This romantic wedding inspiration in the Chateau De Nainville Les Roches highlighted the stunning colors of the Château through the designers’ use of white as the dominant color for the shoot. The focus for the day was on creating an atmosphere that was undeniably fashionable, highlighting that elegant and romantic Parisian vibe.
Keep scrolling to see the stunning photography by IS Wedding, featuring planning by Bebono Destination Weddings, florals by L’Atelier d’Olivier, and H&MU courtesy of Maison IBA. There were too many incredible photos to include in this post alone, so make sure to click here for the full gallery of photos, also linked at the bottom of this page!
Monochromatic florals can still be interesting when you play with textures
The floral compositions for the shoot were exclusively composed of flowers chosen for their pure white color: the phaleno orchid was the main flower, accompanied by white roses, thistle, lisuanthus, and peonies. A discreet touch of green throughout was a gentle reminder of the verdant gardens of the Château. To create contrast, the designers chose to incorporate the opposite color in very small touches; for example, the groom’s tuxedo was black to allow the bridal gowns and bouquets to pop.
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Removable bows on the bridal gown created dramatic elegance… and options!
For the shoot, the designers chose to use two modern dresses. The huge removable bows of the first dress won them (and us!) over immediately. The construction of the skirt on the second dress gave both a refined and unique look to the bride. Both looks fit equally in this glamorous setting because both were glamorous in their own ways. At the end of the day, it’s all about the overall look you are going for as the bride!
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