Modern French blush and white bridal shower ideas
Morning, all! If you’re wondering why blush + white is such a trendy color combo year after year, photographer Chloe Fayollas and Max et Joe will be the first to tell you that it’s because it can always be used in new and inventive ways in order to play a more modern role at a wedding. They hooked up for this French bridal shoot at a studio in the heart of Paris, Atelier Singulier, with the idea of modernizing not only their color story, but the way the bride approaches the moments leading up to the big day: finding a dress, the bridal shower, getting ready, you name it. It all turned out pretty brilliantly, and Chloe’s photos are just too fun:
We were inspired by the first days of spring when flowers start to grow with a blush pink color palette. Usually associated with tenderness and purity, we wanted to reveal the modern, timeless graphic and “rock” side of the colors pink + white. Pink is definitively as modern and feminine when it’s used with the right details.
Max et Joe was behind the styling + modern, graphic stationery for their fête.
Naturally this blush + gold tabletop makes a perfect muse for a modern bridal shower, in our opinions.
We picked a smooth and chic-two piece gown with handmade embroidery made in Paris by Maison Floret. Their couture line and the choice of fabrics (tulle, silk crepe) both expressed our vision of the modern bride. We were attentive to source delicate and handmade pieces for like the leather flower crown by Luna Bea and the fine lace underwear by Mae’s Sunday.
Definitely digging the modern take on a flower crown… But we’re kinda always into flower crowns, aren’t we?
Get even more French bridal inspiration by flipping through le gallery…
Thanks to Chloe Fayollas for sharing today!
Photography: Chloe Fayollas / Location: Atelier Singulier in Paris, France / Styling & Stationery: Max et Joe / Florist: Bonnie and Wild / Hair & Makeup: Gwladys / Wedding Dress: Maison Floret / Bridal Accessories: Luna Bea Bride & Mae’s Sunday / Other Accessories: Morgane Baroghel Crucq & Fanny Richard / Model: Lorraine