To any regular visitors of my blog, and specifically those that have read about my weddings in France, you’ll know I have an absolute love for this country!! I was fortunate to travel there most summers with my family as a child growing up in the 90’s, we regularly visited the west and south coasts of France, with fond memories of driving the long and straight roads sandwiched between my 2 brothers in the back of a Montego estate!! Things have changed a little since then, I now have a very different reason to visit this beautiful country, and that’s as a wedding photographer! Weddings in France are truly something else, and I’ve had the pleasure of visiting Champagne, the Dordogne, and Gers, to document couples on their big day as a France wedding photographer. I’m super excited to be shooting in Corsica for the first time in 2017, with some new trips to Provence and the Languedoc also lined up.
If you’d like to see some recent weddings I’ve photographed in France, you can check out Hannah and Toby, who got married at the amazing Château de Puissentut in the heart of the Gers in South-West France. And then there’s Claire and Dave, whose Castelnau des Fieumarcon wedding just outside of Lagarde was something special!
For France weddings I always travel 2 days before the day of the ceremony, this allows for any travel disruptions, but also gives me time to scout the location and meet my clients on location the day before. To find out more about my rates for weddings in France, please visit my destination weddings page.
Check my availability and request an eBrochure – I limit my diary to 25 weddings per year, this allows me to be fresh for each and every wedding I shoot, and to give 100% to each of my couples. If I’m already booked or unable to shoot on your date, I will be happy to make some recommendations. I do receive between 200-300 enquiries per year, so if you are interested in working with me, please fill out the contact form below;
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