This 4 day wedding started with a bang and a gorgeous welcome dinner in Gordes at the TIGrr. The evening started with welcome cocktails on the hanging terraces of the restaurant, followed by a seating dinner and the first of many dancing parties!
For this relaxed and fun event the couple chose to bring some colourful touches and we mixed yellow lemons, lavenders and provencal herbs in various spaces to make the space theirs.
On the tables, each guest had a lemon to their name to find their seat, and we upscaled the restaurant's usual table setting with beautiful cord place mats and green water glasses to match the theme.
We also added colourful yellow plain and striped cushions to unify the design and make the seating extra comfortable.
Dive into this stunning, extravagant rehearsal dinner & party on the terraces of a chateau ruin sitting atop a Provencal cliff, overlooking the Luberon Valley. Featuring intense design, maskerade masks, fire breathers, a strolling band, and a crazy dancing party, this was one party this New Yorkers crowd won't soon forget!
Emma & Oliver chose the Bastide de Gordes for their wedding in Provence and we don't think these walls have ever seen such a stunning event!
Every detail was thought about to give their guests the most amazing experience, from the welcome stilt walkers to the cake extravaganza and a super fun disco after party, each moment of the day was curated to be special and unique.
The day started with preps in the hotel spa for guests and in the suites for the couple and their families. The whole venue was buzzing with excitement as ladies were going from room to make up and hait, getting ready for the big day.
Guests gathered at the end of the afternoon in the stunning hanging gardens of the Bastide de Gordes and were welcomed by two ethereal stilt walkers, and a glass of lavender spritz!
A magnificent Houppa was set up by the water, overlooking the Luberon hills.
Emma & Oliver's French wedding ceremony in Provence started to the sound of a strings trio playing the bride's favourite song. Their outdoor Houppa ceremony was officiated by one of their family friends.
After the glass was broken, everyone moved to the beautiful terraces of the Palace hotel to enjoy drinks and foods overlooking the sunset. During that time the couple went to take pictures at the famous view point.
After cocktail hour, guests were invited to move down to dinner in the gardens. A 48 metres long table was set up on the grass, gorgeously decorated with 12 flower arches and chandeliers. Guests found their wedding table seats thanks to a beautiful 3m long escort cards wall, with a variety of lavender designs.
As dinner ended, dancers in white wings appeared to lead the couple and their guests to a spot where the cake was brought to the light of a multitude of cold sparklers. The band then joined in to lead everyone to the dance floor in a very festive atmosphere.
A live band played for the party, with appearance of dancers in various costumes. Beautiful dessert stations were set so guests would always have something to eat as needed.