The engagement of today’s couple at the scenic English Garden in Munich perfectly set the tone for their outdoor wedding in the picturesque southwestern French city of Toulouse. Having lived there for several years, they knew they wanted to have their wedding someplace locally. After a friend recommended the historicChateau de Mauriac, a 13th Century
Today’s couple met at business school and got engaged in Dubrovnik, Croatia, after a candlelight dinner in the old part of that beautiful Mediterranean city. For their wedding they came to a different, but equally amazing part of Southern Europe. Having spent some time during their studies in Southern France, they chose a chateau near Aix-en-Provence as their wedding venue.
I really really have to like an couple shoot to show it on a Monday (a day usually reserved for real weddings). But this one right here from l’Artisan Photographe is so beautiful that it effortlessly jumped to the beginning of the week. I don’t often make use of the term “fine art” (everything seems to
Belle & Chic‘s mission is to showcase stylish Mediterranean weddings, but every now and then we stray away just a little from the Mediterranean coasts to showcase the amazing work that is being done in the Northern part of Southern Europe… Like this Dijon wedding, photographed so beautifully by Kristina Assenova. The château venue
Imagine you spending a bachelorette weekend with your friends in Provence, and one afternoon they take you to a beach in the Camargue region and surprise with you with a styled photo shoot. You spend a wonderful few hours at sunset, enjoying the company of your best friends and celebrating your upcoming nuptials… while