Good Morning, we are off to the South West of France for a Chateau de Lisse Real Wedding. Grab your cup of coffee and spend a few peaceful minutes with us while we explore the beautiful Chateau de Lisse.
Our sweet bride and groom Maggie and Daniel chose to celebrate their love by enjoying a destination wedding in the south of France with their loved ones. The day was full of family traditions including a Chinese tea ceremony.
Maggie decided on two looks for her big day a traditional Chinese wedding dress and an elegant Sottero and Midgley gown. FWS vendor, hairstylist Annette Carr, created Maggie’s beautifully natural look. While her groom looked dapper in his bow tie and braces (very vintage indeed).
The day was captured perfectly by talented photographer and FWS vendor Elena Joland who will be walking us through this Chateau de Lisse Real Wedding…
“Colourful and timeless real wedding of Maggie and Daniel, which took a place in an old French castle Chateau de Lisse, in the South of France.”
“Maggie and Daniel are an absolutely fantastic couple, tender and very stylish. They decided to come from England to France to celebrate their wedding day in the gorgeous French castle, Chateau de Lisse, which is a real hidden treasure in the heart of Gascony, with its luxury interior and magical landscapes around it.”
“There were two ceremonies on this sunny day: A Chinese tea ceremony and traditional civil ceremony. For the tea ceremony Maggie wore a magical red Chinese dress, handmade shoes and red hair accessories. Annette Carr a very talented hairdresser styled Maggie’s hair, it looked so chic and natural.”
“For the traditional ceremony Maggie choose the perfect glamorous dress from Sottero and Midgley. The colour scheme for their wedding stationary was navy blue, gold and blush pink. The flowers were pink and peach tender and very elegant. The beautiful floral design was realised by Le Coeur Sauvage.”
Here is what the wedding planner Joanne Braham said…
“As the wedding planner at Chateau de Lisse, I am lucky enough to meet people from all over the world and see different themes and cultural influences so I was intrigued on meeting Daniel and Maggie that there would be a few traditional Chinese features incorporated into the day. This included a tea ceremony, throughout the day it was served to their elders who in return gave gifts of money or jewellery.”
“Maggie looked amazing in her first dress of the day a stunning traditional red Chinese style dress and then a change into a designer white dress. The day was colourful, relaxed and full of fun with unexpected surprise elements as instructed by the couple.”
Congratulations Maggie and Daniel from everyone here at French Wedding Style!
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