Destination Wedding Photographer in the Provence
 

Destination Wedding Photographer in the Provence, the South of France.

Today I want to share a sunny wedding shoot in the most beautiful and lovingly restored Le Clos Saint Estève.
The Provence is the ultimate place for your destination wedding in France. As a destination wedding photographer I just love to create powerful lifetime memories and with the ancient limestone villages and the warm, soft unique light of the Provence you are sure to have a perfect backdrop for your wedding photos.

Domaine Clos St Esteve is a beautiful Provencal property located in the South of France, surrounded by gardens of lavender, roses and olive trees.  Authentically restored in the traditional style, with modern touches of luxury, this former wine producing estate now serves as a top destination for those in search of a charming boutique bed & breakfast or venue for an intimate wedding or celebration with their closest friends and family.
If you are thinking of having a destination wedding in the South of France, where your family and friends fly in from all around the world. I recommend you have an experienced wedding planner who will take care of the organisation of your wedding.
This photo shoot was designed and organised by one of the top wedding planners in France- Haute Wedding. As a luxury wedding planner they take care of all the big and small aspects of your destination wedding so your wedding day will be memorable for everyone attending without any worries.

Lets go on an adventure together

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The Vendors for this Shoot

•Makeup: Claire Jones
•Dress: Kite and Butterfly
•Hairdresser: English Hairdresser in France
•Wedding Planning : Haute Wedding
•Gifts: Une Pincee De Provence
•Florist: Claire Jones

•Vintage Cars   Provence Classics

•Venue : Close St. Esteve by Only Provence

You can find much more information about these vendors on my blog, read the post

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