Or it also could be known as : when the wedding photographer get married…
I’ve met Tony several month ahead his wedding, on differents style shoot projects. I really love his work and apparently it's reciprocal.
He talked me about his wedding decoration and showed me some pictures of the venue. It was definitely a wedding I would love to work on.
Magalie and Tony dreamed about an elegant wedding, in pastels hues but not the regular blush-and-white wedding. They also asked me something that fit the countryside location of the venue in a modern way.
That was very interesting for me. The wooden head tables inspired me a lot. And the home-made hexagonal arch too. Tony and his father built it, they were very implicated in the decorations project. I really enjoyed that !
As this wedding wasn’t in my Provence area, it was a bit challenging to manage the whole logistics around it, but it’s definitely the kind of challenges I love!
The day before the wedding I came to Paris, with almost 50kg of vases and accessories in my checked luggage. I’ve already ordered some base flowers at the local flower market. The day of the wedding I woke up energised, pick up my rental car and drove to the flower market where I choose very nice blooms.
And here we are !
Vendors team :
photographe: @jeremie_hkb Videaste: @jinoagnelli Designer floral: @emilyalarconwedding Costume: @empiredumarie Robe: tendancemariagecompiegne Bijoux: @eglantine.creations Montre: @lotus Alliances: @histoiredor Coiffure:krjcoiffure Make up: dsbygwen Domaine: @closdelorangerie Chaussures mariée: @tamaris Chaussure du marié: @clarks DJ: @djslayemo