Lovers dream of a wedding at Mas des Comtes de Provence because this venue is so private and intimate. Provence Emoi is a refined wedding planning company based in Provence and specialized for all the international lovers looking for a destination wedding. They love their unique couples and learning about their love story. They make your dream of getting married in Provence come true and let you enjoy an experience that goes beyond the wedding itself. Pauline shares what she loved about creating this Provence styled shoot in the blog below!An elegant wedding or elopement in Provence is always a good idea! An old-stoned traditional villa with the song of the birds and the cicadas under the sun makes for the perfect combo for an outdoor wedding reception and ceremony. The bride and the groom mix traditional wedding concepts with a modern twist to create a wedding that is as unique as they are. Soft pastel colours such as pink, blush and olive green are combined with wooden and golden elements for a timeless elegant atmosphere. The ceremony took place in the huge garden, under the pines to protect the couple and the guests from the sun and to create a special atmosphere. The circle wedding arch was an elegant and modern element that really adds some contemporary aspects to the ceremony. The arch is made with the same flowers and in the same shape as the bride’s hoop bouquet. For their ceremony entrance and exit, the guests had ribbon wands in the same colours as the wedding theme to shake and to create an alley. As a twist for the French wedding bouquet toss tradition, the bride choose to play the game with her guests with ribbons in the same colours as the ceremony ribbon wands. Everyone twirls around and the bride cuts a random ribbon to choose the lucky single lady!
The hoop bouquet is soft, elegant, romantic and convenient at the same time. With blush colours and greenery, it has some English garden style inspiration. The bride’s dress was a beautiful crop top dress that opened in the back to show off the beautiful lace pattern with a long skirt. It was so boho! After the ceremony, the newlyweds and their guests enjoyed some handcrafted cocktails made from typical french alcohol such as Lillet and Miraval rosé wine.
Then it was time for dinner. The table was dressed with a velvet olive green tablecloth, crystal glasses, porcelain crockery, and silver cutlery to add a touch of luxury to the tablescape. It was a great mix with wooden table and chairs. The centerpieces are made in the same spirit as the bride bouquet and the hoop ceremony arch to create perfect harmony. Finally, the groom sabred the French champagne and everybody raised a toast to the newlyweds. The groom’s suit is 100% made from silk, and it’s one of the only three styles sold in Europe! The pink colour compliments the colour of the wedding and perfectly fit the atmosphere. We loved how this team incorporated the natural colors of Provence in this destination wedding. This couple knows how to mix classic and modern touches to really show off their unique love story for this wedding at Mas des Comtes de Provence.
Pastel Wedding at Mas des Comtes de Provence Snapshot:
| Planner Provence Emoi | Venue Mas des Comtes de Provence | Photographer Valery Villard | Videographer SJ Studio – Sebastien Cabanes | Florist Laurie Lavaud | Hair and Make Up Mary France | Brides Dress Gisèle et Simone | Grooms Outfit IGilles | Decoration Le Comptoir de Julia | Accessories Zeina Alliances | Stationery Marion Leger | Entertainment Monsieur Cocktail | Entertainment La Boîte à Rubans