Just wanted to show you a little taster from the wedding I photographed on the French riviera a few weeks back. Such a gorgeous day and the loveliest of couples. Lot’s more pictures to come, but here’s a few from this beautiful day.
Lot’s of love, A
This beautiful wedding venue, situated on the peninsula of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, on the French Riviera, is a regular venue for me. I’m in love with this place and so honoured to come back here again and again to photograph weddings. For this recent wedding I particularly loved the setup. Planned to perfection by the lovely Wedding Planners Monaco. Love the beautiful lighting, long tables and an ocean of flowers by the talented Wayne & Jeff at Wayneriley Flowers
I love France and have been fortunate enough to shoot a lot of weddings here, in a lot of different venues, and have fallen particularly in love with a handful that I’d love to show you here. In no particular order, here’s a few of my favourite venues.
Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild is a gorgeous venue in the village of Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, in the South of France. The gardens, the view, the colours, the history….well it’s all just gorgeous. Add a couple in love, their friends and family, some beautiful flowers, a nice band and you have the perfect wedding.
Le Château Diter is another fabulous venue, set beautifully amongst the hills just outside the perfume capital of Grasse. The whole region of Alpes-Maritimes is stunning and the French countryside views are spectacular. A romantic venue with pretty much everything you could ask for to host the most magnificent wedding.
Cap Estel is located in one of my absolute favourite French regions; the Côte d’Azur. This luxury venue is located on it’s own mini peninsula overlooking the sea in the commune of Èze, not far from Nice. This personal and private hotel is only available for exclusive hire – which means you have the whole place to yourself. It is a truly perfect place for a wedding.
Château de la Napoule has such a historic feel to it as well as great diversity for a wedding. There’s gardens, courtyards, balconies and medieval rooms. It has a charm and a certain mood that I love, located right by the water overlooking the ocean. Originally built in the 14th Century, however it’s last rebuild was in the early 1900’s. Dressed up for a wedding it looks absolutely beautiful and very romantic.