6 Wedding Details Francophiles Will Love
Everyone (or we hope everyone) enjoys eating french fries and drinking wine. But for those whose love of French culture stretches a little further, a few special wedding day details may be in order. If you catch yourself daydreaming about lavender macarons, consider yourself a wine snob or watch and re-watch films like "An American in Paris" and "Chocolat," you're most definitely in love with all things French. Luckily, we've got you covered for when you tie the knot—these details add a certain je ne sais quoi to any celebration.
Cheese Wheel Wedding Cake
Say cheese! Assemble your favorite French cheeses into a tiered cake as a cocktail hour or dessert-time treat. Just make sure your cheese choices aren't too smelly.
Wine Tasting Table
Share your favorite French wines with a cocktail hour tasting table. Tip: Separate the bottles by region to take guests on a mini wine tour.
The south of France is known for this fragrant, beautifully colored flower. Packed into tiny burlap pouches, lavender sachets makes the perfect favor.
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Pont des Arts-Inspired Love Lock
Paris's love lock bridge may be a thing of the past, but the tradition can still live on with your own rendition. It certainly makes for a sweet photo-op.
This fluffy French cookie will turn your dessert table into a colorful and delicious sight. Choose your favorite flavors—or ones that match your wedding day colors and theme—for a personal touch.
An Espresso Bar
A macaron's perfect pairing? Espresso, of course. Serve it via machine or with a fun pour over station for the most French nightcap ever.