Cap on the beautiful island of Reunion with an inspirational shooting on the theme of the wedding in small committee, all in color on the black sand beaches photographed by Abigail Morellon and captured video by Maud Guillou
Abigail tells us more about the desires and inspirations of the team “For this beautiful break, we wanted to take inspiration from the place and create a simple, organic wedding atmosphere with folks and gypsy accents. The purpose of this elopement: Give pride of place to conviviality, simplicity, and be lulled by the sound of waves and guitars.We wanted to create an intimate atmosphere, with just a handful of guests coming to share this moment in nature with our grooms . “
“To coordinate and put all this together, Anne de Green Idylle, was the ideal wedding planner. Specialized in weddings and eco-friendly ceremonies, it was important for her that this project respects this ethics! Dresses, dried flowers, decoration, furniture, pineapple bowls, we bet everything 100% local to highlight also the know-how of local providers. “
“We chose as a backdrop a small cove of the island’s wild south, the black sand beach of Ti Sable, a little-known place where the brown cliffs and the ocean meet and form a magnificent landscape for this elopement in full nature.”
Successful bet for this editorial colored and responsible in the light of the sunset of the island of Reunion putting forward the know-how of local professionals.
Planning : Green Idylle | Photographer : Abigail Morellon | Video : Maud Guillou | Wedding dress and suit : Jordane Lou | Flowers and decoration : Les fleurs d’Emilijolie & Salt and Lemon | Ceramic : Eleonore Dewailly | Graphic designer : Mathilde Fossy | mua : Studio 7 Makeup | Hair dresser : Charlotte Hairstyle | Fruits bowls : Madame Glace | Preprarations venue : Villa les sables du lagon | Furniture : Les Rencontres Alternatives & Côté Jardin | Musicians : Coda Light | Models : Florine & Lucas