There is nothing, I repeat, nothing! Better than a destination wedding in Paris!
Studio Cabrelli journeyed to the city of love to capture this beautiful evening that was created by Fete In France! There is so many amazing details to see from this amazing affair and let me just say there is an amazing confection creation at the end that will blow your mind! Enjoy!
From the bride, For my family and Dan’s family, this trip was life changing. My parents, aunts and uncles studied France a lot while they were students in Vietnam and really never thought they would see Paris and all the sites they learned about – they were worried about language, culture, etc. They’ve lived through the Vietnam war, had the communists take away their homes and possessions, jail some of them for nothing, and started over in the U.S. from nothing. Here they are in Paris, eating foie gras and seeing all the sites on a tour bus, eating at one of the finest hotels in the world – words can’t describe how happy they are. They’ve given everything for us, their kids and it was so special to give them something back. My cousins and I are eternally grateful.
Dan’s mother had never been to Paris and never thought she would get a chance to go – and his sister loves to see new things, but likes to have her brothers around for comfort. Making it extra special for her was it would have also been her and Dan’s father’s anniversary.
What Fête in France put together for us, all the planning etc., was nothing short of a miracle. It was so much more than a wedding – it was really dreams coming true for our parents and families and we cannot thank you enough. I have always loved Paris, but now there is such an extra special place in my heart.
From Studio Cabrelli, I always love working with Fête in France on their events. For this wedding the bride showed us lots of inspiration of greenery so taking that I created a long runner of greenery and white flowers which really made an impact on the long table set for 40 guests. We also provided greenery for the cake so it would match but for the bride and bridesmaid's bouquets I added a touch of deeper colors to give the greenery more impact, depth and extra sophistication.