This gorgeous wedding for New York Interior Designer and stylist, Kelly d’Halluin was inspired by the fête champêtre, an 18th-century elegant garden party.
The Château de Bevilliers was built in the 17th-century and features a medieval colombier, or dovecote. The Château is located on the Île-de-France in the Valley of Chevreuse 22 miles southwest of Paris.
The bridal flowers are breathtaking and feature Grouse feathers, ferns, mint, orchids, peonies, and mixed butterflies from Deyrolle.
I absolutely love the color palette and the manner in which natural and rustic elements were intertwined with elegant flourishes…quite refined and stylish. Click here for additional details.
source: photographer Mallory Samson via Veranda Magazine.