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French Moderne

  • Antonis Achilleos
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Le Gateaux
A stunning cake can be the piece de resistance of your reception. Hundreds of handmade Victorian sugar roses create a delicate border around this square cake. Fluted embossed fondant and gold sugar cording complete each tier. 
Cake by April Reed Cake Design; format tray by CB2.
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A royal-inspired bash calls for the creme de le creme of wedding stationery. Set the tone with a letterpress-scripted invitation mounted on heavy card stock and wrapped in patterned blush-and-gold fabric. Rosettes accented with feathers and vintage jewels add a dose of Parisian glamour. 
Invitation by Ceci New York.
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A La Carte
When it comes to impressing your guests, it's all about the details. A rolled up letterpressed menu tied with ribbon and adorned with a vintage pin is not only functional, it can also serve as a keepsake.
Menu scroll by Ceci New York; place setting by Party Rental Ltd.
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Champagne
Serve up stylish bubbly concoctions like pomegranate and pear-vanilla Bellinis. Don't forget the tempting sweets. 
Bellini recipes provided by Daniel, New York; signage by Ceci New York; Parisian macaroons by L'Epicerie; Edge flutes and Paloma flutes by Crate & Barrel.
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Les Fleurs
Give the traditional rose bouquet an unexpected twist. A collar of pink feathers -- originally showcased on the invitation -- offsets a bouquet of Vendela roses dotted with pink crystals for a hint of color.
Floral execution by Michael Thomas Platos.
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Le Faveur
Send guests home with a taste of France. Croquembouche, the country's official wedding cake, can be downsized and individually packaged to serve two. 
Croquembouche by Payard Patisserie; favor tag by Ceci New York; packaging from papermart.com.
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Le Papier
A must-have accessory in the days of Marie Antoinette, fans lend whimsical flair to an escort card display. For this look, thick card stock was die-cut in the shape of fans, trimmed in lace, and addressed with elegant pink-and-gold calligraphy. Escort cards by Ceci New York. 
Though calligraphy is never required, it will create a layer  ...

French Moderne

La Table Inspired by the gardens of Marie Antoinette's palace, our design team filled boxwood with roses, peonies, ranunculuses, and candles for a lavish centerpiece. Gold-trimmed place settings and brocade linens add to the regal style, while sleek champagne flutes and ghost chairs make it modern.

Floral execution by Michael Thomas Platos; linens by Indigo Moon, edge flutes by Crate & Barrel; place settings by Party Rental Ltd.

By Christa Vagnozzi Styling by Megan Hedgpeth Event design by Leslie Price and Eyal Tessler of In Any Event

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