Charlotte Casiraghi and Dimitri Rassam religiously married Saturday in Sainte-Marie de Pierredon abbey. The wedding was full of inspirations from the Provence, she used of course the lavender, wheat and the embroidery of the provence in her bridal gown.
After a first civil union in Monaco, Charlotte Casiraghi and Dimitri Rassam religiously married Saturday in Saint-Rémy de Provence.
The choice of Saint-Rémy de Provence flowed naturally for Charlotte. After the accidental death of her father Stefano, when she was only four years old, she and her brothers lived in this Provençal town.
To add a floral touch to the ceremony, bouquets of lavender - in satin ribbons- were offered to the family and gu The bridal jewel holding her veil was probably a part of the diamond spray brooch parure of diamonds, in naturalistic style of her her mother Princess Caroline of Monaco,which was a present to her. Once part of a Traine de corsage, the jewels which generally consist in a serie of brooches generally diamonds leaves and flowers which can be assembled to form a traine around the décolleté of the lady who wears them.
Princess Caroline got this beautiful diamond hair clips,as a present,which belonged to her grandmother. She wore it in a similar way on the red cross ball with Stefano.
A very delicate diamond heart pendant wore the bride on her neck and large diamond studds as earrings.
Inspiriert von der Provence trägt die Braut Lavendel, Korn und die Stickereien,Motive der Provence im Haute Couture Brautkleid.
Der Schleier wird gehalten von einem alten Schmuckstück ihrer Mutter, ein Erbstück ihrer Großmutter Charlotte, Herzogin von Valentois.
Sources: U.Butschal;Cartier;Princepaute de Monaco, Palais de Princier Monte-Carlo;
Princess Charlottes Royal Jewels Cartier Sapphire-Parure