Planning a Destination Wedding - Why France is the Perfect Choice
The importance of choosing the right wedding location
If you ask someone married what they were most worried about when planning their wedding, chances are the answer will be the venue. It’s important to lock down a venue if you want to have the perfect wedding. The location plays a significant role in setting the theme and making every bride-to-be’s dreams come true. The moment you put down the deposit and confirm the date is usually when reality hits—you’re getting married!
Have you considered France?
Best known as the country of love, France has made a name for itself as one of the world’s most romantic places. Its reputation makes it the ideal location to pledge your lifelong vows to your partner. The picturesque landscapes, to-die-for cuisine, excellent wines, and dreamy atmosphere is breathtaking. It’s no wonder France has become a fantasy destination wedding location for couples from around the world.
You can get married in France all year round, but the most popular months to hold a wedding in the country are May, June, and September.
Themes to choose from for a perfect french wedding
Turn back time with a vintage theme
A popular choice is vintage as it brings together the best of rustic and shabby chic. A vintage French theme defines itself with simple elements for a charming, elegant feel. People often recognise this theme by a pastel colour palette (such as peach, lilac, baby blue, and pale pink). When incorporating a vintage theme, consider using French linens, old books, dried lavender, crocheted doilies, and crystal vases for decor.
Be patriotic by going Parisian
Sail the French rivers with something nautical
With its impeccable use of red, white, and blue, a nautical themed wedding is perfect for those who want a timeless, yet playful feel for their big day. Hold a nautical-themed destination wedding in France. When it comes to decorations, paper boats, rope, driftwood, and shells are perfect. Another cute design trick that will surely win your guests over is putting their names in bottles to act as charming placeholders.