A Romantic Wedding in an Idyllic French Country Estate


A wedding gown with pockets in the gorgeous full skirt – need I say anymore?!

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Okay, perhaps a little more, because we're on the Dordogne in France for an additional absolute great thing about a destination wedding.

Colorful, botanical-inspired watercolor stationery is made by Lauren's talented mum Yvonne South, who's an artist. If you're thinking about having her create something for the day, you can.

I adore how this dress manages to become modern, with its low V neck, square reduction, and pockets within the skirt, but additionally timeless using the full, structured shape from the skirt, the long train, and people's pretty shoulder bows.

"Nothing when compared to the way this dress helped me feel. It helped me stand up tall and straight. It helped me feel sexy and confident and strong. I love this dress to be the perfect balance of contemporary elegance and timeless classic."

"I am very petite ( 5ft 2) and my hubby is 6 ft 4, so I was alert to not disappearing alongside him. This dress is structured and dramatic, yet so feminine and romantic using its bows and satin and v-neck. I love it a lot." Here

"The bridesmaids' dresses were all lavender bridesmaid dresses in four different styles. My bridesmaids picked their favorite to put on, so we'd a combination of pleats, open backs, lace, along with a bit of a ruffle. Because of the different textures, the cornflower blue looked slightly different, which I loved."

In their hair, the bridesmaids wore fresh roses picked in the gardens at La Léotardie, plus they chose their very own shoes and jewelry to choose their dresses.

Nils carried his bride-to-be out from the church to some shower of confetti, and also the newly married pair drove inside a convertible to La Léotardie for drinks outside, with increased live music from band Hicksville.

"Hicksville – this option is the very best. I heard a rumor that George, their frontman allegedly accustomed to perform alongside The Clash – or one thing like this!"

"They were amazing. We wanted something fun, romantic, playful, and much less soppy for the first dance. We like rock music, which means this song would be a perfect mixture of rock n roll, and lyrics filled with love."

Words of Wedded Wisdom

“Make sure your lover is doing their share from the planning – it’s their wedding too, plus they should play a large role in making your dream wedding happen. This time is precious, treasure it when you can! I know it can feel stressful.”

Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.co.uk/

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