A couple of weeks ago we popped over to Brittany where Sejin and Jon tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in a gorgeously chic chateau. We are always rooting for all our couples but when your best friends are getting married it means extra positive vibes flowing and even more love filling the air! Sejin and Sylwia’s friendship goes back good several years when they were both students at Edinburgh College of Art (our bride is a talented photographer herself!) so it was very special for Sylwia to be not only photographer on the day but also a bridesmaid. The chateau was the headquarters of a royalist general during the French Revolution and was perfect for what Sejin and Jon had in mind for their wedding day: a garden ceremony with guests arriving from Scotland and South Korea, followed by a sumptuous meal consisting of the best in Scottish, French and Korean cuisines that we all ate al fresco by candle light and under pom-poms gently swaying in the warm breeze. 

Congratulations Sejin and Jon!

Ceremony & reception venue: Chateau Mossardiere, Pornic, France

Wedding dress: Tadashi Shoji

Bridesmaids’ dresses: Closet London

Bride’s shoes: Salvatore Ferragamo

Hair & makeup: Bride 

Bride’s jewellery: Misun Won Jewellery

Wedding rings: Vintage White Gold and Yellow Gold re-polished by Misun Won

Groom’s outfit: Kilt from John Morrison Kiltmaker (St Andrews tartan), Kilt jacket and waistcoat from Geoffrey Tailor Kiltmakers, Edinburgh

Grooms shoes: Timberland

Stationery: The Illustrious Illustrator

Flowers: DIY from Nantes local flower market

Catering: Bride, Groom and their friends

Decorations: Bride, Groom and their friends

Wedding Cake: Croque-en-bouche from Vincent Guerlais chocolatier, Nantes