We’ve got a fabulous parisian inspired photoshoot courtesy some fabulous Niagara (Ontario) vendors. When I received the images from Weddings Tied With Lace: Planning and Design, I knew I had to share them with you. Captured by Jesse James Photography, I’d have to say my favorite details are the chanel table numbers and the soft combination of champagne, teal and peach. The color combination chosen for the macaron tower is just as divine.

Our theme was “ romantic French”. We wanted to feel like we had been transported to ultra-romantic village in France. We originally based the theme around “Chanel”, but we didn’t necessarily want to incorporate the tweed patterns they are so famous for. Instead we went with a lot of texture and layers in the décor. Our stationary even included a “Chanel No 5” table number. We really wanted to stay away from vintage and rustic as we’ve seen so much of it lately. We opted for a much more clean, crisp and romantic look. The different coloured, and textured linen really ties the theme together. We replaced a traditional cake with a macaron tower. The daintiness of the macarons and the fact that they are a traditional French cookie fit perfectly in lieu of a cake.

chanel table numbers no

champagne blush linens silver chairs

white wrapped cupcake liners pink peach icing

Wedding Planner: Weddings Tied With Lace: Planning and Design
Photography: Jesse James Photography
Decor: Gala Decor
Floral: Lush Florals
Hair and Makeup: Enchantment Makeup Artistry
Cake: Designer Delights
Candy Table: Candy by Katie
Stationary: Inviting Elegance
Hair Piece: Frilly Bits Custom Hair Jewelry

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Categories: Cakes & Sweets, INSPIRATION, Photoshoot5 Comments


Love this romantic photoshoot! Congratulations to everyone involved in this beautiful photoshoot!

Ashley on September 20, 2012

absolutely beautiful…..everything!

Kathie on September 20, 2012

So romantic with just the right touches of frilliness and glitter! Lovely!

Bellenza Wedding Bistro on September 24, 2012

Looks really good!

Wedding friends blog on October 16, 2012

Hey! They got married at the same church as me!! Such a beautiful wedding. Love the French inspired theme…too bad about the “Merci Beacoup” sign, though.

Alanna @Toronto Mama on June 19, 2013

The best French Style shoot outside of France. Jesse James Photography did an amazing job to perfectly capture the theme.

Emily @ Wedding Forward on July 24, 2015

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