The end of another working week and I have a beautiful June wedding in Provence to share with you today. But just before I do, as you read we are in the car heading once again through the EuroTunnel over to France, this time for the Rendez-vous wedding fair just north of Paris
If you would like to attend the fair that starts tomorrow 15th November, and meet a host of fabulous wedding vendors, plus little old me then head over to the website for more information.
Back to today’s Provencal wedding and Anne-France and Laurent got married under the shade of olive trees, with Anne-France wearing a stunning Jenny Packham wedding dress planned by Mon Plus Beau Jour.
The wedding was organised and planned by Mon plus beau jour to the couples wishes, for an intimate wedding in the heart of Provence, surrounded by their closest friends and family members.
The couple had rented a villa for one week before the wedding so they could all spend time together with their family and friends.
For their wedding, Anne-France had dreamed about a glamorous atmosphere, with crystal chandeliers, soft colors, one long table and a black-tie dress code for their guests.
She wanted a classy setting up in a natural and green background to create a contrast.
While Anne-France and Laurent were taking first look pictures in the beautiful grounds of the villa, their guests were enjoying a welcome drink just before the ceremony started.
Then they enjoyed the cocktail hours and sunset on the terrace in front of the villa with a music band playing jazz songs.
The guests were treated to a Provencal meal, followed by the cake cutting with sparklers and plenty of dancing!
Wedding Photographer: Patrice Lariven | Wedding Planner: Mon plus beau jour | Wedding Venue/ Wedding Reception Venue:: Private house | Wedding Dress: Jenny Packham | Bridal Shoes: Gina | Florist: Mon plus beau jour | Hair and Makeup Artist: Lexi DeRock | Wedding Cake: Made in Cake | Stationery: Pink Toast Ink | Wedding Band/ Entertainment: Orange Trio
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