Marie Antoinette Wedding: Woodsy and Whimsical

Dear hearts, it’s a good, good thing that I was not obsessed with our dear queen when I was planning my wedding because there seems to be an endless amount of Marie Antoinette Themed Wedding inspiration and Lord knows, I’d never have gotten off the internet to stop searching for pretty picture.

I bring to you a new wedding, this one for the more naturally inspired gal who loves her plank tables as much as her gowns and china.

A colored shawl adds an informal touch to a formal gown at an autumn outdoor affair.

Just because we're outdoors, doesn't mean we can't wear Louboutins. We're not animals, darlings.

These wood-inspired invites featured a hand-cut design. This piece and its brothers and sisters came complete with a handsome woodbox (ah, the elusive boxed invitation. One day I will be so fancy I will have friends who have weddings with beautiful boxed invitations).

Real silver, pewter goblets, napkins made from vintage lace curtains. Add that to centerpieces of logs, succulents, and ornamental cabbage and you have woodsy decadence.

This is the most beautiful bridal portrait in the world.

Well, I can’t post everything or else you won’t have a reason to click over to Classic Bride for more prettiness.

To see my ever-growing Marie Antoinette Wedding Planning Guide, click here. (Perfect for Marie Antoinette parties of any type)

For more photos, check out Classic Bride’s post on the topic.
To contact her vendors:
Photography: Pictures by Tracy
Models: Ashley and John Lavin
Cinematography: Impact Video Productions
Flowers: Hand in Hand Bridal
Event Design: Vintage Scout Interiors Hand in Hand Bridal
Event Planning: Hand in Hand Bridal
Mis en Scene: Fifi Froelich
Reception Location: Camp Ridgeway, a Private Residence in Kettering, OH
Invitations: Hand in Hand Bridal
Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Dress: Pronovias
Sweets: Queen City Cookies
Hair Style: Alan Leonard, Square One Salon
Makeup: Michelle Richardson, A Vogue Idea
Hair Fascinators: Pin Me Up Couture


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