We have loved seeing so many of the different combinations of this years Pantone colors of the year incorporated into so many weddings and inspirations! These next charming serenity and rose quartz french wedding ideas take the cake.. or should we say the croquembouche!
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From Chancey Charm: This shoot was inspired by the Pantone colors of the year, Rose Quartz and Serenity, but with a European twist. We knew we wanted to use those colors and give off a French vibe by incorporating soft calligraphy, delicate details and of course the croquembouche!
The floral backdrop for the ceremony added a focal point for the intimate ceremony setup with upholstered couches and crossback chairs. Seven Springs made for a beautiful location because of the small buildings and brick courtyard that remind you of a European cafe and of course how could you say no to a lamb with a flower wreath?!
The florals were the main focus of the table, incorporating both the Rose Quartz and Serenity. With the gold silverware, we were able to tie in the gold seal on the menus and table cards. With so many pink accents on the table, a Serenity runner from Wildflower Linens was a must. For the sweetheart tables, we knew using Madame and Monsieur was a unique way to incorporate the French inspiration.
Sweet Dessert Tower
The icing on the cake (or cream puffs I should say) was having a croquembouche! The delicate croquembouche truly made this feel intimate and French inspired!
Are you fascinated by the croquembouche? Wishing you could see more of them to get a better taste (if only) for what they are? Here are several weddings and inspirations with their own spin on this french cream puff tower!