Maison Albion revealed its natural and blooming beauty for this Provence inspired elopement session. The bride’s hair was pulled back into a textured bun and embellished with floral gold and crystal hair clips and matching earrings. Her dress was simple and strapless with a deep plunging neckline. The bouquet was an arrangement of multi-colored spring florals. The groom donned a navy blue tuxedo, white dress shirt, and navy blue bow tie. His tuxedo had neutral colored buttons for added detail.
The tabletop was decorated with miniature baskets of spring florals, greenery, and lavender colored taper candles. The place settings were adorned with white scalloped plates, handwritten stationary, and a knotted lavender napkin. The gold flatware, detailed glasses, and a mini bag of lavender complemented the wooden table.
The dessert table, provided by Shell’s Sweets, had three white small cakes. The first had the first letters of the bride and groom’s name with added floral detail. The second had a floral stenciling with a touch of small cat tails and a French blue ribbon. The last cake was a white two-tiered cake. The bottom tier had a faint detail of a French blue floral pattern. The top tier had a single white rose.
The stationary was crafted by Max and Maiden Ink. The envelopes were French blue with darker blue calligraphy. The interior paper was white with French blue calligraphy. The envelopes were sealed with a white wax and adorned with either a leaf or lavender.