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Warm-hued ocean coral provided the inspiration for this romantic Costa Rican photo shoot. Perched along a hillside overlooking Tamarindo’s bay, Casa Puros Dieces gave the team—Tropical Occasions and Emily March Photography—a modern and minimalist space to highlight the organic hues of deep orange and rusty red and local beach combed shell inspiration. ArtFlower created stunning textural arrangements and Alexis Aguero nailed it with the letterpress calligraphy in a rusty hue that feels incredibly fresh and current. Emily March Photography was behind the lens to perfectly capture all the lovely inspiration.

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Photo by Emily March Photography // www.emilymarchphotography.com

Photo by Emily March Photography // www.emilymarchphotography.com

Photo by Emily March Photography // www.emilymarchphotography.comPhoto by Emily March Photography // www.emilymarchphotography.comPhotography + Design: Emily March Photography // Planning + Design: Tropical Occasions // Florals: ArtFlower // Calligraphy + Paper Goods: Alexis Aguero // Venue: Casa Puros Dieces via Stay in Tamarindo // Plates and flatware: Eventos Artesanos // Glassware: Costa Mesa // Hair & Makeup: Nadia Cambronero of Hathor Spa // Jewelry: EKArt Jewelry // Wedding Dress: Lulus // Linens: Pier 1 // Film Processing: PhotoVision

 

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Tuscany is one of the most popular elopement destinations in Italy. Most couples marry during the summer months, but the fall season has its own advantages, namely in the lack of crowds and tourists, but also the beautiful colors of the landscape. Weddings in Tuscany designed this stunning shoot at Villa Catignano to celebrate the visual potential of an autumn Italian elopement incorporating the palette of the season with browns and neutrals, along with shades of red from the vineyards and the foliage, lilac and pastel for the sunset and bright greens found throughout Tuscany. Heaven Flowers created the lovely florals, Sprekelmann lended her talented hand with the calligraphy and Esther and Gabe Fine Art Photography captured it all in these dreamy images.

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Photographer: Esther and Gabe Fine Art Photography // Planning + Design: Weddings in Tuscany By Chiara Sernesi // Flowers and Decoration: Heaven Flowers // Calligrapher, Paper Beauties: Sprekelmann // Venue: Villa Catignano // Bride’s Dress: Marianna Lanzilli // Headband: Guineviere Vines // Hair and Makeup: Mauro Vitali // Suit: Area2 Rezzonico // Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes

 

 

The romantic, elegant and delicate atmosphere of Château Ernest provided planners Oui Cocotte with all the inspiration for this shoot. Floral design was by La Lettre à Elise Events with stationery by Callyane and cakes by La boite à douceurs par Laura. We love the old world elegance accented with a bright and cheery color palette all captured by Jonathan Udot Photography.

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Shooting Chateau Ernest from OneDay Wedding Clip on Vimeo.

Photographer: Jonathan Udot Photography // Wedding Planner and Design: Oui Cocotte // Floral design: La Lettre à Elise Events // Stationery: Callyane // Venue: Château Ernest // Videographer: One Day Wedding Clip // Wedding Dress: Christina Sfez // Hair accessories: Ziz & Clo // Groom suit and accessories: Blandin & Delloye // Wedding Rings: Pérouse Paris // Makeup: Salon Jolie Môme // Hairdresser: le 83 // Furniture: Maison Options // Table Linen and Crockery: Bleu jasmin // Ceramic Plates: Melina Céramique // Crystal Glasses: Cristallerie Saint Louis // Cake Designer: La boite à douceurs par Laura // Models: Lise et Mathieu

 

Helaina Storey Wedding Design developed the concept for this Organic Chateau Love Story based around the authentic French setting of Chateau de Redon. It’s a mix of  rustic-chic and luxurious, contemporary, high-end interiors. Opting for a palette of stony neutrals and pale, dusky greys, the team incorporated different textures in the stationery by Bureau Design, ribbons by Kate Cullen and gowns from Luna Bride. We’re especially loving the abundant floral installations and greenery from BloomologieAnneli Marinovich Photography was behind the lens capturing all the details in these fine art images.

