A luxury wedding in Provence during three days in this stuning venue. The day before was for the religious ceremony followed by a cocktail under the magnolia trees with a live band for music. And an outdoor welcome dinner around the pool. The d-day was the big day with the non-religious ceremony. The cocktail under the cherry trees and followed by a seating dinner under a gorgeous tent decorated with olive tree branches and white flowers. And for the next day, a delicious brunch in a relax atmosphere. Around a typical house from Provence and a pool party to end this weekend.
The bride and the groom was part of two different religion, Catholic and Jewish, but together they chose to have a mix of their both religion. So for the ceremony it was half Catholic, with a priest, and half Jewish with a rabbi. It was a very strong emotional moment for every guests and the family. Marriage it’s also the union of both families, cultures & religion, and this wedding was the perfect example.
For the religious ceremony, on Friday, there was a beautiful chuppah decorated with white flowers and light green branches. And for the non-religious ceremony, on Satruday, in a different part of the venue, with the view on the vineyard and on the mountain (the Luberon, famous in Provence) there was an incredible flower and greenery work in the same color but in a different style.
This luxury wedding in Provence was elegant, full of love and festive!
Caterer Roland Paix | Venue Château de Sannes | Floral & Wedding design Fleurs de fée | Photo Ivan Franchet | Video Nicolas Raffi | DJ Leam | Live band Rhum Grenadine Events | MUAH Camille Bonardi | Sound & lights Distri Scenes | Rentals Be Lounge