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 Castle along the banks of the River Garonne, they visited it while venue scouting and instantly fell in love with its charm and beautiful natural surroundings. Inspired by the lush settings of the castle and perfectly complementing the unique pinkish terracotta brick architecture of Toulouse, the couple’s wedding was a seamless blend of nature with touches of rose, captured perfectly by Marina Scholze Photography.
The bride’s floral headpiece and bouquet were a lovely assortment of white and blush-colored roses paired with deep green foliage.
Chateau de Mauriac was restored by its current owners and is “surrounded by wine yards and pure nature.”
Their wedding featured many handmade elements: All the ceremony decorations were DIY and both the bride and groom wore tailor made attire.
Such a clever way to bring a touch of nature inside by using sprigs of fresh greenery on the table and place settings for the reception.
Wedding Photographer: Marina Scholze // Florals: Helene Tocan // Wedding Dress: Tailor made // Bride’s Shoes: Longchamp // Jewelry: Tiffany // Stationery: Connie Peralta // Venue: Chateau de Mauriac // Catering: La Louviere