French chic in the château


In the heart of the French countryside lies the Château de la Cazine, a small jewel from the 18th century. Lovingly restored by its owners over the years, it overlooks a beautiful green valley that conveys peace and serenity from another time. The Château has immaculate salons, imposing fireplaces, a beautiful staircase and a “Coco Chanel Suite” whose name inspired Héloïse from So H élo. The couture spirit of the chateau immediately led them to gather a talented team to bring to life a luxurious editorial featuring these couture notes.

Photographer Vivien Malagnat captured in his images his sensual vision of these precious moments. Sandy Cluzaud, the videographer, brought her feminine style and artistic vision to the story.

They started this editorial shoot in a subdued and intimate atmosphere in one of the rooms of the castle, where Charlotte, the pretty bride, wore a delicate lingerie made of Calais lace, custom-made by Maison Jeanne Young. Charlotte’s natural beauty was showcased by Affinité Beauté. With sophisticated makeup and both open and upswept hairstyles, the bride showed herself as a glamorous and confident bride throughout the day.
Charlotte then wore two beautiful dresses by Eva Lendel from the boutique Cousu de Fil Blanc and jewelry and accessories by So Hélo.

Crystals, freshwater pearls and silk flowers made up the jewelry, which was also specially made for this editorial in a couture style. The lush tulle and lace dress with plunging neckline gave way to a glamorous gown complemented with a lush lace headband embroidered with pearls and crystals. To complete these beautiful scenes the team came up with, Charlotte Boudreaux Design set a lovely table for two in an intimate living room. With spring flowers arriving with the warm weather, neutral tones were chosen for both the floral design and the table decorations: A monochromatic white to signify purity, as well as a few black accents that created an elegant and sophisticated ambiance. Table details like the luxurious handmade stationery by Insieme Créations with its couture and fine art style and the precious Limoges china by Jacques Pergay perfectly matched the atmosphere. A wonderful place to highlight the airy and elegant wedding cake from Chloebelles’s Cakes, with a floral touch and a delicate black silk ribbon. The day could only end with a glass of champagne at the bar of the château with its art deco touch. Grace and elegance, an ode to French chic.

Creative direction: So Hélo
Photography: Vivien Malagnat
Videography: Sandy Cluzaud
Wedding dresses: Cousu de Fil Blanc
Lingerie: Maison Jeanne Young
Jewelry & Headpieces: So Hélo
Make Up & Hair: Affinité Beauté
Flowers: Charlotte Boudreaux Design
Stationery: Insieme Créations
Tableware: Jacques Pergay
Wedding cake: Chloebelles’s Cakes
Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes
Location: Château de la Cazine


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