This wedding started with a beautiful rustic outdoor ceremony in the woodland of the picturesque French venue, followed by an equally charming wedding breakfast complete with perspex table plan and dried flower decor. Continuing the dried flower theme, the bride chose a delicate flower crown that she paired with her lace cap sleeve Elsa Gary wedding dress and wildflower bouquet. Dusky blue flowers were scattered throughout the wedding venue in France that had exposed wooden beams and festoon lighting.
WHAT MADE OUR DAY UNIQUE
“The aspects that made our day unique were the venue and place, the weather and of course the great company, having our close friends and family there. The supplier quality was excellent, when we started the organisation of our wedding, we already knowed the majority of our suppliers and we really wanted to work with them; the others were proposed by our wedding planner” – Camille & Pierre
Perspex Table Plan
The original perspex table plan at this French wedding was definitely a talking point. Using blue denim jean pockets for the table numbers it made for a unique feature! The blue hues of the denim sat nicely alongside the dusky blue candles and delicate blue flowers that decorated the long wooden banquet tables.
INSPIRATION & STYLING
“We were really not looking for a particular style or inspiration, we tried to choose everything really in accordance with us in order to build a wedding that looks like us like we are. Our wedding planner made a huge job and take all the decoration in charge. Even the number of guests, we tried to keep it as simple as possible.” – Camille & Pierre
Sorting the table plan can sometimes be one of the harder aspects of wedding planning to navigate, but we have seen and heard it all so take a look at our ultimate guide to seating your guests and we will talk you through it all for a stress-free planning session!