Enchanting Venue in Provence: Segah & Josh’s Mediterranean Dream
Location: Montfort-sur-Argens, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, Southeastern France
An Old-World Glamour Wedding Theme
Segah & Josh’s wedding venue, Chateau de Robernier in Provence, was a hidden gem encircled by classic Mediterranean rolling hills, fields of olive trees, and countless vineyards. The history and allure of the Orient Express, where Segah & Josh got engaged, played a significant role in the design inspiration for their wedding. They aspired to create a theme that was simple yet imbued with elegance and old-world glamour. This theme resonated wonderfully with their venue choice and fused perfectly with their British and Turkish backgrounds, making Château de Robernier the ideal backdrop for their special day.
Vendor Feature: Isabella Jayne – Wedding Planner
Vendor Feature: Popcorn Factory – Entertainment
Chateau de Robernier in Provence: A Global Gathering for a Five-Day Wedding Celebration.
With guests travelling from all over the world, their vision was to find a place where everyone could stay together. Château de Robernier was the perfect destination for their 5-day wedding in the South of France.
The wedding celebrations kicked off with a ‘laid back’ welcome dinner on Thursday at a nearby vineyard. Pre-events are certainly the best way to get those initial wedding nerves & pressure out of the way and properly catch up with family & friends.
Warmth and Merriment in Chateau de Robernier Provencal Ballroom
The ceremony on the wedding day was at 5’clock, giving guests free time to visit the quaint local villages. They were then greeted with a much-needed glass of infused water whilst waiting for the Bride & Groom to walk down the aisle with a string duo playing in the background. It was a very intimate ceremony, with just under 40 guests. Celebrations commenced with oysters and a champagne tower. This was the perfect moment to watch the setting sun whilst listening to the strains of the accompanying musicians.
Exploring Coastal Villages
As October evenings are quite chilly in Provence, dinner and dancing were held in the ballroom… The ideal place for such an intimate wedding. The band’s music was a great party starter, with the DJ taking over and playing until the early hours of the morning.
The following day, everyone visited the quintessential French villages nearer the coast, culminating with a relaxed dinner in the Côte d’Azur.
Wine tasting was on the agenda for the Saturday afternoon at Château de Crémant along with a farewell brunch on Sunday morning in Nice… The perfect ending to their elegant wedding celebrations.
Planner: Isabella Jayne | Lead Photographer: Nadine Pramhas | Ceremony Venue: Chateau de Robernier | Brides Dress: Mila Nova Olimpia | Florist: Un Brin Boheme | Caterine : David Millet | Etertainment : Popcorn Factory | Hire : Options Nice | Hair : Julien Matha