The well-traveled pair, Nicole and Michael, dreamed of a destination wedding in the South of France. This young couple wanted to have an intimate gathering where they could revel in the joy of their love with just family and close friends. An Australian couple living in Hong Kong, guests' experience and design were of utmost importance to this couple’s wedding day. Pairing with Nomad Republic and Amorology, this big day in Provence screamed romance. Nicole and Michael used the villa’s stone wall as a backdrop for their ceremony, where greenery and fresh florals by Laetitia C Fleurs d’atelier graced the scene. In lieu of the traditional exchange of rings, Nicole gave Michael a special wristwatch, as a reminder of their time spent together and the time to come. At the conclusion of the ceremony and following the couple’s epic kiss, guests tossed paper airplanes they had folded down the aisle to wish them on their way. This was in celebration of Michael's career as an airline pilot that took both him and Nicole to destinations around the world together.
Following cocktail hour, guests had a special place to land for dinner. Tables were decorated with vintage wood model plane propellers calligraphed with guest names for seating assignments. The head table was adorned with a suspended floral installation dotted with hanging candles which accented the reception's rustic theme. Plates were placed on wood acacia chargers with peach edged napkins and plane-motif menus were held in place by a pink Himalayan rock salt. Guests were favored to individual olive oil and truffle oil bottles tied with their names. After dinner a "pour decisions" self-pour gin and whiskey bar opened and the guests continued to dance the night away keeping spirits high!