French Provincial Wedding

Newton, Kansas



Photography | Lana Cook Photography | @lanacookphotography

Venue | The Barn at Grace Hill | @thebarnatgracehill

Venue | Grace Hill Winery | @gracehillwinery

Floral Designer | Temptation Flower Shop

Gown Designer | Vanya Designs  & Custom Sewing | @vanyadesigns

Beauty | With Love and Company

Bakery | Patsy Cakes and More

Calligraphy | Emilime Designs | @emilimedesigns

Cinematography | Free Spirit Films | @fsfict

Model | Shani

Ah.. Paris!

There’s something timeless and romantic about a french provincial wedding. This French province theme was beautifully carried in natural shades of dusty blue linens and accented with pastel accents of blush, blue and peach. The perfect summer celebration reminiscent of the south of France. No, this gorgeous setting isn’t in France—can you believe it’s in Newton, Kansas? This lavish tablescape is fit for a queen and king. Softly draped linens, fine crystal goblets, brass candlestick holders, and the abundance of beautiful florals were some of the exquisite decor. Tapered candles, cut glassware, and blue hues combine textures for a magical feast.


For the attire, where the epitome of french wedding style, we were looking for a fitted, delicately designed silhouette gown with a detachable flare skirt, and a tailored linen blue suit for a groom. Romantic, soft pastels and a fresh white gown… is the recipe for the ultimate French provincial wedding theme, gown’s delicate accessories offer instant elegance and interest. A soft pastel palette creates a serene look – light dusty blue, blush, peach are all gorgeous options.


The romantic floral details carried to the gorgeous cake, adorned with rose petals. The romantic textural gold details were the perfect accent to the delicately made wedding cake with a floral addition in blush, peach and blue shades. For the invitation suite and signage, we wanted to add some French language to create an authentic-feel. Embossed and flowing script on luxurious invitation suit is a lovely complement, with a monogram or wax seal a unique, personal touch.


French patisserie on the table, with a pear for your guests offering the perfect finishing touch. A loose updo is effortlessly sophisticated and makeup in natural hues is ideal for a fresh and dewy look. Vintage china, gold-plated silverware, and blue ribbon combine for a place setting rich in French opulence. Even the menu included some French dishes such as smoked barberry duck salad and roasted rack of lamb with rosemary garlic sauce vegetables .


Our goal was to create a soft, romantic look surrounded by subtle hues of blue and pastels, and our favorite part was of course, the wedding table! French macarons and pears gave the entire spread such character and class and gave a very nice texture alongside the soft florals. We decided to go with a champagne flavor cake and a side of blueberries along with some fine wine from a local winery to add some color to the table. You might be surprised at how many of your guests have not tried a French Macaron before! They’re sure to be a hit. Every element has the chance to shine with uncluttered spaces and subtle details.


Enjoy the impeccable styling and exquisite collection!