French Inspired Organic Wedding Ideas

Olive and Almond groves, sandstone and lavender. Provence France is heaven on earth. The perfect backdrop for our shoot with Gian Marco and Charlotte who live in the South of France. Gian Marco and Charlotte have been together for over three years and have some experience behind the camera yet have never had an opportunity to have photos taken together as a couple. We couldn’t have picked a better backdrop than the Le Hameux Des Baux which had the perfect balance of traditional architecture and modern interior design. It’s everything you could want in a venue and more.

Kerry Bracken our coordinator helped us source the venue and after working there, it’s one that we highly recommend. We cannot wait to return to Provence this 2014 for more destination weddings and we’re already taking assignments on for June, September and October 2014.

See more inspiration from this beautiful location from Feather and Stone on Grey Likes Weddings today!

Photography: Feather and Stone | Venue: Le Hameau Des Baux  | Planning & Styling: Lavender & Rose Weddings | Hair & Make-up: Camille Bonardi | Gowns: Zahavit Tshuba

11 Responses to “French Inspired Organic Wedding Ideas”

  1. Chloe

    So beautiful! These two were an absolute dream to photograph and such lovely people too! Seth & Tenielle of Feather & Stone fame are such pros – every single one of these images was crafted and directed to perfection.

  2. Amy


    But why is it called “Italian Inspired” when it is set in and is beautifully showcasing and discusing Provence’s town of Beaux in the South of France?

  3. Greg

    Absolutely stunning images from an absolutely stunning workshop ! Seth&Tenielle are such great photographers and beautiful people inside and out. Every moment spent with them has been so inspiring.

  4. Katy Lunsford

    Sublime images of a gorgeous couple in a stunning location from super-talented, inspirational and just downright lovely photographers :) What a treat it was to be part of this workshop! Seth & Tenielle you have captured the essence of Provence in these images. Perfection!

  5. nicole

    I see the designer is Zahavit Tshuba, but do you happen to know the style name or number of the dress? The maker is pretty tough to get ahold of in Tel Aviv!


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