What an absolutely stunning event today’s French vintage inspired wedding is! Truly dreamy. Mary and Alun were married in the south of France at the gorgeous Chateau De Lartigolle, on Midsummer’s Day.
From Mary, the bride:
“We chose an Art Deco theme as this has always been an era we have associated with classic elegance… I wore a 1930’s inspired wedding dress called “Daphne”, designed by Sarah Janks. The dress, along with my Vivienne Sheriff veil and Polly Edwards headpiece, was all purchased from bridal stockist Les Trois Soeurs. “
“We wanted the ceremony to be as personal as possible. Our lifelong family friend, a Reverend was flown out to France to marry us. My Mother sang during the ceremony, my sister read a poem she wrote for us and my husband’s very close Auntie read words she chose.”
“It really was a stunning fairy-tale French wedding that so many guests have told me was the best they had ever been to.”
I don’t doubt it, this is the kind of wedding where you see the photos and are vaguely, retroactively mad you weren’t invited, even though they are complete strangers. It’s just that lovely! What a beautiful couple, location and day. Simply gorgeous! Click the images below to enlarge, and vendor details are at the bottom of the post.
· Dress – “Daphne” by Sarah Janks
· Veil – “Cassia” by Vivienne Sheriff
· Headpiece – “Artemis” by Polly Edwards
Grooms Suit – October House, London
Bridesmaid Dresses – Monsoon
Flower-girl Dresses – Next
Groomsmen suits – Marks & Spencer
Rings – Eric Ross, Hatton Garden, London