Surely you’ve already heard us talking about Delphine and Aymeric’s wedding, with their scratch off save the date which has really done the rounds on Pinterest. It was such a cool idea from Delphine and it’s obviously really inspired you (we received so many messages!). And then I’ve also followed from afar some of Delphiné’s preparations that she’s sent me, which was also very cool.
She and Aymeric called upon the talents of Julie Cerise, and you know much we love and admire her real talent for storytelling. Such a perfect wedding down to the smallest details ♥ (we’re coming back to them this week for the civil ceremony).
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“After six years of living together and a baby, we decided that it wouldn’t be such a bad idea to make it all official in the eyes of the law (and also because I was dying to).”
Anaïs Kugel, Julie Cerise with her many names, is a dreamy photographer who usually works in the fashion industry or for magazines.
Inspired by those in love and their wonderful party plans, she found her way unexpectedly to wedding photography!
1 – Too many ideas kill the idea. Obviously everything you see on the Internet is great and you’ll want everything to be the same. But unless you have 10 000 hectares, millions of dollars and 10 years to organise your wedding, that’s impossible. You have to make choices and in the end that’s better because we had so many compliments on the little details that we thought wouldn’t be noticed. If we had tried to do more, we would have been lost and we would never have had the time to do everything. It would definitely have been disorderly.
2 – Ask for advice but don’t let people impose things on you that don’t suit you. It’s such a common problem with weddings that the couple’s vision of the union doesn’t align completely with that of the respective families. After passing the stage of the secular ceremony without too much difficulty, we had to fight for our choices in terms of decorations, materials etc. This can go on and on but the most important thing is to remain faithful to your idea, but also carefully trying to avoid clashes. It’s delicate!
3 – Party , make the most of it, ask for help on the big day.
Tote bags as a gift for guests
> The location: La Fourtonie, at Lamonzie
> Photography: Julie Cerise
> The outfits:
Aymeric: Sandro suit and shirt, bow tie from Colorfool and shoes from Hugo Boss
> The caterer:
Candy bar Confiserie Foraine, stationary (envelopes, save the date paper etc …) on L’Art du Papier, tissue paper and bridesmaid bags from Comptoir de l’emballage, ribbons by Jane Craft, Instemporel, Modern Confetti, Mariage Original, Décorer le bonheur, disposible crockery from Dinovia and Mesadeco