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From the stylist : It was absolutely key that the editorial be as authentic as possible and work seamlessly within its surroundings. The natural chemistry of our ‘couple’ played the perfect part in achieving this, along with most of the foliage being foraged from within the extensive, beautiful grounds of Chateau de Redon.

Our bride wore two stunning clean and crisp designs by Luna Bride, both encapsulating the minimalist vibe of the shoot and reflecting the modern, luxe interiors, along with natural, understated makeup and tousled, laid-back locks, styled by AMM Team.

A full stationery suite by Bureau Design also followed our theme of raw, elegant simplicity and our stand out features were Bloomologie’s spectacular floral arch, pampas grass ceremony altar and the most incredible, wild and natural green and white piece for Redon’s glorious winding staircase.

The outdoor tablescape was designed to work in juxtaposition with its backdrop and included modern, grey masters chairs from Wedhead London and concrete candlestick holders with simple tableware and natural, unstructured blooms for color and texture. Blossom and Crumb’s perfectly pared-back cake design was styled with fruits and foliage from the grounds, in keeping with and inspired by the rest of our organic and authentic concept.

The narrative was a sweet, simple and natural, intimate destination wedding in a contemporary, rustic, boutique setting with stunning views across the Dordogne, France. Chateau de Redon creates the utterly perfect ambience for this.

Photography: Anneli Marinovich Photography // Planning + Styling: Helaina Storey Wedding Design // Floral Design: Bloomologie // Stationery: Bureau Design // Venue: Chateau de Redon // Gowns: Luna Bride // HMUA: AMM Team // Cake Design: Blossom and Crumb // Furniture: Wedhead London // Linen & Silk Ribbon: Kate Cullen // Bridal Shoes: Freya Rose London // Ring: London Victorian Ring Co // Ring Box: The Mrs. Box // Lingerie & Garter: Pompadour Lingerie // Lingerie: ASOS // Groom’s Attire: Stephen Bishop Suiting // Models: Model Management (Florence & Max)

 

Planner Gabby of Banks & Leaf and photographer Lisa O Dwyer came together at Ireland’s historic Gloster House to produce this breathtaking inspiration shoot. The estate of the venue is stunning with old-world architecture and landscapes while the moody glam of the details give it a fresh, romantic tone. Rose-centric florals by Dash Caffrey are gathered and gorgeous, Lenka Calligraphy updates classic calligraphy with bold colors and whimsical lettering, and Cupcakes and Counting steals the show with a spectacular three-tiered black cake with gold leafing and decadent sugar roses. Check out the romantic inspiration story and these gorgeous Lisa O Dwyer below.

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The story of this inspiration shoot is of a beautiful red-haired Irish girl who lives in a very classical romantic country house in the countryside. She falls in love with a city-boy from Dublin. She shows him the beauty of the Irish countryside and the classical beauty of the house where she grew up. She envisions two looks for her wedding.

In the first look with a gold silk dress from House of Delphine (a French designer living in County Kerry), she is the Irish Queen Maebh. The meaning of the Irish of her name is “she who intoxicates” or “mead woman” (mead is the Celtic honey-wine which is the origin of the word “honeymoon”). Her crystal crown is from Gems & Bones. Her bouquet has tones of copper and autumn, foraged around the florist’s property in County Cavan.

The second look that the bride envisions is classic and timeless, a white lace dress and veil by House of Delphine. The lace reminds her of her ancestors and the legacy of her family and Irish lace-making. Her bouquet is lush with tones of red. The red reminds her that winter is coming and that the red berries of the rowan tree and holly will be decorating the Irish landscape.

The dinner will be set for the wedding inside her home at Gloster House. She loves the dark richness of the centuries-old family table for the wedding meal. She has a dark cake with handmade sugar flowers by Cup Cakes and Counting. Her stationery is in navy, cream, crimson, and gold by Lenka Calligraphy. Her family heirlooms play a part in the dinner setting…she is home for now.

Photographer: Lisa O Dwyer // Stylist / Planner: Banks & Leaf // Floral Designer: Dash Caffrey // Stationery: Lenka Calligraphy // Venue: Gloster House // Film Lab: Boutique Film Lab // Dress Designer: House of Delphine // Cake Designer: Cupcakes and Counting // Quartz Crowns: Etsy  // Makeup: Beth W Makeup // Hair: Michaella OHalloran