Welcome to the kingdom of Princes and Princesses. Imagine these historic walls, just one hour 30 minutes drive south of Paris, in the beautiful Burgundy region, as the setting for your exclusive destination wedding. Hire of the castle is exclusive over 2 or 3 days so you will welcome your guests in total intimacy for your wedding in your very own Domain in France! What more can you ask for to create the perfect fairytale wedding that you will remember for the rest of your lives?
Seeing the Traditional Provençal Style Castle for the first time, you might quite justifiably think that it was result of several centuries of changes and additions. In fact the castle was built in exactly one year, in 1927. Couëlle, the famous architect, visionary and ecologist, was only 26 years old in 1927 when he designed this building. It was just one of a series for which he was responsible in the region between the two World Wars. The Traditional Provençal Style Castle assembles architectural elements from the 12th, 15th and 16th centuries. These elements came from ruins in the Pyrenees and Provence, and in giving them a new life in a new building, he saved them from destruction.
A destination wedding at this luxury residence in Provence will provide you and your guests with modern comforts in a historic setting. This luxurious castle located in the heart of Provence was originally built in 1712, was burned during the French Revolution and re-built in 1846 using stones from the city walls of nearby Carpentras. The 90 acre / 35 hectare estate with winding pathways and rich in history provides a plethora of possibilities for you to celebrate your wedding abroad.
Transport yourself and your guest to another time, of distinguished elegance. Located near La Baule, 45 minutes from Nantes by car, this stunning venue is located between land and sea.
Situated just west of Cannes, the Panormaic Artist's Castle occupies a magnificent seafront site first settled by the Romans more than 2,000 years ago. Originally erected by the Villeneuve family during the 14th century, the fortress was destroyed and rebuilt eight times before it was transformed into a glass factory in the 19th century. In 1918, the American artist Henry Clews acquired the ruined property, which he restored with his wife, Marie Elsie Whelen Goelet. Two towers, Saracen and Romanesque, were integrated into the walled complex ; a turreted gatehouse, tall ramparts and sea view terraces reflect the Clews’ own eclectic taste.
The castle is an architectural masterpiece. Often considered to be a “Little Versailles”, it is conveniently located less than an hour away from Paris. This castle perfectly combines the exclusivity of a royal estate with its proximity and easy access to Paris
The gates are pushed open to this magnificent estate, as the valiant knight gallops through, on a majestic white stallion, towards the center stairway across from the elegant statue fountain. The knight climbs the stone staircases and looks through the grand windows of the square chateau, he sees his bride-to-be, sitting on a thirteenth century stone bench in the interior courtyard of the estate. He rushes to her, as she throws her beautiful and delicate arms around him. Picking her up, sweeping her feet past the newly blooming tulips, prepares her for the awe-inspiring event of their chateau wedding night, just outside the outer walls. She smiles blissfully up at the radiant sun upon her face, as her dreams become reality
With the quill resting in its glass ink holder, you sign the registry with your new married name; signing with elegance just as the kings and queens of France have before you. A castle honeymoon, castle wedding, or reception is on a grand scale of elegance within the castle grounds. In your wedding attire, stroll over the moss-covered stone bridge; resting briefly to smile upon one another as you smell the yellow and purple tulips in the royal gardens. An amazing secluded royal traditional French wedding awaits you.
For those among you who love French history and dream of getting married in a castle in the beautiful Loire Valley, also known as the Valley of the Kings, you will fall in love with this majestic castle built in white stone which commands the surrounding countryside. Its romantic and whimsical air immediately bring to mind the decadence of the 18th century when it was rebuilt, in true Marie-Antoinette style.
14th century renaissance architecture typifies the 150-acre Loire Valley estate.
Once the setting for the television show Joe Millionaire on Fox, it has long been a royal residence of French aristocrats.
Vaulted ceilings combined with velvet chairs resting on hand made parquet floors lit from each corner create a sense of divinity.