Good morning French Wedding Style readers, today’s colourful Château de Canon wedding inspiration shoot is sure to brighten your Tuesday!
Chateau de Canon is an 18th-century chateau featuring tree-lined paths, walled gardens, orchards & an ornamental lake. It is situated in Basse, Normandie in the département of Calvados, just 24km from Caen so perfect for those travelling from the south of England by ferry for their destination wedding.
We love the cheery feel to the whole day from the colourful blooms to our favourite detail, the origami touches. We love the idea of the bride and groom creating these origami decorations together during the lead up to the wedding adding a real personal touch to their special day!
“It was a beautiful April morning, in the Château de Canon a mischievous team made of fairies and leprechauns wanted to turn this day into something unforgettable.”
“Alison then created a bun, skilfully ruffled the hair, with the aim of bringing a roguish air to the hairstyle which will be overcome by the crown created by Céline.”
“With their magic wands, Céline Fleuriste Dale and Ophélie of Goodbye Mademoiselle turned some parts of the Château into a coloured setting to welcome Marie and Alexandre, our lovers. Armed with ribbons, rosettes, tassels and brightly coloured fabrics, Ophélie performed three atmospheres.”
“Céline chose brilliant flowers which sublimated the decoration. By her fairy’s hands, she made several bouquets in multicoloured and incomplete vases as well as a flower crown and a magnificent bride’s bouquet which was entangled with pink Fuchsias, Hydrangeas, yellow and orange Buttercups, Marguerite”
“In agreement with Nada of La Mariée Capricieuse, we chose for Marie an ivory laced dress with delicate details such as buttons on the back and fine ribbons enclosing the marked size of our “bride”.”
“The grooms outfit came from Father and Sounds and the attractive blue colour emphasised his eyes. To tie his outfit in with the colours of his beautiful girl and bring a touch of originality, we added to his costume a Fuchsia bow tie.”
“Audrey, Christophe and a funny flying bird called a drone followed Marie and Alexandre in the reception hall of the castle, then in the Chinese detached house and in the orangery to end with a garden in which had been laid the table of the bridegrooms.”
For even more from today’s colourful Château de Canon wedding inspiration shoot check out this lovely film created by Icompo…
Ceremony Venue: Château de Canon | Photographer: Audrey Guyon | Videographer: Icompo | Brides Dress: La Mariée Capricieuse | Hair and Make Up: L’Atelier d’Alison | Grooms Outfit: Father and Sons | Florist: Maison Dale | Decoration: Goodbye Mademoiselle | Entertainment: Norman Music