The Perfect Parisian Elopement in Mauve and Neutral Tones
November 13, 2018
Sweet, sweet Paris. Doesn't she just get lovelier as time goes on? That is precisely why Paris ranks as one of the top dream wedding locations for couples around the world and today, Sophie Kaye Photography and Avec Weddings & Events show us how it's done! Pretty blush and mauve tones, one EPIC sheer Eisen Stein gown, and the most feminine, marvelous blooms by Floraison? Pretty much my elopement playground...
The delicate embellishments on the Eisen Stein gowns added the perfect amount of whimsy to this Parisian look. The deep-v trend is in high order for the 2019 bridal season and I was thrilled to see it styled so beautifully here...
Do I sound like a broken record? Because I'm going to say it again... my favorite color palette is this dusty rose/mauve color mixed with subtle blue tones. SO refreshing.
If you're a bride-to-be and you think a smaller guest list means sacrificing style? Think again. Look at these straight up perfect details!
From Avec Weddings & Events... The saying goes, "Paris is for lovers". Couples from all over the world come to Paris to celebrate their love. However, the sentiment is not exclusive to only new couples. Vow renewals are becoming more and more popular as many couples wish to relive their wedding celebration in a city that signifies romance, art and above all things... Love.

Caroline and Olivier decided to mark the occasion of celebrating their 10 years of marriage with a romantic walk along the River Seine after they privately re exchanged their vows. An intimate dinner in a secret location surrounded by beautiful blooms followed and was topped off with cake and champagne! The inspiration behind the design of their celebration was where old world tradition meets romantic modernity. We wanted design elements that were not only beautiful but that told a story ... Their story. We also chose materials with texture in order to represent the commitment, happy memories and love that their marriage has sustained.

Their dinner menu and other paperie was sketched on handmade paper to represent their first year of marriage, the traditional first anniversary gift. The silk ribbons that adorned the bouquet and the linen napkins and tablecloth that dressed the table were chosen to represent their 4th anniversary as husband as wife. Hand crafted ceramic dishes were chosen to represent their 9th year of marriage and were paired with vintage stemware and flatware. Even the cake had an ornate textural design. For her original wedding bouquet, the bride had bright pink blooms. Different hues of pink including more mature shades were chosen for this design in order to represent the couple's modern romance while serving as a touching throwback to the couple's wedding day.
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