inspiration in the City of Lights

There’s something about Paris that pulls at our heart strings and thankfully Loli Events and Sylvie Gil Photography agree. Creating and capturing beauty in the city of lights, this is one imaculate inspiration that you’re sure to go mad(eleine) for. See it all in The Vault!

From Loli EventsParis overflows with historical monuments and epic love stories. That is why the city of lights attracts couples from all around the world every year to celebrate love!

One of our favorite venues is the beautiful Pavillon de Musique de la Comtesse du Barry. Located right outside Paris, it is the perfect combination of intimate gardens and historical interiors. And wait until you read about the love story behind it…

After the passing of his latest wife, the King Louis XV was introduced to Jeanne, the countess of Barry and fell in love with her kindness, beauty and generosity. Jeanne received a refined education that awakened her to the Fine Arts and music. Tall and elegant, this lovely blond with a clear complexion and sparkling blue eyes full of intelligence and fineness was what we call, here at Loli Events, our kind of lady!

In 1769, Louis XV offered Jeanne the Pavillon des Eaux in Louveciennes (Luciennes at that time). Finding it a little too small for her receptions, the countess of Barry easily obtained from her madly-in-love King, the authorization to construct a little pavillon so she could decently receive her guests. The plans were entrusted to a young architect, Claude-Nicolas Ledoux.

Keeping in mind Jeanne’s love for receptions, we envisioned this styled shoot to have a romantic touch and an iconic Parisian fashion feel for a lovely and intimate dinner.

With her expert eye, the very talented Sylvie Gil captured all the details that make this venue so special. Meanwhile, the Lily Paloma team worked their magic once again to create an amazing composition that brought a natural and summery atmosphere in the room.

With the help of Vaisselle Vintage rentals and the couture gowns from Loho Bride, we were able to capture a perfect mix of luxurious antique-chic vibes.

This is how we imagined a modern Jeanne, in her Pavillon, throwing a private dinner on a very special summer day.

Vault CTA

Vault CTA

Photography: Sylvie Gil Photography | Floral Design: Lily Paloma | Wedding Dress: Cortana | Wedding Dress: Houghton Bride | Wedding Dress: Camilla Christine | Cake: Synies | Invitations: La Belle Histoire | Bride's Shoes: Bella Belle | Jewelry: Bekah Anne | Rings: Trumpet & Horn | Hair + Makeup: Trine Juel | Accessories: Styled By Two's Company | Bridal Boutique: LOHO Bride | Rentals: Vaisselle Vintage | Ring Boxes: The Mrs Box | Stylist: Loli Events

A Farewell Brunch Complete With A Wine Van

If you’re going to have a destination wedding in the south of France, you better make a weekend out of it and you better have Greg Finck there to capture every magical moment. We had the glamorous wedding of Natalie and Joon this morning and now we’re relaxing with their farewell brunch the morning after. Inspired by the Provencal Market, it was filled with fruits and vegetables and a rosé wine van – ladies and gents, Provence really is paradise. See it all this way!

From Greg FinckThis is Natalie and Joon’s farewell brunch inspired by a Provencal Market.

I must say this brunch was one of a kind. Lavender and Rose Weddings did a perfect job with floral design Miss Rose by Perrine, to recreate the ambiance of a Provence Market. There were massive displays of French organic fruits and vegetables: watermelon, melon, figs, organic tomatoes, you name it!

How cute was this wine van brought my Mirabeau Wine? Mirabeau is a Provence rosé, whose winery is just next to Château de Robernier, which was the venue of the day. Too cute!

The tables were beautifully designed with lemons, and the nice stationeries from Zenadia Design, which presented Natalie and Joon’s favorite recipes, amongst which olive tapenade…Yummy!

Natalie looked gorgeous in her Self-Portrait dress, and this was the perfect backdrop to thank the guests who had traveled from all around the world for her wedding!

Vault CTA

Vault CTA

Photography: Greg Finck Photography | Event Planning + Design: Lavender&Rose Weddings | Stationery: Zenadia Design | Catering: L'Eveil des Papilles | Calligraphy: Calligraphy Katrina | Bride's Dress: Elie Saab | Floral Design + Decor: Miss Rose By Perrine | Location: Chateau De Robernier | Wine Van: Mirabeau en Provence Wine

These Vendors are members of our Little Black Book.
For membership information, click here