They say Paris is always a good idea. We can't help but second that notion, but we will also take a French inspired bridal shoot infused with pastel hues and romantic fashion as an alternative. If you can't make it, fake it - perhaps? Just kidding as there is no faking this Parisian prettiness, it just so happens that it was created by some A list vendors out of Augusta, Georgia not Paris. Riner & Company and Into The Fields Floral Designs fashioned this pretty little bridal shoot perfect for a romantic walk down the aisle with Birdie Lane & Co behind the lens and as event designer. A painterly pastel palette with peach hues, structured lace and soft swept updos all add to the Parisian flair against the white wash brick architecture of the Aiken County Historical Museum. Whisk yourself away to the dreamiest French inspired bridal shoot infused with pastel hues with a dash of Southern sweetness.
French Inspired Bridal Shoot Infused with Pastel Hues
At first glance, we were fairly certain that this French inspired bridal shoot infused with pastel hues actually did take place in the City of Love. But after reading the submission, we learned that the goodies that make up this editorial came from all over the country and well - globe! Dark clouds and thunderstorms couldn't stop the momentum and passion behind months of preparation for this stunning styled shoot. Using French themes and shades of blushes and golds, time seemed to stand still and all the bad weather was forgotten. One couple and two high fashioned brides modeled elegance and class, like this team was in Paris itself. Linens and ribbons were shipped from Ohio; earrings were shipped from Canada; hair pieces and tiaras came from Florida; a ring dish was shipped from North Carolina; antique shops and estate jewelry was provided by local high end shops. In the end, a handful of Augusta, Georgia's finest wedding vendors all came together to pull this sweetness off. It seemed the entire east coast was prepared to inspire brides world wide with this refined elegance and color palette. No detail was forgotten - even the vintage luggage tags came in from France, perfect condition from 1940's.