Destination Wedding at Chateau de Baronville

Bride and Groom sat on the lawn outside Chateau de BaronvilleGood Morning readers and what a wonderful Destination Wedding at Chateau de Baronville I have to share with you today.  Chateau de Baronville is just breathtaking and as it’s only an hour outside of Paris, it’s an ideal location if you have guests attending from around the world – perfect for today’s couple Mayuko and Benjamin.

I just love their lakeside ceremony location, it looks so idyllic and peaceful, I can almost imagine the gentle breeze and the sound of birdsong…what better place to pledge your vows to one another. I also love the simplicity of the blue and white floral arrangements, they work so well outside with the flower arch, as well as inside for the table decorations. Very simple and classic with that lovely splash of blue, what a great choice.

Today’s photographer Ciprian Lupan has also manage to capture some lovely moments throughout the day, both of the happy couple and their guests, here he is to explain how he approached the day. “The wedding of Mayuko and Benjamin was held at Chateau de Baronville on a lovely Saturday in July.

Chateau de Baronville just outside ParisGravel terrace outside Chataeu de BaronvilleInterior of Chateau de BaronvilleMy aim is always to try and create a story out of what I can see, and I shoot the location so that the couple have wonderful memories to remind them of the lovely reception that they had.

Hair stylist perfecting the brides hair

Stuning Stephanie Allin gown waiting for the bride

Full length shot of the bride wearing Stephanie AllinTogether with his parents and brothers, the Groom’s day began by preparing the lakeside location where the ceremony was to be held, directly in front of the Chateau.

During the ceremony, my job is to make sure I capture all the emotions and smiling faces of the bride, groom and all the guests.

Bride and groom walking down the steps at Chateau de Baronville

Chic Bride reading her wedding vowsIdyllic lakeside wedding ceremony at Chateau de BaronvilleExchanging rings in outdoor ceremony at Chateau de BaronvilleBride and groom walking back up the aisle following outdoor ceremonyAfter the rings have been exchanged and their story told, the couple and their guests moved closer to the castle for drinks. At this stage I get into journalist mode so that I can mingle with the happy couple and their guests to capture the fun aspects of the day.

Wedding guests admiring photos in destination French weddingThe Bride and her girlfriends following destination French weddingWedding guests mingling by the lakeAlthough there was only 15 minutes for photos, this was enough for me to be able to capture natural, nice photos of the whole wedding party.

Bride and Groom pose under blue and white flower archHappy Bride and Groom pose outside Chateau de BaronvilleBride and groom enjoy a stroll through the chateau groundsLooking into each others eyes in the Chateau grounds

Close up of the newlyweds in destination french weddingAfter this, everyone headed indoors giving me the opportunity to photograph the lovely table décor before the guests began their dinner.

Simple and elegant blue and white table decor

For later in the evening, the bride and groom had even organised a fun quiz, asking their guests questions about both Singapore and Paris, this was followed by the happy couple’s first dance and the cutting of the cake.”

The happy couple chatting to their guestsEnjoying the first dance at Chateau de BaronvilleFirst dance close up in the main hall at Chateau de baronvilleCutting the croquemboucheWell I’m sure you’ll agree, Ciprian has done a fabulous job at capturing a beautiful day, I certainly won’t forget this wedding in a hurry.

Chateau de Baronville exterior lit up at night

Destination Wedding at Chateau de Baronville Snapshot

Destination Wedding at Chateau de Baronville Snapshot

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Wedding Dress: Stephanie Allin | Make Up: Malika | Photographer: Ciprian Lupan | Venue: Chateau de Baronville | Wedding Planner: Hélène Dally from Chateau de Baronville


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