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Get Married In Provence, France

Yes, we too think it is a great idea to jet set off to Provence, France and get married. We have an entire set up for you to soak up, and really take in what it would be like to get married In Provence. Photographed by Les Productions de la Fabrik and designed by La Fabrique à Rêves. If you are interested in doing something like this our first step would be to contact the photographer or designer to see how they can help.
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Get Married In Provence, France
Yes, we too think it is a great idea to jet set off to Provence, France and get married. We have an entire set up for you to soak up, and really take in what it would be like to get married In Provence. Photographed by Les Productions de la Fabrik and designed by La Fabrique à Rêves. If you are interested in doing something like this our first step would be to contact the photographer or designer to see how they can help.
Romantic stationery was also designed by La Fabrique à Rêves that reflected the natural beach setting.
The ultra romantic flowers were designed by l'Art Qui Pousse. Wait till you see the ultra dreamy wedding bouquet.
The simple veil and natural rosette crown is quite fitting for the beach wedding. Also designed by Laure de Sagazan
About The Groom's Attire: Louis Purple offered us a gorgeous costume in a blue color just like we were picturing it, original and sophisticated.
A simple beach ceremony at Plage de l'Estagnol and Bormes-les-Mimosas. Giving you a glimpse of how beautiful Provence, France is.
A little village near by is Bormes-les-Mismosas: features  charming, flower-bedecked narrows streets, delightful little squares, covered passages and numerous craft shops. The floral display is exceptional in February, during them mimosa flowering season the village celebrates with Grand Corso du Mimosa festival.
Plage de l'Estagnol is a small and intimate cove that is well-known as must see beach on the French Rivera. The water is crystal clear and apparently you have to drive to through a vineyard to get there. Can you imagine how spectacular it is in real life.
We love the luxe yet relaxed look of the bride and groom. He Laure de Sagazan and the Louis Purple suit is such a charming combination.
A romantic beach ceremony captured by Les Productions de la Fabrik.
Times to visit Provence, France: Mid-spring to mid-fall includes the best times to head to Provence. If you want to see the vast fields of sunflowers in bloom, then late June, early July is a great time to be in the region. The lavender fields are at their peak in July and early August. The climate in Provence is fairly moderate, with temperatures typically ranging from 50 degrees to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. It can get into the 90’s in mid-summer and winds can cause temperatures to quickly drop from a pleasant 75 degrees to a windy 50 degrees.
If you plan on getting married in a small town in France - there are typically fewer people who speak English in the smaller towns of Provence than in Paris. Learning a few pertinent words should serve you well. Politeness also helps immensely! Upon entering a shop, “Bonjour Madame or Monsieur” is appropriate.  
About The Dress : They thought about Laure de Sagazan and the entire universe that goes around the dress designer. When designing the shoot, they took the location into consideration when searching for a gown and a veil that could match the atmosphere.
We are in awe over this organic and natural wedding bouquet designed by l'Art Qui Pousse.
How amazing would it be to fly to the showroom of Laure de Sagazan and get yoru dress. If so here is the contact and email info if you are considering do so. Telephone : 01.53.16.46.31 | email contact@lauredesagazan.fr  
Now that you are married, you will want to travel a bit around France. We stumbled upon, Hotel sous les Figuiers, ia small hotel, literally under the fig trees. If you stay in late August or early September, figs can be picked right off the trees. The place looks incredibly romantic. A room for two please.
Another lovely photograph of  the romantic bouquet designed  by l'Art Qui Pousse.
As for the table decor - silver dishes, using antic and old cutlery were combined with white flowers and a touch of green. Designed by talented Virginie Sellem from l'Art Qui Pousse.
The mercury glasses mixed in with the white flowers makes such a statement.
l'Art Qui Pousse

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