The Hermès label has been synonymous with high-quality craftsmanship in its handcrafted saddles and leather purses but equally iconic are their silk square scarves. Each scarf has its own story and requires up to 2,000 hours of labour to produce.
The colour theme of the tablescape complements the Della Cavalleria scarf designed by Virginie Jamin. Hermès scarves are known not just for the fashion status when worn on the neck but owners gladly showcase them on the wall as pieces of art!
The tablescape features abundant floral centerpieces, accented with two copper-colored regal horse statues iconic to the fashion house. The Hermès dinnerware place settings were hand chosen from William Ashley, with printed napkin rings and place mats designed by Beet and Path.
The vendor design team recreated the scene of an outdoor Paris cafe where patrons can enjoy cocktails with mini cakes and sweets curated and provided by Patricia Cake Creations.
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Photography: Fungke Images//Producer and Art Direction: Devoted To You Inc. //Event and Floral Design: Secrets Floral//Hair Styling and Makeup: Satine Studio //Wedding Dresses: Mrs. Bridal Boutique//Tableware: William Ashley //Stationery: Beet and Path //Mini cakes and sweets: Patricia Cake Creations //Planters design: Dance Floor Decor //Fine Jewelleries: Cacora Fine Jewelleries by JCY Group//Venue: Auberge Du Pommier