Does an eco wedding mean anything to you? Lorène and Yoann wanted to do things their way by sticking close to their values, and deciding on a slightly different wedding where recycled materials, home-made things, and involvement were in order. And it’s great!
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“There wasn’t a marriage proposal. I had never dreamed of a wedding, we were joined through a civil partnership and that suited me fine. However, having talked about our future plans, we found that getting married would simplify things. 10 days before the wedding, Yoann gave me a mug inscribed with the words: will you have a cup of tea and marry me? I think it was in case I changed my mind at the last moment ;)”
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Cécile Creiche is just like her generation : enthusiastic and curious about everything.
Through her photos she projects all her energy and her ability to blend into each wedding. Allergic to rigid and cheesy poses, her photos are fresh and dynamic.
Passionate about photojournalism, she recounts the story of each wedding day , of those who surround them and the personal atmosphere of each one. She will enhance your day and stay true to who you are.
1 – At the end of the day, a wedding is something very personal, and ideally it’s an intimate occasion, because even if it’s a huge wedding with lots of people, there’s always a moment of calm ( and I don’t regret it at all) I’m still convinced that you enjoy it best when there is clam and tranquility.
2 – Don’t listen to anyone else. Everyone will have an opinion but at the end of the day it’s your opinion that counts. It doesn’t matter if what you want isn’t very conventional and it doesn’t scream wedding to your entourage, DO IT! Don’t have any regrets, you’re the ones in charge.
3 – Last little piece of advice for all you brides-to-be : take into account what your husbands-to-be would like and their opinions. A wedding is for two people, if he doesn’t see himself in what you’ve organized then he won’t make the most of the wedding as much as you. That would be a shame, don’t you think? So it’s about finding a middle ground.
> Photo : Cécile Creiche
> The outfits :
Lorène : home-made dress
Yoann : home-made suit and braces Les bretelles de Léon
> Hair/Barber : Orlando Coiffure in Lyon
> Make-up : Laurence – l’Atypik in Veranne
> Music : Cannibal Mosquitos