The history: A romantic wedding in a historic castle in the French countryside for the classic couple. Embedded in pretty pastel colors, cascading flowers and filled with natural light, this is one for lovers of art, culture and all those pretty things.
The site: Château de Frœschwiller was built in 1890 and is located in the Bas-Rhin, Alsace Region of France. Both inside and outside, the design is characteristic of the glamor that we associate with classic European architecture.
The atmosphere: Some long for grand, bold and dazzling ceremonies. Other brides dream of a beautiful, timeless occasion that will make them feel like a princess from a picture book. This ceremony is definitely one for the latter type of bride. It offers an uncompromising, classically French vintage style, and we can’t get enough of it.
The details: This kind of detailing takes your breath away. The idea of this design was to create a modern antique ambience for glamorous brides who are not into glamor and sequins. The size of the place has been combined with pure and simple flowers and decor. The color palette has been kept minimal and inspired by the historic venue.
- Don’t spoil the magic of the room by overdoing it. If your space is great, go for simple decor elements.
- Instead of a dense floral decoration, the use of fewer and more distinctive flowers makes for a tasteful, modern finish.
- The living room of the venue was used as a common room. This kept the bride and groom at the center of the activity and easily accessible to all of their guests.
Planner: Nice instans // Photographer: Olive wedding // Videographer: Buushiigraphy // Florist: Maison Noce Blanche // Decor and furniture rental: Grenier Vintage // Hair & Make Up: Taga beauty // Bridal fashion: Eli and Ems // Men’s clothing: Harry Brown London // Location: Château de Frœschwiller // Model: Lisa Fischer