25 Super Chic French-Inspired Wedding Details

25 Super Chic French-Inspired Wedding Details

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Use a Cheese Board

Lilly Red Creative,Inc.

If there's one food the French know well, it's cheese. Serve a scrumptious spread for the first course come reception time.

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Consider a Lavender Toss

Photo by Jose Villa

Skip the confetti or rose petal toss-a lavender toss is just what a French wedding ordered.

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Use Wine Labels as Invitations

Lance Nicoll Wedding Photography

Now, here's an original idea-turn wine labels into invitations so you can gift guests with a bottle of wine. Vintage stamps, a wax seal, and tulle give the package a French feel.

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Upgrade a Classic Baguette to Name Card Holder

Koman Photography

Nothing beats the scent of a French patisserie. Bring it to the reception by using baguettes as name card holders.

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Macarons Make for the Perfect French Dessert

Elina Rose Photography

What's a French-inspired wedding without France's most well known sweet? Make your macarons loud and proud with a flashy hot pink tower.

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Take Inspiration from the Impressionists

Greg Finck

A lush centerpiece of pastel blooms mimics the watercolor whimsy of Impressionist paintings-think Monet's The Water Lily Pond.

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Tapered Candles Add French Romance

Natalie Bray

Nothing says French romance like gilded candleholders. Pair them with pale blue tapered candles to complete the look.

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Speak the Language

Sasithon Photography

Set the tone for your French-inspired nuptials by incorporating the language into your RSVP cards.

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Add Charm With Florals and Greenery

Sasithon Photography

Package favors with wildflowers, greens, twine, and a gilded wax seal for some French springtime charm.

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Look for a French Garden Setting at Home

Mint Photography

No, this gorgeous setting isn't in France-can you believe it's in Austin, Texas? The bride and groom embodied the French garden setting of Le San Michele with an altarpiece of flowering branches and foliage and whimsical blue chairs, all set to the backdrop of a fountain and expansive green.

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Burgundy Hues Evoke a Moveable Feast

Nirav Patel

This lavish tablescape is fit for a queen and king. Regal chairs, tapered candles, cut glassware, and moody burgundy hues combine textures for a magical feast.

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Mirror the French Countryside's Natural Colors

Stephen Liberge Photography

Use shades of lavender and French blue accented with white and eucalyptus green to create a beautiful bouquet that mirrors France's natural colors.

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Think French for Table Names and Numbers

Petar Jurica

Displaying table names or numbers in French will really transport guests to the country. This couple let their outdoor chГўteau setting inspire their table names, labeling each one after a different tree.

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When in Doubt Head to a Chateau

Pinewood Weddings

While a chateau isn't always easy to come by for a wedding venue, there really is no better setting that epitomizes French magic. This chateau terrace is accented with eucalyptus and olive branches native to the south of France to complete its rustic feel.

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Wildflowers Feel Straight out of France

Helen Lisk Photography

Rustic wildflower centerpieces in mismatched bottles and jars look like they were plucked straight from the hills of France.

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Nothing Is Quite as French as Crepes

Alicia Lacey Photography

A crepe styled cake brings French fare to the table while accents of lavender give a nod to Provencal.

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Think French Garden

Koman Photography

Turn your ceremony space into a French garden with antique urns and a romantic archway of greenery and red blooms.

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Take Inspiration from the Love Lock Bridge

Branco Prata

Take some inspiration from the love lock bridge for your escort card display by hanging keys from a wrought-iron gate.

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Blue Lace Evokes French Opulence


Vintage china, gold-plated silverware, and blue lace combine for a place setting rich in French opulence.

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Channel Marie Antoinette

Joel & Justyna

Blue and white striped chairs have a Marie Antoinette vibe. This couple arranged these regal chairs in the first two rows for reservation seating, followed by farm chairs in the back.

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Lavender Details Bring Provence Home

Photo by Ben Q Photography

Tip: place sprigs of lavender in cocktails for a dash of Provence magic.

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Add Old World Romance

Esther & Gabe

Channel some French old world romance with a guest book station that consists of postcards, a quill pen, and ink.

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TrГ©s Chic Floating Paper Parasols

Peter & Veronika

Floating paper parasols above an al fresco reception is trГ©s chic, especially when set against a villa backdrop of stone walls and blue shutters.

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A Gazebo Adds French Flair

Maru Photography

A pergola or gazebo made of wrought iron and marble pillars is a safe bet for some French feels. Accent it with foraged wildflowers and winding vines to bring it to life.

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Greenery and Baby's Breath Bring French Charm

Justine Milton

Farm chairs adorned with a luscious swag of greenery and baby's breath evoke the bucolic charms of France's countryside.