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Contemporary French Elegance

Stunning French inspired style shoot.

The talented Rikki Marcone, planner and florist, describes this beautiful French inspired style shoot.

“I chose this venue because I really liked the clean lines and vintage, minimalist feel to the space. We paired two unusual colours: dusty blue and blush. In cold January, I wanted to make the room feel as warm as possible, bringing in ocean tones, gold accents and rich greenery.

We featured just a bride, no groom, as I wanted to keep the shoot very soft and feminine. Nicole brought to life a sexy, sultry bride filled with anticipation to meet her groom.






Planning, Floral & Design Concept: Rikki Marcone Events
Photographer: Elizabeth In Love
Videographer: Alex Lear
Venue: The Great Hall-The Drawing Room
Furniture Rentals: Bash Panache
Plates, Flatware, Stemware: Plate Occasions
Stationery: Utility House Design Co.
Dress: Sash & Bustle
Jewellery: Ecksand Jewellery
Hair & Makeup: Sarah Smith MUA
Model: Nicole Hill


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