A Japanese wedding inspiration captured by Iliasse Photography, was created to suggest the elegance, the simplicity and the delicacy of a Japanese style, like the Sakura flowers. Wedding planner and photographer worked together on the design and the atmosphere in La Bastide de Torursainte, a beautiful historical monument in Provence in South of France from the XVIII century. The theme, was chosen for the simplicity of the Japanese art and culture and they suggested a tea bar (in reference to tea ceremony).
And for favors, each guest receive a handmade soap from Bastide made in the South of France, in Aix-en-Provence. A traditional savoir-faire! On the old chimney was place a marble cake with little pink flower representing Sakura flowers, made by Make Me a Cake, cake designer.
The boudoir photo was taken in the main room of the venue, intimate and soft design. Hair and makeup was soft and natural, made by Delphine Ruffini with a long lace kimono made by Aurelie Mey. The bride wore two custom dresses from Aurelie Mey for two differents moments of the wedding day. She chose to create a flowery wedding gown made of velvet and light pink fabric. The second one was designed for the night, in burgundy colour and light silk, in asymmetric form; for a Couture style.
Film photography & design Iliasse | Florals Les fleurs de Ninon | Planning & design Despinoy Wedding & Event | Venue La Bastide de Toursainte | Wedding gown, kimono lace & Jewellery Aurélie Mey | Stationery Callyane | MUAH Delphine Ruffini | Rentals Options | Cake Make me a cake | Favors Bastide Aix-en-Provence | Ribbons Silk and Willow | Model Roselys R.