Ok, I’m officially on a French wedding kick. After last week’s wedding and now with this…my my, just take me to France. Eleonore is a fashion blogger from Paris who celebrated her marriage in her grandparent’s forest. The entire event- including all those precious hand made details- was put together by the friends and family of this adorable couple. There is such a personal sweetness to every detail of this celebration–don’t you love it?

We’ve been working in the forest for 9 month to make it nice, we bought tents and built a candyfloss shed and the dancefloor (with a star in the middle), I went every weeks to emmaüs (french charity store) to buy 65 chairs for the dinner and nice vintage dishes, people lent us the tables and my grand mother gave me white sheets and flowers to decorate it. The dress code for the guests was : dots and stripes and many of them followed it. Our guests slept in tents with us after dancing around a camp fire and it’s been a wonderful day and night. I imagined everything with the caterer, the designer for my dress and the taylor for my husband’s suit. We did all the decoration by ourselves and took inspiration on once wed and other decoration blogs. Here is also our wedding website and here our invitations made by one of our witnesses.

Red Wedding Shoes

Dainty Wedding Bouquet

French Wedding Civil Ceremony

Marianne Taylor Wedding Photography

French Forest Wedding Ideas

Unique Pink Wedding Ideas

Diy Pink Wedding Ideas

Pink Wedding Confetti

Stripe Wedding Ideas

Whimsical French Wedding

Pink And White Wedding

French Forest Wedding Reception

Cotton Candy Wedding Ideas

Glitter Wedding Capelet

Photography: Marianne Taylor

Catering: Marie Chemorin

Film: Baptiste Firroloni

Planning: Virginie & Anne and Eleonore


Comments (32)

forget.me.knot.weddings | Reply

Amazing! I love your French wedding finds so much! I want to get married all over again now!

Emily | Reply

Oh my goodness, what an incredible wedding! So perfect.

Harry Richards Photography | Reply

Beautiful pastel colours and soft light!

didi | Reply

ciao emily,
oodles of french magic and style.
on a funnier note, looks like we both had french forests on our mind today hehehehehe….srsly.

Tiffany | Reply

Love the different pink and white patterns on the table.


Chelsea @ Lovely Indeed | Reply

Holy smokes! Everything about this is completely charming — I just love the individuality of it all! The little dress, the teensy bouquet — so, so sweet. Thanks for this!

Allison | Reply

So inspiring! Can anyone tell me what the flowers in the bridal bouqet are? They are gorgeous and I’m dying to know! Thanks!

lydia {ever ours} | Reply

love all the polka dots!

Marie | Reply

to Allison: flowers are geraniums from her grand mother’s garden. She shows it on her blog

Susan | Reply

So sweet, romantic and gorgeous. Love, love everything pink!

Jocelyn Stott | Reply

Simply stunning. I am in awe.

alexia brown | Reply

Please tell me where those red shoes are from!! Love them!

Alejandra | Reply

Pink and french and feminine… oh myyyy!!

Marie | Reply

Alexia: the shoes are from Sonia Rykiel

Amanda Thorson | Reply

oh my goodness, this is so beautiful! such an amazing location.

Gayle | Reply

This is just like a big birthday party for adults. I love the fact they’ve embraced the celebration part of what is a wedding.

Sarah | Reply

Is the sparkly cover the bride is wearing vintage? It’s really lovely!

Amanda | Reply

Oh my goodness what a gorgeous bride and wedding!! Where is the dress from?? Anyone? Thanks!!

Evita | Reply

All of the weddings you post are great and I’ve really enjoyed the international weddings that have been making their appearances here!

Kaira | Reply

The shoes always get me! Love the red shoes!

Marie | Reply

Amanda: she asked to a friend that does clothes (latelierdunefee.fr) to do a dress for her

Mu | Reply

Wahouuu, Congratulations!
It is a very very beautiful wedding, fabulous pictures, gorgeous clothes and romantic couple … Longue vie aux mariés …

Alyx | Reply

Lovely indeed! Congratulations

bridal girl | Reply

The colors and style is so casual. Its like just having a great normal day with friends and having a blast! Congratulations on a job well done.

Shelby | Reply

Looking for a sparkly bolero just like that for my wedding- any details about where the bride purchased it? It is lovely.

Kerry | Reply

i second the bolero request!!

shewanders | Reply

i love every single thing about this wedding. Gorgeous couple gorgeous images =)

Kathleen | Reply

Just one word for this wedding…….magical.

Marie | Reply

Shelby and Kerry: the bolero is from Asos

Naomi | Reply

What a beautiful setting for such and enchanting locale. Lovely!

Aleah + Nick Valley | Reply

I adore every little bit of this. It’s truly enchanting!

Samantha | Reply

Love, love, LOVE!
Hailing from the forrests of New England, j’adore a woodsy soiree!