With praiseworthy wishes, this couple had their garden style wedding in France.
During four days, this couple decided to get married in Southern France, far from their daily life.
As every Jewish wedding, number of guests is high. But in the end, 210 guests total and that was ideal for us to be able to give this three days religious celebration both an intimate yet festive wedding.
3 days of wedding = 4 wedding receptions + 1 emotional jewish ceremony in the gardens | Number of guests : 210 Ambiance : Festive 14 months of planning. 11 professionals selected and gathered for this destination wedding in in Provence including:
Photographer : Valery Villard Wedding Venue : Chateau d’Estoublon, in Fontvieille | Provence Floral Design : Anne Vitchen & Mademoiselle Emma Liveband: Vogue Liveband Catering: Dany’s Traiteur Welcome Signs: Creme de Papier
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The Chateau where magic happened
During four days, the couple and the their family stayed in the Chateau.
With a total of ten rooms, and a maximum of twenty-one guests to sleep on site, the experience had been 100% enjoyable for each of the guests. This XVIII° Century Chateau is originally a Family property.
Surrounded by 500 acres of vineyards, olive groves and roseraies, the 1.500 sqm of the Chateau were a little bit dazzling but, trust me, the kindness and patience of Frederic the Butler, always guided each guests until they reach their room.
Let’s focus on the Ceremony and the Houppah first
We will never be tired of the aesthetic grace Anne Vitchen La Dame des Fleurs, accompanied by Emma aka Mademoiselle Emma Both settled in Paris, we were strongly convinced they were the two only ones who would be able to create the Garden feeling the bride. was expecting to have, even though the Chateau already offers a lot. More than words, just check out the below.
And then, details to fix the 360° experience
We loved each single details that have been created with the bride! #creativity #onevoiceoneteam
And then the dinner…
On a jewish wedding, the dining moment is absolutely everything. Not necessarily obsessed with the food, but mostly obsessed with the entertaining, the whole planning of this moment is very specific. Amongst a lot of speeches and lots of partying moments, we focused on a garden style design on the tables. Still created by Anne Vitchen and Mademoiselle Emma. It was divine. Refined, cosy and intimate (despite the big number of guests ^^) : we. had everything on this wedding. Pssss: Live band is @VogueLiveband => If you plan to get married soon, please contact us, we will be happy to go over a first chat in the next hours! Don’t be shy 🙂 => Our services here