The French Riviera calls for summer breeze, easy lifestyle and Mediterranean views straight from a postcard. That’s the backdrop that had been chosen by Charlotte&Greg, a sweet couple from Hong-Kong, to tie the knot. I love the modern vibes from this wedding, with the dark blue and pastel rose color palette, being declined from the stationary suite to the reception linens. Lavender&Rose perfectly planned and executed the day, with beautiful floral design by Roni Fleurs. Charlotte looked absolutely stunning in her Inbal Dror dress, with beautiful heels by Sophia Webster. Here’s to the perfect summer wedding day on the French Riviera!
I am beyond excited to have my work featured in The Knot forthcoming Summer Issue, with Charlotte&Greg’s destination wedding on the French Riviera last summer. A beautiful 5-pages spread national feature including a wonderful team of vendors, amongst whom Lavender&Rose, Roni Fleurs and Potel&Chabot. I will share the full wedding on the blog next Thursday. Be sure to be there!
The French Riviera calls for easy breeze and summer laziness! So what’s more appropriate to start off your wedding weekend, than a welcome dinner a la Fresco by the Mediterranean Sea? This is Charlotte & Greg’s welcome event, perfectly planned by and designed by Lavender&Rose, at Plage Keller in stunning Cap d’Antibes. Charlotte and Greg welcomed their wedding guests on a pond overlooking the Cap d’Antibes, followed by a coral welcome dinner, with beautiful summer florals by Roni Fleurs.
Be sure not to miss Charlotte&Greg’s wedding next week, as featured in the summer issue of The Knot.
This collection was thought as an ode to Rime Arodaky’s bride & her tribe. Gangs with gypsy souls & hippie hearts. With whom she shares laughter, secrets & successes. A Gang that challenges, inspires & uplifts her, with whom she feels effortlessly herself. Light bringers who have the strength to feel, magic makers who let their fire burn hard. Heartbeats that warm her soul & share her dreams. Her people. Her tribe. Her Gang.
Having a birthday party in the middle of winter doesn’t mean you can’t throw a bash that is whole-heartedly Spring! This is a personal post for once, with my daughter Juliette’s 5th Birthday Party, that just happened two months ago in Paris. Theme was ‘Woodland Animals’ with warmth, soft, pastel colors, and gold animals. As every year, Synies made Juliette’s Birthday cake, and the special touches of this year were feather and watercolor cookies, that were all oh so yummy!
See more of this birthday party on Style Me Pretty Living here.
Claiming that Isabella and Igal have been my bravest couple of last year would be an understatement. Both living in London, they organized their destination wedding in Istanbul, where Igal is from. This was without counting on the fact that a coup happened in Istanbul exactly one month before the wedding date, or the fact that it rained the whole day, when it was sunny and hot the day before and the day after. That said, Isabella and Igal kept a huge smile on their face the whole day and it’s been such a great pleasure to photograph these two’s big day!
“Poetry in Motion”. I feel grateful once again to have been hired by the Maison Elie Saab, to shoot the backstage of their ready-to-wear show, that happened last Saturday during the Paris Fashion Week, at the glorious Grand Palais. One of ballet’s most iconic scores, Giselle, inspires the Elie Saab Ready-to-Wear Autumn Winter 2017-2018 collection with its tale of human love crossing into the supernatural realm. An ethereal lightness uplifts form, mood, and movement amidst a seasonal return to dark romanticism.
Feast your eyes with Sonny&Ann’s grand wedding at glorious Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte. Sarah Haywood perfectly planned and designed that day for this lovely couple, who came all the way from Singapore to tie the knot in Paris. Ann wore a stunning Elie Saab couture gown, as she walked up the stairs of the Château for her wedding ceremony. Beautiful florals were designed by Kitten Grayson for The Isle of You for a day that will be to remember.