“A Real Bride Inspired by Grace Kelly” is the title of the Style Me Pretty Blog Feature that I’m featured in today. Candace and Jason’s wedding was the beginning of the new series I’m offering called the Vignette Series.
The Vignette Series is a fresh approach to wedding film. Short stories that focus on one moment or give particular insight from a unique narrative or point of view.
Candace and Jason’s wedding film at Villa del Sol d’Oro is made up of four distinct chapters that focus on various parts of their day and story. One of my favorite parts of their story is Chapter 2 which focuses on the Father of the Bride. Candace’s dad delivered an incredible speech and poem that left everyone in tears.
An excerpt from the article: From the Bride…
What did you envision your wedding being prior to planning?
We had a memorable engagement in Paris with my family and soon after, the two of us celebrated with a spontaneous getaway to the Italian coast. Everything about that trip felt like a dream. We knew we wanted to incorporate a very romantic European touch with each detail.
What was your color palette and your style vision?
I always love muted, neutral hues like cream, taupe, sand and pale blush. The palette is so effortless and there’s a softness and elegance to it. I wanted to keep everything classic with small hints of French-inspired decor like the blue bouquet blossom china we used for our tableware. While everyone dined outdoors during sunset, music by Edith Piaf played in the background. It felt like we were transported to another place in another era.
Read the rest of the article here and see the stunning images from Photographer André Teixeira of BrancoPrata.
Style: Twine Events: Planning + Design
Sound: Dart DJ
Decor: Dish Wish
Rentals: Archive Rentals
Spirits: BottleShop 48
Treats: Fantasy Frostings
Strings: Angelica Strings
Venure: Villa del Sol d’Oro
Officiant: Reverend John Moore