A pretty little wedding in the countryside with an adorable and very chic couple! Everything was organized by Aurélie and Pascal from Jour(s) de fête. Do you remember Aurélie from her super cool wedding with Julien? Well, now she plans wedding too, and she really knows what she’s talking about!
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“We met six years ago, we were friends before we fell in love, and we’ve never left each other since! The lovely proposal was made on one knee in our absolute favorite restaurant in Paris, the very same one where, a few years earlier, although we weren’t yet together, we told each other that we’d be together forever. Our little Louise then arrived, delaying the celebration by a year. But in September 2012, we went head, this time for sure, and the date was set for June 2013!”
Love, joy and fun! Here are the principles that guide the wonderful Chloé, who’s totally addicted to people and to photographing weddings. What gets her out of bed on a Saturday morning? The idea of capturing bursts of laughter, cheeky winks, and stolen kisses from those at the wedding.
Because with Chloé, it’s not a question of posing for hours with your bouquet. Think more along the lines of complicity, spontaneity, and crazy groups of friends…
A true globetrotter, her passport and her belongings are always ready to go! She’s based in the Paris region but she goes wherever beautiful stories take her.
Jour(s) de fête (n.m) (definition): a reunion of family and friends on the occasion of an important event. (translation): a lovely day shared with family and friends, around a couple, a couple in love, a happy couple, a beautiful and carefree day, a day to party… without worrying about anything because Aurélie and Pascal are there!
1 – Look at things in perspective. Now that the wedding has happened and we can look back with hindsight, it’s clear that the big day isn’t the only thing that matters. The months leading up to it are very special: preparing, making decisions, full of family discussions and religious preparation… It’s important to stay close during this whirlwind. We laughed a lot, and stressed a lot too. It brings you together.
2 – Delegate: these days it’s possible to call in the help of extremely lovely and creative organizers, on a very affordable budget. Don’t hesitate to do it! We truly realized the extent of Aurélie and Pascal’s help on the day of the wedding: not only did they do a crazy amount of work to ensure that everything was ready for the big day (and everything really was perfect!), but I also didn’t have to worry about a thing for a single moment all day!
3 – Do what pleases you: sometimes you just have to ignore the comments from those around you (“What? You’re not going to have sugar-coated almonds?”, “What?? You’re not going to wear high heels?”, “What??? You’re going to wear red nail polish on your fingernails???”)
> The location: Château de Liviers
> The photographer: Chloé Lapeyssonnie
> The outfits:
> The caterer: Eric Bernabeu
> Florist: Florazur
> Wedding planner: Jour(s) de Fête
> Tent and lights : AR Events