Fine art and modern haute couture Editorial in Paris

 

 

Paris, eternal and surprising, magical, sometimes mysterious. For many it is not only the city of love, art and chansons but also one of the most beautiful cities in the world with all its tranquil squares and metropolitan charm.

Sandrine Rosette from Organsa Wedding Planner Paris was also inspired by this vibrant city to create a modern and exquisite editorial. We are impressed by her stylish concept that captivates us with glamour, stylishly designed details and a radiant bride and groom.

Fine art photographer Christophe Serrano wows us with his expressive images, combining documentary and artistic styles with a fashionable touch.

From Sandrine Rosette  von Organsa Wedding Planner Paris: “This style shoot begins in a beautiful Haussmannian building with a breathtaking view on our wonderful Eiffel Tower.

We chose to start the day in a boudoir atmosphere, where Serena, our beautiful bride to be, wears some pretty La Perla lingerie mixing silk and embroidery for her getting ready.

Lulled in an intimate and relaxing moment, Serena’s natural beauty is enhanced by the know-how of Beauty by Maeva and L’artiste Qui Peint, with sophisticated and glamorous makeup and natural curls.

In order to highlight the beautiful city of Paris, Serena & Killian, our bride and groom to be, meet on the famous Alexandre III Bridge, for a moment out of time. Serena is dressed in a sumptuous haute couture gown by Oksana Mukha. This daring dress, underlined by a subtle train, offers a translucent effect with its pearly Chantilly lace and its delicate silk tulle. The emphasis is put on this designer’s piece as well as its matching accessories. The engagement ring and diamond earrings from our prestigious craftsman Le Joaillier du Marais and the shoes from Bella Belle Shoes bring a unique elegance.

However, Paris is not only made of iconic buildings. We chose the Pré Catelan, situated in the Bois de Boulogne as the venue for this Haute Couture 2.1 editorial shoot, for its green setting, its elegant Napoleon III pavilion and its reception rooms bathed in light. As far as the color palette is concerned, we opted for neutral tones: a monochrome of white as a sign of purity, as well as a few touches of black that bring us into an environment of elegance and refinement.

Christophe Serrano, the photographer, worked as a team with Pierre & Julia, the filmmakers, to highlight each delicate and single detail so as to lead the way for a fine art and poetic atmosphere: from the subtle floral compositions, to the symphonic orchestra, passing by the luxurious dresses adorned with lace, each element was designed to convey fineness.

Exquisite decor was our main guideline for the ceremony location and the reception dinner taking place in this historical building where the exceptional floral compositions made by Kahina Events offer a unique decor mixing roses and lush flowers. The table is dressed with some gorgeous tableware by Maison Options and minimalist stationery by Crème de Papier, blending in order to evoke delicacy and transparency. The final touch of this reception dinner was the pure white Wedding cake deliciously made by La Maison Lenôtre decorated with delightful flowers.

To conclude this beautiful scenery, our dazzling mixed couple, symbol of modernity, carries us away in a burst of love through a magnificent dance, accompanied by the Ivana String Quartet, in this majestic Versailles salon: the salon les Honneurs.”

 

 

 

 

 

Wedding Planner: Organsa Wedding Planner Paris
Photographer: Christophe Serrano
Floral Design: Kahina Events
Cinematography: Pierre & Julia
Lingerie: La Perla
Wedding Dress: Oksana Mukha
Groom’s Attire: L’instant Costume
Cake design: La Maison Lenôtre
Wedding Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes 
Weddings Rings: Le Joaillier du Marais
Jewelry and Accessories: Amarnam Accessories
Beauty: Beauty by Maeva 
Hairdresser: L’artiste Qui Peint 
Stationery: Crème de Papier
Rentals: Maison Options
Musician: Ivana String Quartet

 

 

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