Whenever an event inspired by Chanel lands in your inbox, it’s worth a look, and today’s amazing team was inspired by the iconic fashion house to create a shoot that emulates that glamorous French wedding style! LB Floral was the mastermind behind the concept and styling of the shoot, pairing a timeless black and white palette with luxurious details, beautifully captured by Star Noir Studio. This fantastic shoot demonstrates the key to making a white wedding pop on camera – texture! From the opulent ruffled train on the bride’s classic gown, the many petaled hydrangeas and feather accents in her bouquet, the rosette table linen, and pearl adorned cake – every aspect of the design incorporates beautifully tactile details to help them photograph beautifully.
The luxuriant surroundings of The Orangery, a Regency styled restaurant and event space in Knoxville, Tennessee, could not have been a more perfect location for this shoot. It takes its name from Marie Antoinette’s greenhouse at Versailles, after all! The French eatery incorporates architectural details rescued from historic estates around America – like the iconic spiral staircase from the pre-Civil War Pace-Mabry Mansion! The venue’s sense of grandeur became the ideal backdrop for our couple, beautifully attired in black tie wedding attire with French flair. That staircase practically demanded a fabulous train, after all!
Photography by Star Noir Studio | Located at The Orangery | Coordination by Honeybee Events | Florals and Design by LB Floral | Desserts created by Gail’s Custom Cakes | Rentals provided by Campbell Tent & Party Rentals | Linens provided by White Table | Wedding Dress provided by Wedding Wonderland | Hair and Makeup by Suzanne Clayton MUA | Tuxedo provided by Savvi Formalwear | Submission via Two Bright Lights