When thinking of our closest continental neighbour, the word ‘romance’ frequently comes to mind. That and ‘glamorous’, two words you’d probably wish to describe your wedding in France. Be it the chic Parisian streets or cosmopolitan, palm-tree lined beaches of Cannes and Nice; the rolling vineyard-covered countryside of Provence or the waterways and castles of Alsace, everything about France makes it such a perfect place for a destination wedding. Weddings in France are just as varied as the country itself, with ceremonies being held everywhere from grand old hotels to sandy beaches, terraces of country chateaus and riverside halls. Expect a sumptuous feast and world famous wines to see in your first hours as a married couple.
Getting married in France is like tying the knot in a home from home, much of the country being within a matter of hours from our shores via either train or plane. We’ll help you make the most of your budget with flexible payment plans, dates extending into 2023 and low deposits of just £99. What’s more, you’ll be covered by both ATOL & ABTA. Browse our diverse range of French wedding packages and venues below.
When it comes to one of the biggest days of your life, don’t leave it to chance. Our expert wedding planners have contributed to us being rated ‘Excellent’ on Trustpilot and they’ll work closely with you to give a truly personal touch, providing assistance at every step of the way. Our readymade packages have been designed to include everything you could need at affordable prices, whilst we can also create a tailormade day for you and your guests. Our wish is your command – get in touch to talk to us about your French wedding.
Witnesses instead of bridesmaids and groomsmen, the groom escorting his mother down the aisle, cocktail hours andCroquembouche
. These are typical sights at a French wedding. Traditionally, there are two ceremonies – civil and symbolic – over two days. And lastly, French couples absolutely must have French food and wine at their wedding – so expect plenty of red Bordeaux, beef bourguignon and dauphinoise potatoes.