October 1, 2020
To say that I am in LOVE with this Parisian inspired styled shoot at Stone House of St Charles would be a total understatement. Every detail from this day was so dreamy!! Opulent Event Co and Elizabeth and George did an amazing job putting this together!
Stone House of St Charles is such a beautiful wedding venue near St Louis. The house on the property is full of gorgeous charm and character. One of my favorite details is the sunroom!
Outside, the stone buildings are arranged to create the most beautiful courtyard! Trees line the property making for a gorgeous backdrop at every angle. Stone House of St Charles is one of my absolute favorite venues near St Louis! If you’re looking for a romantic, magazine-worthy St Louis wedding venue, look no further.
Flatlay details are always one of my favorite parts of a wedding day. Elizabeth and George and Opulent Event Co created a flat lay heaven! I absolutely loved these painted styling mats. The romantic Parisian vintage-inspired flat lay below was my favorite!
Also, as always, thank you to Photovison for the most beautiful film scans!
I always love the unique vintage chairs in Stone House of St Charles’s sunroom! We brought one out to the front porch for some portraits of the groom.
Sugarberry Blooms created these stunning floral pieces to decorate the romantic painted backdrop set up in the foyer of Stone House of St Charles. It was so dreamy!
I couldn’t get over this gold champagne display by An Affair to Remember! It looked so elegant in the front room of Stone House of St Charles.
This blue and gold tablescape was EVERYTHING. The gold candlestick holders paired with dusty blue candles, the blue patterned tablecloth, gold table settings and colorful florals made for the most romantic setting! Opulent Event Co did an incredible job styling the reception table set up!
These cakes, oh my goodness! A minimal white cake with ribbon or floral details is always a good idea. Shoutout to Kindled Cakes for creating these!
I am obsessed, obsessed, obsessed with these sunset portraits. You would never be able to tell we were in St Charles, Missouri and not a French chateau!