Striking Contrast Sets the Tone in This Minimalist Greenhouse Bridal Shoot for a Modern and Strong Bridal Aesthetic

From Marie, the stylist: 

“We like refined and modern weddings and we love mixing styles. For this project imagined with Lettre à Elise Events, we wanted to work on marked contrasts, with light and shade effects for our color palette. The greenhouse in which we realize the styled shoot fits perfectly to this exercise, is characterized by bright walls and black ironwork.

We imagined a sober and minimalist table where Marcel Breuer’s iconic chairs are combined with dark ceramic tableware, made to measure by a local artist. The stationery and culinary design have been designed in the same spirit of contrasting nuances. Food lovers will feast your eyes with Lya & Syl’s wedding cake and Wood Mood Food’s stylized meals: cuttlefish ink pasta, ceps, asparagus… the French “art de vivre”!

The floral suspension brings a poetic and light touch to the whole with the flowers that give the impression of falling as rain above the table. The floral design was developed around an unusual and surprising variety: “Fritillaria Persica”. With its robust look and rather masculine lines, we had fun with its bells in gradient of shades to suggest all the delicacy and emotion of the moment.

We wanted to convey the image of a modern, daring and feminine bride. The beautiful Maël, our model, perfectly embodies this woman of character. With its flowing and undulating ruffles, the dress by Alexandra Grecco softens the graphic lines of the place.”

Photographer: Capyture Photography | Stylist/Planner: Marie Chicchirichi | Floral Designer: Lettre à Elise | Dress/Outfit Designer: Olympe | Hair and Makeup Artist: Justine Chery | Food/Dessert: Wood Mood Food | Wedding cake: Lya & Syl | Stationery: Laura PUJOL Design | Ceramic: Atelier Biscuit Céramique Lisa Débat | Videographer: RU2G Videomaker | Jewelry: Leila Buecher | Ribbons: Daucus Tinctura | Chairs Marcel Breuer: Le Grand Design | Model: Mäel