Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte Wedding With Three Couture Gowns


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Within the wedding industry, it’s no secret that Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte is one of the most highly desired wedding venues in the world. This masterpiece is the result of a creative and passionate mind, Nicolas Fouquet. He worked diligently under King Louis XIV to gather the greatest talent of the seventeenth century. The king was so deeply impressed that he selected the same architect, painter, and gardener to build the Palace of Versailles.

In 1875, Alfred Sommier acquired Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte and undertook many colossal works to restore the estate. Five generations later, his heirs Ascanio, Jean-Charles, and Alexandre de Vogüé lovingly care for the property today.

Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte features 80 acres of breath taking gardens along with unparalleled furnishing that harmoniously compliment the seventeenth century architecture. This estate provides a grand statement for couples seeking a wedding celebration as magnificent as the love they share. It is our hope that you have the honor and privilege to visit one day! 

We joined Fete in France to craft a wedding design as marvelous as the property itself. Carrie, from Type A Society, lended her expertise in pulling in the finest couture wedding gowns. The vision grew to be rich in color, romance, and drama. Crimson Letters was the perfect match for the vision as the paper goods featured powerful artistry as you will see for yourself. May your heart and mind be immensely inspired by our Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte wedding editorial.

beauty | Harold James
planning & styling | Fete Event Planning 
fashion Stylist | Type A Society
Gowns | Chana Marelus & Saiid Kobeisy
Florals | Madame Artisan Fleuriste
Paper goods | Crimson Letters