The styled shoot combines the talents of wedding photographer Valéry Villard, wedding planners J’ai Deux Amours and wedding florist Bucolique by Marina to create this amazing floristry inspired styled shoot. If you are a bride who loves her flowers you will adore this botanical theme. Not only is the use of flowers inspiring but seeing so many different varieties included is wonderful.
Our bride looked equally stunning in her Jeanne Source wedding dress coupled with a gorgeous relaxed updo and hair accessory by Emilie Gerbaud and So Helo. Add to her look a statement necklace and earrings from Aurélie Guillemain and you have the perfect vintage look.
With that said we shall now pass you over to photographer Valéry Villard who will be taking us through today’s floral inspired Provence wedding inspiration…
“I had the pleasure to be featured on your beautiful blog last year and I’am eager to present you a new styled shoot I did in Provence my homeland.”
“However, before presenting you the pictures of this editorial, which I had for a long time, I must tell you the idea behind the project.”
“I really love flowers, as much as I love photography and I am fascinated by the atmosphere of some “unique” florist boutiques overloaded with flowers, old jars, zinc antiquities, hand drawn flower illustrations, and rustic tools. This kind of place does not leave me indifferent, to the point of having the idea to marry this atmosphere so particular to the “wedding world”. It seems to me that the mixture is quite interesting.”
“To set the scene of my editorial I needed to reproduce this specific atmosphere but I did not want a real green house, but something more romantic with a slight English/shabby touch. What’s better for that than a glass room with a subtle art deco/art nouveau touch?”
“The glass room of the Chateau de la Beaumetane in Provence, with its stained glass, is the perfect fit for this. We transformed this place to put in a real botanical workshop with every tool we could imagine to give this mysterious and fascinating aura.”
“I also really really love craftsmanship, and I wanted a florist bride, doing herself her own bouquet, selecting, cutting, and composing with the flowers of the workshop. Seeing the hands move to create a unique work.”
“Flowers are the center piece of this editorial, and you’ll find some in every single detail: For example the stationery is based on a hand drawn flower illustration declined in several variants. Or the wedding band which is a pretty big flower hand sculpted and mounted on a ring. You’ll see a lot of flowers in this editorial and I hope you’ll like it because it’s an editorial for all flower lovers 😉”
For even more from this pretty wedding editorial check out this film created by videographer SJ Studio…ARVE Error: Invalid URL
Floral Inspired Provence Wedding Inspiration Snapshot
Venue: Chateau de la Beaumetane | Photographer: Valéry Villard | Videographer: SJ Studio | Planner: J’ai Deux Amours | Wedding Dress: Jeanne Source | Hair: Emilie Gerbaud | Make Up: G Make Up | Accessories: Aurélie Guillemain | Accessories: So Helo | Florist: Bucolique by Marina | Grooms Outfit: Atelier Jeannot | Stationery: Atelier Preszburger | Cakes: Make Me A Cake | Decoration: Le Bazar de Rêve by Véronique