It is in Essone, 40 kilometers from Paris that stands the splendid Château De Nainville les Roches. Recently renovated, the prestigious venue now hosts weddings and high-end events. Wedding photographer Lisa Hoshi, who's behind this editorial, had the opportunity to discover the place, then still under renovation, during a previous shooting. She did not hesitate for long when the opportunity to work again in this fabulous context presented itself. Choreographed by wedding planner Organsa Event and supported by a team of hand-picked wedding vendors, this Bucolic-chic wedding inspiration at the Château de Nainville-Les-Roches successfully combines elegant details and bucolic poetry.
The editorial told by the photographer: At the initiative of the project, I first submitted to the team a mood board emphasizing natural materials such as stone, mother-of-pearl, wood, and linen. We initially looked for a venue dating from the Middle Ages or a fortified castle, to underline this idea of returning to raw materials. However, during the development of this editorial, the opportunity to carry out the project within the castle of Nainville-Les-Roches in Essonne arose. A little over 2 years ago, I had already had the chance with a previous team to discover this fabulous Château, in full renovation at that time. The desire to return there to discover the transformations seduced the vendors.
To be more in keeping with the style of the castle and its new salons adorned with gilding and moldings, the team imagined more feminine, chic, and even bucolic details. Atelier Mimoza has developed an aerial floral arch, a wild bouquet as if freshly cut from a cherry blossom tree, in order to keep this natural and spontaneous spirit.
The final scenography, coordinated by Organsa Event, revealed itself to be an awakening of nature, the arrival of spring in all elegance. Between the dress seeming to come out of a magic blooming garden, and the neutral colors blending with travertine and seashells, the atmosphere leads us towards a poetry of love and fresh flowers, in simplicity.
We then imagined secretly Persephone joining the Earth, but on the arm of a much more tender husband for an elopement.
For the table decoration, we kept organic notes with shells, and a travertine centerpiece to support the flowers, candles, and ceramics. The gold harmonizes with the new upholstery in the small salon and as a bold reminder of the hairstyle and makeup of the bride.
A small glass of champagne borrowed from James Bond, for a chic wink, and our (real) newlyweds were able to relive their beautiful day for a few hours.
V E N D O R S
- Venue: Château De Nainville les Roches
- Wedding planner: Organsa Event
- Photographer: Lisa Hoshi
- Filmmaker: Charaf Wedding Prod
- Floral Designer: Atelier Mimoza Paris
- Stationery: Encres et nuances
- Tableware: Options
- Muah: Mademoiselle Isa Belles
- Wedding dress: Galia Lahav at bridal boutique: Métal Flaque
- Bridal Accessoires: Studio Diana Martins
- Bridal Shoes: Jimmy Choo
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