Weddings can become a comfortable exercise in predicability, not because their tradition loses validity, but because we plan them according to what we feel they should be rather than what we actually want. We invite you to consider the alternative: your wedding as the truest reflection of your love story — sometimes weddings are elaborate local affairs with all of your nearest and dearest, and sometimes weddings are quiet destinations in lovely château with just one very near and dear. Today’s feature happens to be the latter!
A word from photographer, Lynzie Hazan of Bonphotage:
“This inspiration shoot at Chateau de Tourreau was designed to showcase all the beauty that comes alone with an intimate destination wedding in the Provencial French countryside.
As the day began the bride was able to take a few moments alone and soak in all the beauty of the chateau before stepping out onto the sun-drenched terrace to take in the view of the perfectly maintained grounds. The bride changed into a stunning, plunging-back gown and carried a breathtaking pink and white peony filled bouquet with accent of fresh fruit from Jardin de Provence. Once she was ready, she strolled down the grand staircase to meet her love.
The couple enjoyed some special moments walking around the garden, admiring the ivy-covered walls of the chateau, and the groom managed to steal a few kisses out on the terrace.
After a private and intimate ceremony, the couple was whisked off in a black BMW to enjoy their first few moments as husband and wife! The couple spent the rest of the days on their honeymoon sipping local wine from the region and relaxing in their private infinity pool. A dream come true! This romantic day was planned to perfection by Regine Danielle Events.”
photographer: Bonphotage / venue: Château de Torreau / stylist and planner: Regine Danielle Events / floral designer: Jardin de Provence / dress designer: Alyssa Kristin / men’s formalwear: Hugo Boss / film lab: Richard Photo Lab / calligraphy: Owl Post Calligraphy / car: BMW / models: Josh Faulkner and Joelle Berckmans