Today’s bride and groom are based in London but decided to head back to their beautiful region, near Montpellier, with photographer Sarah Martinet to capture their love and celebrate with family and friends from around the world.
Artistic florist and FWS vendor Fleurs Design by Faustine created the beautiful floral decor for today’s nuptials. Faustine will do everything to make your special day even more magical by creating your perfect floral arrangements. Your bouquet will be bespoke, created just for you with the flowers of your choice. Your arrangements will be designed to perfectly complement your wedding day look and to make sure your guests have an unforgettable experience. Faustine will also be taking us through todays Chateau de Pouget Languedoc Wedding…
“The Bride wore an elegant lace gown, Zureida by San Patrick paired with a cathedral length veil, edged in scalloped lace. Makeup artist Elodie Roumejon, completed Marion’s look with a classic up do and a timeless red lip.
“Marion’s’ bridesmaid’s wore dresses in shades of blue and green, finished off with a delicate flower crown made from gypsophila. They carried a small posy in sift shades to match the bridal flowers. The groom and his best man also wore blue and green, paired with a simple rose and olive buttonhole on the lapel.”
“The ceremony took place at in the village church at the nearby village of Boisseron, a picturesque town just 10 minutes from the chateau. We decided on delicate posies of olive leaf and gypsophilia, tied with ribbon lined the aisle for the bride’s procession, as well as the tradition bouquet of flowers for the Blessed Virgin.”
“The Château de Pouget is a beautiful setting for a wedding. Set in 1.5 hectares of landscaped grounds and with a castle that dates back to the 13th century, it’s a perfect place for pictures and parties, as well as creating wonderful memories. And what a better way to make an entrance in such a place than to arrive in style in a vintage Pontiac Catalina from 1966?”
“For the venue, we opted for high vases to make an elegant statement for the delicious wedding breakfast, created by the caterer Traiteur Reynaud. We used the same soft shades of peach and cream, paired with dainty gypsohilia and seasonal greenery throughout the room to keep the look cohesive.”
“The final touches on each table were olive leaves, one of the symbols of the lovely Languedoc Roussillon region plus a little bottle of olive oil from the region for each guest to take home, as a memento of this beautiful day, celebrating the love of Marion and Marc in the south of France!”
Congratulations to Marion and Marc what a beautiful wedding! For more Languedoc inspiration check out this Rustic Romantic Wedding in Languedoc Roussillon Region.
Venue: Chateau de Pouget | Photographer: Sarah Martinet | Wedding Dress: Le Relook d’Eynzo | Caterer: Traiteur Reynaud | Flowers: Fleurs Design by Faustine | Hair and Makeup: Elodie Roumejon | Vintage Car: Location Rétro Mariage