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The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched — they must be felt with the heart.

– Helen Keller

French dots scattered prettily across table linens, clusters of vintage crystal champagne glasses, gold sequined shoes and bright bouquets, for it is, after all, a celebration, and long after the stars have fallen from the night sky and the last of the champagne is gone, what remains is just the two of us . . .

table setting, Style Me Pretty via {this is glamorous} // champagne, Perrier-Jouët // champagne glasses, Kate Spade Bubbly Dot Saucers// bouquet, inspired by Vionnet & designed for Vogue Spain, flowers by Bornay // necklace, Yellow Sapphire and Yellow Gold “Ruser” Designed Necklace // shoes, Givenchy Sequined Leather Pumpss

by Roséline of {this is glamorous}







Comments (10)

Julia | Reply

First I LOVE your website,it’s just amazing! Secondly, as a french let me just correct it’s indeed “Une certaine joie de vivre” ;)

Amitiées Françaises!

roséline | Reply

Julia — thank you for the lovely comment & translation — in English, we sometimes use French phrases within English sentences [see yesterday’s post], and in the case of the title, here, that particular phrase is joie de vivre, and the rest is still an English sentence :)

Hope that explanation makes sense and that you’re having a wonderful week!

Sadie | Reply

Gorgeous!I would love to attend a celebration like this.

karlita | Reply

oh! May I read for the fifth time your lovely paragraph? I love everything about this post!

bridal girl | Reply

So pretty! Love that pair of shoes =) It looks so elegant.

Ridgely's Radar | Reply

Those shoes are fabulous!