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During the planning process, Britt Jones drew inspiration from 18th-century France and the charming, timeless interiors of Château Du Grand-Lucé. This fusion of historical influences and contemporary design principles resulted in a space that exudes both sophistication and enduring beauty.
[field title=”Wedding Colors”]To compliment this stunning chateau, it is important to create a color palette that seamlessly aligns with the personality of the property. Blue, soft pinks, orange hues, and strong black accents allowed a great jumping-off point to craft this magical shoot. [/field]
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Château Du Grand-Lucé is a sprawling property situated in the quaint and charming Loire Valley countryside. Its immaculate gardens and exquisite interiors offer the perfect destination for a luxury wedding in France.
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The bride wore two looks, one for the ceremony and one for the reception. The ceremony look was a ruffled dress layered in pearls designed by Dylan Parienty Paris. The secondary look, also designed by Dylan Parienty, was more light and airy with a statement shape to it. It had a bow beaded into the neckline and a train that left everyone speechless.
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The inspiration for the florals from, Les Ephemeres, was to create a seamless transition from the gardens of the château grounds into a style that kept that organic French feel. Each of the blooms utilized looked like they could have been harvested on-site and hand-picked from the garden.
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My favorite design element of the day was the two gorgeous gowns from Dylan Parienty Paris. They were both showstopping pieces that matched the level of drama needed for the gorgeous Château Du Grand-Lucé. The combination of elegance and drama in these gowns elevated the entire event.
[field title=”Tips To Pull Off The Look”]I would recommend really playing off of the architecture, landscaping, and design elements of your venue. Especially when getting married in a French Château, there is so many color palettes to pull from and rich historical heirlooms to play off of for a design. Using it’s already stunning bones and enhancing those can make pure magic.[/field]
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Our stationery artist, Lenka Calligraphy, dedicated her skilled hand to craft a breathtaking front-facing rendering of Chateau du Grand Luce. The result is an exquisite work of art that captures the essence and grandeur of this magnificent chateau.
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Photography: Jayce Keil Photography & Film | Event Planning: Britt Jones Co. | Floral Design: Les Ephemeres | Wedding Dress: Dylan Parienty Paris | Cake: Synies | Stationary: Lenkha Calligraphy | Wedding Venue: Hotel Château du Grand-Lucé | Accessories: Lena Rom | Beauty: Jen Lagers | Flat Lay Mats: Willow Canvas | Linens: Nuage Designs | Rentals: Vaisselle Vintage | event planning assistant: Ammie Marie Weddings