Rococo Inspired Spring Wedding Editorial
The editorial follows the return of the Queen's daughter, who has taken a break from the royal life off in the countryside. Her home is an 18th century chateau, Château de Champlâtreux, and it had all the elements of a royal abode. One spring morning, the chateau was to host once again notable politicians, poets, and writers but this time for the marriage of the Queen's daughter. For this spring wedding, we drew inspiration for our colors from Rococo paintings — violets, pale pink, lavender, and peach tones. We imagined an organic and delicate bouquet for the young bride, as if the bride went to her garden and picked it herself that morning. For the ceremony, we didn't want to distract the guests focus from the bride and the beautiful setting so we kept it minimal and let the stunning chateau take center stage as the backdrop. As the young bride and her love said their forever "I do", the celebration moved to an intimate dinner setting behind the chateau where the guests can linger and dine with the view of the majestic park.