Today’s bride says some really lovely things: “All of us have at some point attended one of those soulless weddings, where you sit there with your foie gras wondering what exactly it is you’re meant to be celebrating. So it’s important that, through this day, you tell your story.”

Enjoy yourself, tell your story, and make this day a really special time ;)

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“After years, two babies, and still no proposal, I had almost accepted it – emphasis on “almost”.

It might have taken my Didier a bit of time, but one fine day he invited me on a surprise romantic weekend, and there you have it. As soon as he told me the destination, I knew.

It was in Barcelona – mild, festive, by the mediterranean, the city where we met, our favourite place – that he asked me to marry him, tears in his eyes – how blissful.”

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Christophe and Vanessa of Sweet Candy Photographie form a great little duo, who don’t miss even the smallest little moment of magic!

With their affectionate view of these lovely events, and a style that’s just a little bit retro, the couples that have entrusted them with their day are full of praise for their work.

mariage conseils

1 – If you don’t enjoy organizing the wedding, feel free to delegate. It’s a time that should be unique and unforgettable, but finding inspiration and a common thread is not that simple for everyone, or you just might not have the time.

But that is exactly what will make your wedding a success; all of us have at some point attended one of those soulless weddings, where you sit there with your foie gras wondering what exactly it is you’re meant to be celebrating. So it’s important that, through this day, you tell your story.

2 – Have total confidence in your service providers. If you have chosen them it’s because you believed in their talent, so on the big day relax and leave them to it. Julie from the Wedding&co agency took the reins for the big day – she orchestrated what I had been thinking of and dreaming about for months, and I never doubted the result. They were all incredible.

3 – If possible, prolong this time. We had another 3 days at the mas (a provençal farmhouse) after the wedding, so we were able to make the most of having our friends and family there, as well as staying in our little bubble for a bit longer.

> The venueLe Mas de So in Laudun-l’Ardoise (30)

> PhotographySweet Candy Photographie

> The clothes:

Marion: dress by Fabienne Alagama

Didier: suit by Gilles Masson tailoring

> CateringEntre Amis Traiteur

> Wedding planner: Wedding&Co

> Sound and lighting: Partouche Evènements

> Floral decorations: Canopea Design

> Stationery: Studio de Luce

> Videographer: Love Story

> Hairdressing: the very best – a friend, Franck Nemoz