The Sunday R&R

Penned on January 8, 2017 in The Sunday R&R

How are you and how is 2017 going so far?  Have you found it a struggle to get back into the swing of things after the festive season or are you hitting the ground running, armed with wedding planning binders?

If you are joining us and newly engaged, congratulations on your news and don’t worry we have oodles of resources and inspiration for planning your big day in France, including the vendors on the French Wedding Directory.

If you are unsure where to start don’t forget to read our first post of the week, your Guide to Getting Married in France here.

But for now we will leave you having a wonderful Sunday with The Sunday R&R….

We started off the first week of 2017 with the ultimate guide to getting married in France from Fabienne Slater, owner of Elian Concept Weddings and Events – see full post here

French Wedding Planning Timeline we are getting married

 

On Tuesday we brought you a woodland inspired shoot from Ils and Elles Photographie featuring two beautiful gowns – see full post here

romantic woodland wedding

We headed to Chateau de Varennes on Wednesday for our first real wedding of the year with photography from Ian Holmes – see full wedding here

Destination wedding at Chateau de Varennes

December may be over but the winter wedding season is still going strong – we brought you a winter wedding inspiration shoot from Madame A.Photographie on Thursday – see full post here

Mademoiselle rêve mariage

We flew you to Toulouse on Friday as we showed you just how wonderful a choice it is for a destination wedding.with a pastel coloured elopement shoot by Elena Joland Photographie – see full post here

wedding picnic idea

Supplier Spotlight: Lucky You Events

Lucky You Events

The Supplier Spotlight is today shone on Lucky You Events, the south of France based company specialises in French Riviera and Provence destination weddings.  From venue search to coordination of the day itself, the team will be your ultimate partner and use elements such as silk, linen, brass, vintage silverware, antique craft pieces and bespoke flower arrangements to invoke a setting that looks and feels rich, organic and unique, inspired by the environment and its Provencal romance.

For more information and contact details click here

Coming up on the blog next week

French Wedding Inspiration

Have a great day

monique trulove --wedding blogger

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