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[field title=”The Inspiration”]February 12, 1947 was an international success with the New-look collection. It’s the story of a magical moment that succeeded in launching the Dior legend with mid-calf dresses and skirts.
The Dior silhouette promotes strapless dresses and long, wide, pleated, flowing, skirted skirts under an emphasized bust.
So, the inspiration is Dior, Audrey Hepburn, the ’50s. We can even compare our shoot to Dior’s “Miss Dior” ad.
The idea of Anne-Clothilde from the Hedhera agency was to combine the 50s, Provence and modernity.
The story is simple: a couple on their way to their wedding at Château de Fonscolombe.[/field]
[field title=”Wedding Colors”]Blue, antic pink and white[/field]
[field title=”The Venue”]Château de Fonscolombe is an exceptional venue in the south of France.
Built in the 18th century in the heart of Provence, this magnificent estate belonged to a great family of humanists, the Marquis de Saporta and the Marquis de Fonscolombe.[/field]
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[section title=”The Fashion”]
[field title=”Wedding Gown”]There are three outfits:
The first is a Dior New Look dress by Mademoiselle Rêve (for the arrival at their welcome dinner)
Then we have a modern crop top and flowing pants by L’Amusée Paris (for their departure)
Finally, we have a sophisticated formal gown for an elegant and exceptional look by Galia Lahav.[/field]
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[section title=”The Details”]
[field title=”Florals & Decor”]We chose toile de jouy to illustrate France, purple to represent Provence, the south of France, and rattan to evoke Provence.
The tableware are sophisticated and very frenchy by Joli Bazaar[/field]
[field title=”Favorite Design Element”]Anne-Clothilde (Hedhera) and Véronique Lorre wanted unique, finely-crafted elements :
– The table plan with toile de jouy escort cards, each featuring a flower by Coramour
– Chic, colorful cocktails by Bar Events
– Stationary in Toile de Jouy + bottle of wine and a French baguette personalized with the bride and groom’s logo against a toile de jouy background by Rue Vendôme
– A wonderful, printed wedding cake by Lb cake design
– Musicians (violonist, harpist…) by Sweet feelings[/field]
[field title=”Tips To Pull Off The Look”]Here are some very important tips :
– A scarf in the hair for the 50s
– Sunglasses for mystery and chic
– A sophisticated chignon for the ceremony by Karine Brossard
– Light, flowing fabrics for modernity
– A printed toile de jouy tablecloth
– Shoes in Toile de Jouy by Something Bleu[/field]
[field title=”DIY Moments”][/field]
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Photography: Thomas Audiffren | Cinematography: Jino Agnelli | Wedding Dress: Galia Lahav | Wedding cake: LB Cake Design | Stationery: Rue Vendome | Ceremony Venue: Château de Fonscolombe | Jewelry: Jonida Ripani | Bridal boutique: Metal Flaque Paris | Bride’ shoes: Something Bleu | Bride’s pant: L’amusée Paris | Classic car: Provence Classics | Cocktails & bar: Bar Events | Design & floral: Véronique Lorre | Hair & make up: Karine Brossard | Orchestra: Sweet Feelings Paris | Planning & design: Hedhera | Rentals: Joli Bazaar | Seating plan: Coramour Designer | Suits & tuxedo: Maison Geraci | Vintage dress and second outfit: mademoiselle rêve mariage | Wedding ring: Nion Joaillerie