Almost a year ago we traveled to Normandy to photograph Ven and Adrian’s French Chateau wedding. What can we say other than that is was a blast?!? The scenic countryside of France was like a dream and so was our bride and groom. A marvelous weekend all together.
From the bride:
A destination wedding was the best option for us as we had family and friends traveling from all over the globe. We chose the French countryside for the beautiful scenery, outdoor atmosphere, and access to exceptional food. Chateau de Bouelles was a perfect fit for us because we were truly able to enjoy the wedding weekend with our family and friends. The exquisite gardens won us over, as early on we easily envisioned incredible outdoor festivities. The setting and location of the chateau allowed our guests time to explore the region in between wedding events. We had a very dependable planner that understood our vision. Our wedding was absolutely stress-free and enjoyable in every way imaginable.
I had tried on many beautiful dresses, several which felt alright but none that were quite spot on. It needed to be classic but not stuffy. I wanted it fuss free and a dress I could move around in and not need help while walking. After months searching and not finding quite the dress, my mother offered to make my dress. It took lots of phone calls and several flights but it was a beautiful way to include her in both the plans and on the wedding day.
Vendors: Event Planning: Fete in France | Floral Design: Lily Paloma | Stationery: The bride | Reception Venue: Chateau De Bouelles | Shoes: Manolo Blahnik | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: J.Crew | Entertainment: Jazz Around Midnight | Groom’s Attire: Hugo Boss Red Label | Groom’s ring : Harry Winston | Groom’s shoes: Georgio Armani | Hair & Make-up artist: Trine Juel | Rentals: Options | Rentals: Vaisselle Vintage | Ring box: The Mrs Box | Stationery printing : Sesame Letterpress | Veil : Twigs & Honey | Wine: Madame Wine
Sofia and Alex’s desert wedding at La Pause and Hotel Fellah in Marrakech was not your typical wedding. It was an eclectic mix of traditional Moroccan vibes and boho laid back charm. Guests from all over the world traveled in to attend the ceremony which was held in the dramatic landscape overlooking the vast Moroccan wilderness.
La Pause, located about 30 km outside of Marrakech. The place seems to be embedded in the sand dunes, camels and goats roam around towards the oasis below as we arrive. It’s like straight from the old saga “A Thousand and One Nights”. We see the Agafay hills from the highest point and the sun is blazing down on our heads as we discover the lovely guest houses. And there is a pool!
The bride and groom planned their wedding in Morroco by themselves. Having a large number of guests, multiple ceremonies, and extraordinary artists performing, they did a fabulous job. A destination wedding in the desert is no simple project, and to organize a wedding in Marrakech, from Europe and the US, makes this event even further impressive. It was brilliantly put together!
The ceremony was conducted by the groom’s sister. The father of the bride and the father of the groom gave heartfelt speeches. Following the service, the guest went to the top of the powdery hills where local Moroccan musicians played and refreshments were served. Everybody then wandered down to the oasis where dinner and additional rituals took place. The arrival of the bride (in a Moroccan dress) and groom being held up in a thrown by 4 men, was a great part of the festivities.
We want to thank our beautiful couple, as wells as all the extraordinary wedding professionals involved making this an occasion to remember.
Wedding season is here and we travel Europe to photograph the most lovely weddings and events. Here’s a quick sneak peek from Kelly and Poston’s wonderful intimate wedding at Villa Cimbrone, more to come soon!
In September, we got the opportunity to travel to Ravello for Kirstyn and Adam’s wedding at Villa Eva. As the groom and his groomsmen were getting ready at Palazzo Avino, the bride prepared at Villa Eva. The elegant outdoor ceremony was held on the terrace and not an eye was dry as the couple said I do.
Ravello is a dream location. It’s a tiny town that you easily can walk around in no time. No wonder numerous couples choose Ravello for their destination wedding in Italy. We are stoked to be heading back there for 3 weddings this year and next week we are on route back to Ravello and a wedding at Belmondo Caruso. Can’t wait!
This wedding was held at Villa Eva, a grand old Italian villa that has been restored with care in the original style. Being exclusive for one wedding or event at the time, you get to have the place all to yourself. Located just next to the historical center of Ravello, Villa Eva is a gem sheltered within a large garden with hundred-year-old trees. Being one of the highest points of Ravello you can enjoy a glorious view of everything below.
We feel privileged to have had our client’s exquisite and heartfelt weddings and our commercial work featured in a number of national and international online & printed publications. We’re grateful to the team of creatives and the hard work that helped us land there. This wedding was brilliantly enough featured on the fabulous wedding blog Magnolia Rogue.
Congratulations to Kirstyn and Adam who is the delightful couple you can ever imagine and we’re thankful we got to be a small part of their big celebration. It all came together so beautifully thanks to the team of wedding professionals working together.
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