Soulmates – Wedding in the South of France
Soulmates – are two people who are meant for each other. This wedding inspiration takes us to the south of France, to Provence. The vineyards, the rocks and the history of the 18th century Château Talaud are symbols of a poetic place to celebrate love. Art, elegance and modernity are the perfect summary of this wedding vision between French lifestyle and tradition.
The color palette with antique pink, white, gold and beige are the perfect combination of “chic à la française” and modernity in an art area with travertine and transparency.
The Wedding Planners from Ele Design & Sphera and Co came up with a summery design in delicate tones that were beautifully brought to life by the team. The bride, Romane, wore a wedding dress by Alma Real. Long puffed sleeves and a cut out back made the loose flowing long dress very special. The bride’s bouquet of large roses in bright colors from Flowdles matched the playful charm of the dress especially well. The groom Gabriel chose a very classic dark suit, with vest and black bow tie. The couple met after dressing in the pretty château to go outside together for the wedding ceremony.
There, in the lovely garden of the château, the ceremony took place in front of an enchanting old fountain made of light-colored stones, typical of French châteaux. To the left and right, two asymmetrical flower arrangements framed it, which Flowdles had of course created to match the design. The four-tier wedding cake by Les Délices de Gladys was modern, simple, in white, decorated with a veil of sugar and real flowers.
The dinner table could also be set up and festively decorated in the garden, weather permitting. Flowers, candles, table linen, guest favors and stationery from Le Grenier de Pauline formed a perfect unity.