A original and rock wedding in France
At the end of the 2017 season, I had the chance to cover a rock and original wedding in Brittany, of a Belgian couple. 200 guests gathered at the magnificent Plessis Kaër manor in Morbihan facing the Auray river. Like the bride and groom, the whole day was not very conventional, and filled with good surprises. We started the day with a religious ceremony in what is surely one of the most beautiful places in Brittany that I have seen. The little Saint Philibert chapel and its starry sky.
Then we continued with a very lively cocktail, to the rhythm of a rockabilly / country group. Rather rare choice for a wedding cocktail, but nevertheless excellent! The guests already had swarming legs, impatient to be on the dance floor, and spontaneously started dancing before going to dinner.
In the heat of the action, the groom will be convinced by the live band and the restless guests to sing for his wife. An improvisation from which he will do rather well! The day still goes by like a flash, and it is already time for the first dance, or rather the first song, because once again, the newlyweds had chosen to surprise and open the ball by singing rather than dancing! So many beautiful things happened in this marriage that it would be difficult to tell everything in a blog post. I hope that the photos capture the atmosphere of the day well and that you, visitors to this site, will be able to feel through my images all these good vibrations, this good mood that there was during this day.
Thank you Mick and Joanne for trusting me, and of course a huge thank you to my great wedding planner Gaëlle de Gaëlle Weddings who also trusted me, and who did a huge job before, during and after this day so that everything runs smoothly with flawless organization.