Top 7 Wedding Venues in France from Le Secret d'Audrey
My friend Audrey Neracoulis, a well known French photographer, travels all around the world taking photos for weddings, engagements, and even groups of friends. She also happens to be the queen of boudoir shoots, which I love because she’s a champion for women feeling sexy and confident. She really has a good eye for finding beauty and romance in spaces, so I asked her to share her top 7 favorite venues to shoot at in France. Even if you aren’t getting married you can Pin all these dreamy spots to visit on your next trip to France. Oh and maybe Audrey can squeeze you in her schedule for your own romantic shoot.
" Chateau de Vaux le Vicomte is a mini Versailles that will wow your guests when they enter the main salon."
"The stairs at Chateau de Chantilly are such an iconic view and you can imagine that you are traveling in time when walking through the corridors of the chateau to get to the dinner. "
" Villa Ephrussi has an incredible view at sunset over the Mediterranean sea, also perfect for firework over the water at night."
" Opera Garnier is the most exclusive venue in France. The staircases are just majestic and for the bride entrance there is no better way to make an impression. "
Photo by Jean-Pierre Delagarde
" Domaine de Capelongue is wonderful if you time your wedding during the lavender season. You will enjoy the cocktail time surrounded by lavender and the sun sets right over the fields. It’s the most magical experience around the pool."
"The chapel at Chateau de Tourreau is perfect for an intimate wedding and you can have an outdoor dinner right under the chateau windows."
"Each room at Chateau du Grand Luce is carefully decorated and they have a space that is ideal for each moment of the wedding day. I love each angle for photos! "
All photos by Audrey Neracoulis.
You can contact Audrey via her website and follow along on her adventures around Paris and Provence via her instagram @audreyparisphoto