Happy Hump-day Lovelies! Today on the blog, we’re getting lost in the abundance of love and light in a wedding in Mougins, expertly shot and submitted by destination wedding photographer Thomas Audiffren based on the French Riviera.
The wedding was set in Le Domaine du Paradis des Oiseaux, a vast and luxurious property in Mougins. True enough, it’s full of spring time charm and abundant with greenery for a simple, natural feel. With so many great wedding events captured, Ines and Jeremy’s real wedding feature is one his top picks. We’ll learn later below why this particular wedding is one of his favorites!
Ines and Jeremy both work in Paris in the field of French cuisine and bakery. This adventurous couple resembles strength and affection, which make me literally a fan since the day I met them.
The whole wedding preparations were huge for the couple. Ines made sure every detail is perfect, doing things a little differently, while still preserving her original style.
I adore the quiet and charming Le Domaine du Paradis des Oiseaux in Mougins. It is the second wedding I shoot in this location. It is perfect for outdoor ceremony, a creative portrait session, or a wedding like Ines’s and Jeremy’s.
Enjoy different outdoor locations under the beautiful trees for the ceremony, the cocktail aboard the pool, and wide overview of Mougin’s nature, near the “étang de Fontmerle”. You can never get bored of this place. Even the bride’s room used during the wedding preparation was perfect.
This is one of the most important thing during a wedding photoshoot. And this day, the light was just… amazing! My favourite moment is the end of the day, approximately thirty minutes before the sunset. The kisses while the light is surrounding the lovers is the best I know.
My work is inspired by a Fine Art approach with mentors such as Greg Finck, Jose Villa, Oliver Fly and Gert Huygaert. This way of shooting includes the use of film photography like during the old times. During Inès and Jeremie’s wedding, I had the chance to shoot a few pictures with one of my film camera, a Pentax 645 from 1984.
Bonus reason : The great entertainment job made by Laplaneta Event during the laïc ceremony and all night long.
Congratulations to Inès and Jeremy!