For this inspo shoot, wedding planner Justine Huette and photographer Aude a Deux Ailes wanted to design an event that would inspire couples who share their taste for refinement and revelry. Aude’s photographic style is an unique combination of bright, joyful photography and fine art photography style. Justine organizes high-end, elegant, and timeless weddings, so it was natural for her to create a chic universe highlighting bridal couture in a French chateau near Paris.
Keep scrolling to see photography by Aude a Deux Ailes of this over-the-top elegant shoot at Chateau de la Houssiere, featuring planning by Justine Huette, custom stationery by Bonjour Paper, floral design by Veronique Lorre, and a beautiful cake by Wedding Cakes and Co. You won’t want to miss clicking here for the full gallery of photos (also linked at the bottom of this page), especially because there are even more pictures of the bride’s stunning, floor-length Berta dress complete with floral applique, sparkles, and shoulder bows.
A historical venue can be beautifully modern with the right design plan
The aim of this shoot was to bring high fashion to a chateau made up of ancient structures dating back to the 12th century, blending timeless French history with modern bridal couture. Justine and Aude aimed to celebrate contemporary brides who also care for tradition. To emphasize this precise vibe, they chose a white backdrop accented by black details in order to focus on minimalist lines amidst a bright, joyful setting.
Want a glamorous wedding look? It’s all in the accessories and details
The bride, with hair and makeup beautifully done by Widnie Alexis, wore a Berta long couture dress for both the ceremony and dinner. She then changed into a short, festive dress by Milla Nova for cutting the wedding cake. While the dresses were rather minimalist, the accessories were anything but that! Jonidaripani‘s earrings added that pop of drama to the bridal look. The groom wore attire by Rives Paris, and of course both the bride and groom wore sunglasses, letting their fun personalities shine through. Their wedding rings by Atelier Noemie Briand fit the black and white design of the whole shoot, particularly the grey spinel of the engagement ring and the ebony of the groom’s ring.
Reception elegance comes from florals and place-settings that blend seamlessly
Justine Huette designed the wedding table with tableware from Maison Options and Vaisselle Vintage, as well as floral compositions by Veronique Lorre. The aim was to create a stunning frame for dinner, with pure lines and black details to exaggerate the color palette contrast. The wedding cake by Wedding Cakes and Co. followed suit with its airy and uncluttered design. Paying attention to every detail, Bonjour Paper created a delicate custom wedding stationery with a drawing of the venue, Chateau de la Houssiere, which is just a quick 1-hour trip away from Paris.
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