There are just some weddings that literally take your breath away from the location, bridal style to every element of the décor. It's basically what you would call the triple threat of a wedding fairytale. This spectacular luxury French Chateau destination wedding is it for us. For starters, we cannot thank event planner and design Fete in France enough for this true stunner. We, confess, we have coveted this gem since it landed in our real wedding submissions, pouring over each glorious image of Greg Finck's over and over (and - yes - over again). It's just that surreal with its ethereal French garden floral design of Madame Artisan Fleuriste at the 17th century Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte. However, it all begins with a ravishing Paolo Sebastian bride who also wore a spectacular Dior gown at her reception.

Luxury French Chateau Destination Wedding

From the moment they got engaged, Daniel and Vitrie dreamt of saying 'I Do' at a richly historic French chateau. Enter the majestic Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte near Paris, designed on an axis spanning two and a half miles of pure perfection, manicured gardens. Without hindrance, the castle holds gardens on both sides of its facade extending beyond the natural slop of the fields and vast terraces. Everywhere the main axis reigns provides a center of the architecture's balanced composition with the main point crossing through the vestibule. Wow, just WOW! Daniel and Vitrie married in the center of the traditional French gardens with the castle as their backdrop. Beneath a floral archway created with the gentle combination of soft blushes and vibrant pinks utilizing organic branches for a natural yet dramatic contrast. With her bridesmaids in blue-hued undertones of Maria Nathalie gowns, Vitrie blended the theme having her glam tribe hold pastel pink bouquets. The generous floral arrangements were the major show stoppers of the reception under the golden glow of candle lights on every tablescape. The romance of this luxury French Chateau destination wedding truly does not end. For us this is exactly what a modern-day fairytale holds.