Lavender Bastide de Gordes Wedding Inspiration

Lavender Wedding Inspiration

Hello lovelies, we are nearing the end of this week so we thought what better time to share this lavender Bastide de Gordes wedding inspiration. Who doesn’t love a lavender field shoot… they just ooze romance and with a gorgeous Laure de Sagazan bridal suit and the stunning Provence light it truly was a magical combination.

The shoot included some very talented wedding suppliers including florist Jaune Pivone and wedding planner Lyloo & Maloe. Our favourite detail has to be the 1950’s inspired Delphine Manivet gown, it reminds us of the iconic movie star Audrey Hepburn (you’ll know exactly what we mean when you scroll through these beautiful images).

The whole shoot was set in a sweet historic village called Gordes and as you’ll see from these images captured by Cecile Creiche it’s picture perfect. It faces the spectacular Luberon mountains and is known as one of the most beautiful villages in France. It is one of the most sought after places to visit in Provence. Are you ready for your visit? If so we’ll pass you over to wedding planners Lyloo & Maloe who will be walking us through this Bastide de Gordes Wedding…Gordes wedding

“I fell in love with Provence a few years ago… I was living in Paris at the time, and I spent a few days near Gordes, a beautiful village surrounded by lavender fields and breathtaking natural landscapes.” simple and elegant wedding invite south of france holiday bridal preparations simple wedding ring design Make up artist south of france south of france wedding venue

“When you walk in the village, you can actually smell the lavender and everything there seems magical: from the old houses to the ancient olive trees… The time seems to stand still and you can’t go there without falling in love with the entire place…” whisky bar tea length wedding dress Jaune Pivone florist Delphine Manivet audrey hepburn dress inspiration 1950s inspired wedding dress south of france venue

“So when I met the event manager from the Bastide de Gordes last spring, a luxury venue located in the center of this fabulous village I knew I had to gather an amazing team to organise a shoot in this dreamy location… Indeed, La Bastide de Gordes is not only a gorgeous hotel, one of the best French chefs has a restaurant there, and the whole place is unique, romantic and quite remarkable.” olive bar wedding wedding food intimate wedding dinner deep purple wedding theme simple wedding decor chic wedding dress

“When preparing the photo shoot, we had in mind a very strong and independent women (such as Inès de la Fressange, who is a symbol of french elegance) so we didn’t want our model to wear a typical princess dress (even though we love them, we were looking for something more original, and stylish).” stylish bridal style Gordes lavender Bastide de Gordes Wedding

“We eventually choose two very different outfits created by two talented french designers: a very elegant wedding jumpsuit design by Laure de Sagazan and a gorgeous wedding swing dress designed by Delphine Manivet.” south of france lavender fields Laure de Sagazan Bridal suit

“Obviously, our main purpose was also to respect the glamorous style of the venue, but we also wanted to highlight the local specialties of Provence (such as Olive Oil, Tapenade, Lavender…) and put forward the bride’s entire day (from the getting ready to the reception on the top of the superb terrace) to show the world that Provence is the perfect place to get married!” Laure de Sagazan backless wedding suit

For even more Provence wedding inspiration check out our guide to your destination wedding in Provence. 

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Wedding Vendors

Venue: Bastide de GordesPlanning/Event: Lyloo & MaloePhotographer: Cecile CreicheBridal Gown: Delphine ManivetBridal Suit: Laure de SagazanMake Up Artist: Virginie DebourgWedding Shoes: Patricia BlanchetWedding Rings: Pulp JewelsFlowers: Jaune PivoinePaper Goods: Save the DateModel: Eulalie Soulie

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