Nothing pairs like rococo and roses, and this French art wedding inspiration proves that and more in grandiose scenes of champagne, mauve, artichoke and tuscan red around The Olana. In an impressive collection of efforts from so many incredible local vendors, this styled shoot is giving radiant morning walk through a luxurious mansion garden, so much so that we could swear we were in 18th century France. A solo bride and romantic couple model throughout weddingscapes where every element was soft, petal-like and velvety with touches of metallic from rococo details. Décor from POSH Couture Rentals consisting of gold leaf goblets, beaded ivory damask table linens, rosy napkins and more set the standard for a luxe dining experience. Simultaneously, centerpieces from Lizzie Bee’s Flower Shoppe were comprised of Cappuccino, Quicksand, Sahara and Spray roses while butterfly ranunculus, hellebore and other blooms add diversity and texture to every artful installation. Each element is so unique while carrying the same Baroque undertones, like this exquisite two-tiered cake inspired by François Boucher’s The Triumph of Venus, 1745. With so many thoughtful inclusions, it was only fitting that videographer Alex Adkins Creative was on the scene to capture this French art wedding inspiration in full, moving detail – watch here. Explore it for yourself in the gallery below. Cheers!
Other Local Vendors: Stephanie Michelle Photography, Glitter and Glue Weddings and Events, Styles by Vero, Elizabeth Lee Bridal Boutique, XO cakery, Bella Accento, Mister Tuxedo, Every Little Something