The floral decoration is an important facet of the wedding scenography. I am not only talkingthe bridal bouquet, but also and above all about the compositions that will illuminate your ceremony setting, your reception and/or your wedding dinner. The know-how of the floral designer is therefore crucial to bring your expectations to life, to imagine organic decorations that will sublimate your D-Day. This editorial realized at the end of Capucine Atelier Floral workshop, is a breathtaking demonstration of the skill and abilities that can be expected from a "fine art" wedding florist. A talented artistic team who knew how to create a clever balance between delicacy and abundance captured by the wedding photographer Julia Rapp and videographer 3 Petits Points Films.
The editorial narrated by the team:
We wanted to put flowers in the spotlight and bring lush nature indoors at the same time sophisticated and natural, able to inspire both the romantic bride and the 'fashion' bride.
Our guiding threads: the living, almost intoxicating explosion of nature emerging from its long winter sleep and this color combining shades of purple and blues with warmer tones of yellow. Naomi's creations from Pen to Paper, is a lovely start with this floral wedding stationery all in transparency. Like an invitation to daydream and escape, the ceremony was imagined as an enchanted and romantic interlude. Cécile, from Capucine Atelier Floral surrounded by all the participants in the Workshop, knew how to create this flowery setting which welcomed our bride in a sophisticated first look all in voluptuousness with this diaphanous dress from Costarellos. Cécile has created for the occasion a sophisticated bouquet full of textures and delicacy.
A table decoration designed like a flower path
The talented Fen from MonAnnie Cake has done precious and original work with the creation of a flowery cake, hundreds of sugar flowers blending in with the real flowers in our decor. Inspired by the flowering undergrowth at the start of Spring, our indoor table has been designed like a flowery path full of mystery. Here again, we wanted to find the right balance between lightness, with this poetic aerial suspension, and abundance, with this luxuriant table, all in motion, where the fragile flower thrives in complete freedom. Our bride sports a fresh and sparkling look for dinner, thanks to Widnie Alexis work, and this magnificent dress all in embroidery, both elegant and retro, from Costarellos Bridal, combined with pretty shoes from Something Blue.
V E N D O R S
- Atelier, Floral design & Planning: Capucine Atelier Floral assistant: Atelier BomDia
- Speakers: Capucine Atelier Floral | Julia Rapp | Intens’ Events Weddings | Wedding Bloom
- Photographer: Julia Rapp
- Event Design & Planning: Intens’ Events Weddings
- Cinematography: 3 Petits Points Films
- Wedding Gowns: Costarellos
- Muah: Widnie Alexis
- Wedding Shoes: Something Bleu
- Ring: Lalique
- Stationery: Pen to Paper
- Silk ribbons & napkins: Cfleurs Design
- Cake: MonAnnie Cake
- Tabletop: Madame de la Maison
- Rentals: Clauday Evénements
- Candles: Ester & Erik
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