The You and Me Festival is an event around marriage so that future brides and grooms can meet providers but also professionals, bloggers, etc. to feel the trends and make interesting discoveries. The 2019 edition is the second edition of this festival and was held in Galerie Joseph in the heart of the Marais.
In this article, I will share with you some favorites I had for some professionals.
You and Me Festival : wedding dresses
Although I’m not a specialist in the wedding dress like my friend Charlotte from the blog La robe de mariée Paris, I love fashion and beautiful creations.
I met the designer Élodie Courtat who creates dresses inspired by the 70’s with an identity around floral embroidery and crochet. The crochet, often associated with our grandmothers is worked elegantly and delicate in the detail of some dresses or through shawls, mythical pieces of the 70’s. Give me lace, floral embroidery, a touch of color and I’m a fan.
My second favorite was Tasya Talitha who creates tailor-made wedding and evening dresses. The touch of Tasya Talitha is a very Haute Couture range where the looks are simple, fuzzy and elegant. I also had a huge crush for a beautiful skater skirt that I would love to add to my dressing !
You and Me Festival : Stationery
Avy Cuty is an eco-friendly stationery line, made in France and hand drawn. To support a more environmentally friendly alternative, the Avy Cuty team offers double-sided printing to limit paper as well as recycled paper creations. Delicate, girly and nature compose the universe of Avy Cuty.
Leaflet Box is a line of stationery and ceremonial booklets. These booklets, originally intended for weddings and baptisms, can be used for secular ceremonies and for weddings of other faiths. The wish of Leaflet Box is that couples can propose a creation that can accompany ceremonies, testify of this moment and their philosophy of love, life, etc.
You and Me Festival : accessories
L’Atelier du Oui offers a wide range of accessories, manufactured only to order to minimize overproduction and reduce their impact on the planet. L’Atelier du Oui favors quality raw materials made in France. For example, I cracked on a pair of custom sneakers. Originally for a bride but I intend to wear them this summer with my skirts and dresses!
Chez Pauline is a line of accessories and more precisely custom-made bow ties but also tie and small accessories for women (headband, bracelet, etc.). The bow ties presented at the You and Me Festival were very beautiful, elegant and especially made in quality fabrics – a special mention for the tartan models that caught my attention – and even more, since my recent passion for the Outlander TV show !
You and Me Festival : jewels
Les Majestés is a brand that makes fine jewelry and hair accessories for the bride. The universe of the designer is precious, bucolic and romantic. I really loved all her hair creations : picks, crowns or headbands that are made in his workshop in Biarritz. I find that head jewelry is really a detail that makes all the difference for a bridal outfit and brings a touch of preciousness in detail.
Flore & Zephyr is an eco-friendly jewelery brand. The brand creates all of its jewels in their Strasbourg workshop. They are entirely made by hand in Fairmined Fair Trade Gold. Behind this gold, a label guarantees environmental respect, social progress and economic development of mining communities. Flore & Zephyr also wants to offer tailor-made according to the requests of the bride and groom.
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