WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY PROVENCE, ANTIBES
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So to start us of…. Letter A
Antibes is a resort town on the French Riviera (Côte d’Azur). Certainly, today it’s known for luxury yachts moored at the Port Vauban marina. It’s deeper roots go back to the days of Henry III. 16th century star-shaped Fort Carré is proudly standing at the high point of Cap d’Antibes peninsula. Looking even deeper into the history of Antibes will reveal the origins of it’s name.
Greeks founded Antibes in 4th century BC and named it Antipolis.
From around the middle of 19th century Antibes started to attract the wealthy. Luxurious villas started to appear on the forested Cap d’Antibes peninsula. One of the most luxurious place being the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc. Built in 1870, it has defined elegance on the French Riviera ever since.
Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc weddings are incredibly stylish events. Managed with a perfect precision, the hotel offers magical views and romantic settings. Exactly the kind the South of France weddings dreams are made of!
One of the most notable attractions of Antibes must be Picasso Museum. In the 1940s Pablo Picasso lived in the Chateau Grimaldi right by the rocky sea coast. Today this imposing building is the only museum in the world solely dedicated to Picasso.
Depending on your plans, wedding photography Provence, Antibes can be relaxed or stylised, refined or rustic.
Try and close your eyes and imagine your perfect wedding day. As an illustration, does it include sea views, palm trees, sunshine, elegantly dressed wedding guests, crystal champagne coupes? Or perhaps, all those magical views but your wedding guest seated on picnic rugs under parasols on the beach? A glass of Provence Rose in one hand and a sticky bun in the other?
Settling on the kind of ambience you want at your wedding is the first step in making your dream wedding a reality.
Provence is a popular place for destination weddings. The glorious views, good weather and a fine selection of luxurious wedding venues certainly makes it a desirable place to get married.
Couples from all over the world, especially from England, Ireland, USA, Hong Kong and many other countries make a journey to the South of France to celebrated their love.
The most popular airports are:
As well as over a dozen smaller airports and aerodromes to land a smaller airplane.
Truly, this simple Italian cocktail has become the drink of summer. With a similar colour and taste to Campari (but sweeter) it’s a popular aperitif anywhere in Provence. The distinctive bright orange drink with lots of ice and slices of orange is served throughout the day and late into the evening.
To make at home:
- 3 parts prosecco
- 2 parts Aperol
- 1 part soda water
- Slice of orange
What does Aperol Spritz (or any wine spritz) has in common with Austria – look HERE.
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