Immersion in the French Art de Vivre

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Exploring French Culture at Nissim de Camondo Museum

In the 17th arrondissement of Paris, the Nissim de Camondo Museum, a hidden gem of French architecture, opens its doors to visitors for the first time. Within this majestic 18th-century mansion, guests come together for a welcome dinner – a celebration of love and unity that embodies the French lifestyle. Laughter fills the air as guests enjoy good food and company amidst beautiful flowers and candlelight. It’s a special evening where art, fashion, and beautiful designs blend seamlessly, showcasing France’s rich history alongside its vibrant modern spirit.

”The French Art de Vivre: It embodies a refined yet laid-back lifestyle, cherishing culture, cuisine, style, and leisure. It treasures elegance, simplicity, and community bonds, valuing shared experiences with loved ones.”


The Art of the Table: A Tribute to Tradition

The focal point of the gathering is a beautiful setup by Maison Fête and Co. Each piece, with its vintage charm, pays homage to the past. The Limoges porcelain dinner set, including dinner plates, appetizer plates, and delicate dessert bowls, adds timeless elegance to the table. Completing the look are silver cutlery and crystal glasses, adding a touch of luxury to the occasion.

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Savoring French Gastronomy with Dalloyau

Guests are treated to delicious French cuisine by Dalloyau. Their culinary creations, blending classic flavors with modern twists, delight the senses and elevate the dining experience. From tasty pastries to savory dishes, each bite showcases the skillful cooking and creativity of Dalloyau’s chefs.

Modern Elegance Meets Classic Sophistication

Every aspect of the evening exudes modern sophistication. Models, dressed in stylish outfits by Tony Ward for women and Maison Geraci for men, strike a balance between classic and contemporary styles. Their beauty reflects timeless elegance with a modern touch, capturing the essence of grace and charm.


Vendors List

Artistic Director: Intimate French Wedding | Photographer: Ayata Studio | Venue: Musee Nissim de Camondo | Floral Designer: Be One Paris | MUAH: Alexia Bigaud Morin | Stationery: Precieux Papier | Flatlay: The Flatlay Design| Catering: Dalloyau Paris | Champagne: Pierre Jouet | Design: Maison Fete et cie | Dresses: Tony Ward Couture| Suits: Maison Geraci | Videographer: Pierre Froget | Consultant: Linda Champenois Design

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