Marie Antoinette Wedding: Gold, Cream and Blush

For an exhaustive Marie Antoinette Party planning guide click here

Wedding Chicks just posted a very awesome Marie Antoinette Wedding put together by photographer Tad McCausland and a team of Florida wedding vendors. It’s awfully purdy and very glam. Take a look.

Color scheme: Ivory, Gold, Cream and Blush
Style: Formal
Beauty/Hair: Modern Pouf accented with Roses and Feathers
Beauty/makeup: Feathered false eyelashes, kohled eyes and pale cheeks and rosy lips
Fashion: Strapless gown, Cameo and an assortment of statement pearls of varying lengths and sizes.

Decor/table: Gold and ivory matted menu cards, filigreed framed table numbers, crystal candle holders, crystal dove napkin holders, gold flatware,

Decor/flowers: Roses, lilies and orchids in clear vases and vessels

Sweets: Petits fours; Tiered cake in gold and ivory accented with filigree and a long feather

To see even more images and a video from the making of the shoot click here. To see more from the vendors, check the list below.
Wedding Photographer: Tab McCausland
Wedding Event Design: Weddings in the City
Wedding Venue: Ballroom at Church Street Station
Makeup: Ana Rivera
Hair: Ana Rivera
Cake/Desserts: Anna Cakes
Cinematography: Cinematique Films
Dress Designer: Pricilla of Boston
Floral Design: Atmospheres
Rental Company: A Chair Affair, Inc

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2 thoughts on “Marie Antoinette Wedding: Gold, Cream and Blush

  1. Myrmicat Forever says:

    Lovely photographs, even if the Beautiful Bride does look like she has had just a little too much champagne in the second picture.

    Like

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