This stunning French Riviera wedding inspiration from Ludovic Film Photographer and stylist D’amour et de Déco is the perfect balance of historical romance and elegance understatements. If French Riviera weddings look this good, you’ll find us on the next flight there…
From stylist D’amour et de Déco: “We are really lucky to work on the French Riviera. It is a dream area for worldwide couples. We have had the opportunity to visit the Château Saint George for a future wedding with Anthéa (from Les demoiselles). We felt in love with this really unique place and it was obvious for us to realize our styled shoot from there. To make the best of it we choose to call out Ludovic Film Photographer.”
“The castle of the 19th century, in Grasse, the city of perfume, is renamed “the Little Versailles of the French Riviera” and is a classified historic monument. This charming and distinguished place has a magic view, it gives the impression of being hung in the sky. The light coming through large windows and the canopy is making the castle simply amazing. By the time we were preparing this styled shoot, we selected a specific color range that fits the canopy. We wanted “elegance” to be spread all over, to be the watchword so choose to do an inside ceremony in front of the majestic windows to appreciate the view.
Plenty of our shooting session are outside ones and we were looking forward to show that we could do different amazing things in wonderful venues on the French Riviera. The bride was wearing a magnificent dress ornamented with a million sequin and a dizzying halterneck from Jesus Peiro at Martine Toledano. Enhancing by a bun made from Les ciseaux de Marie, a jewel made to mesure by Orchidée de Soie and a ring create by Alice Magnin, all the outfit was accordingly in harmony with the style and venue of this shooting session. The groom, was wearing a Hugo Boss costume from Jacky Toledano shop, renowned brand on the French Riviera.
And finally, all the paper mills was made by Graphikkart was hardly thought through and calligraphed to give lightness and finesse to the mood, matching the flowers and greyish watercolors.”
Photographer: Ludovic Film Photographer | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Stylist / Planner: D’amour et de Déco | Floral Designer: D’amour et de Déco | Dress Designer: Jesus Peiro at Martine Toledano | Accessories: Orchidée de Soie | Venue: Château Saint George | Hair & Make-up Artist: Les ciseaux de Marie | Coordination/Planning : Les demoiselles | Stationery: Graphikkart | Jewelry: Alice Magnin | Tableware and rentals: Maison Options | Groom suit: Hugo Boss