Today we’re residing at Château de la Bourdaisière for a wedding by Bubblerock. Fête in France did another amazing job at planning such a gorgeous wedding in our beloved France.
There are so many gorgeous little details to this wedding. Don’t even get us started about the beautiful Marchesa dress the bride is wearing. The stationary by Kinship Press looks like it belongs in a fairytale.
This idyllic summer’s day in the French countryside was the perfect setting for Asheton and Freddie’s wedding. The couple met right before Freddie moved to France. Their relationship grew long distance at first, and when seven years later Freddie proposed, it felt like the perfect homage to their early days to have a destination wedding in France.
The song “La Vie en Rose” by Edith Piaf held a special place in their heart and they decided to center their theme and decor around it. A blush gown (bought online by the bride without even trying it on!), soft pale tones for the bride’s bouquet with contrasting burgundy scabiosa, pink roses on their invitations, it all came together for their wedding day.
They chose a beautiful XVth century chateau in the Loire Valley to celebrate their love with their friends and family. The festivities lasted 4 days, with a welcome dinner in the troglodytes caves of the chateau, a rehearsal event in a hotel close by, a pool party in the morning of the wedding day followed by an evening wedding ceremony in the chateau gardens.
The aisle on the garden lawn was created as a walkway lined end-to-end with blooming greenery and wildflowers. The bride’s blush-colored Marchesa gown was a regal sight—and the perfect nod to the Marie Antoinette-themed afterparty that we threw after sunset and fireworks.
La Vie en Rose inspired wedding by Bubblerock Snapshot
Photographer: Bubblerock | Venue: Chateau de la Bourdaisiere | Planner: Fete in France | Catering: Hardouin | Florist: Nivéole Fleuriste | Stationary: Kinship Press | Entertainment: Midnight Avenue | Decoration: Options | Brides Dress: Marchesa | Hair and Make Up: Taylor Heintze, The Brass Bee