Opulent Florals and Provencial Wedding Style
The minute we laid eyes on these romantic, organic blush blooms against the feminine location of Provence - we were head over heels for today's wedding inspiration from Fine Art Curation member Christophe Serrano. The talented team behind this shoot was inspired by Provence itself, to create this stunning floral celebration. L'art qui pousse blew us away with their lush green and pink color arrangements that looked incredible next to the bride's edgy gowns. To see more from this dreamy day, keep on scrolling...
"Located in the town of Hyères in the South East of France, the Castel Bay estate is a treasure hidden by umbrella pines, the emblem of Provence. With a plunging view of the French Riviera, the Castel bay offers a panoramic view of the sea and its sunset. For this sophisticated editorial, the photographer Christophe Serrano was deeply inspired by this universe, as he has been living in the region for several years now, and he never stops saying: “We have the sea, the sun, the umbrella pines, only the most beautiful?"
Surrounded by her team, composed of Virginie Sellem l’Art qui pousse, floral design, they imagine a floral wall that completely surrounds the bride, as if plunged into the flower, huddled, embraced by the creepers that surround her. This inspiration combines glamour, art, naturalness, with hand-picked flowers, an incredible mix of Garden Roses, Dahlias, Carnations, Proteas and local foliage. Aude Mayeux, wedding dress designer, joined the team and created several outfits, exactly in the original colors. She brought her creative touch with materials such as organza. The table is set with a cascade of flowers, mixing both opulence and naturalness, a tangle of Garden Roses, Carnations, Dahlias, with little foliage. Each plate is decorated and gives way to a menu created by Bonjour Paper. The makeup Marion and Carole the hairdresser le Salon ... have surpassed themselves, with the incredible red hair of Laurene ... accentuated by a few touches of gold on the eyelids."