A-Z of wedding photography Provence: Cannes, Chateau, Curate and Champagne

 french chateau wedding


And so, our fun alphabetical guide into wedding photography in Provence continues with the letter C.

Don’t forget that you can contribute to my guide as we are going through it. So, feel free to GET IN TOUCH.


Cannes is a world famous city on the French Riviera. Every year it hosts Cannes Film Festival – a major International film festival in Europe. Palme d’Or is the most prestigious award of the festival. Like Promenade des Anglais in Nice, Cannes has it’s own place to be seen –  Promenade de la Croisette. The old town, Le Suquet, holds a top position high up on the hill overlooking la Croisette. This is the perfect place for your wedding photography Provence, Cannes.

View over Cannes, wedding photographer, South of France

Streets of Cannes, photographer south of FranceStreets of Cannes, photographer south of France


Provence offers an incredibly wide choice of wedding venues and Provence chateau must be at the top of that list. Dreamy and romantic, extensive or exclusive and petit they offer that elegant, decadent an refined setting for your wedding. The choice is vast!

Chateau de Rochegude

A fine example of a Provence Chateau – Chateau de Rochegude stands proud in the calm surroundings of the vineyards. Besides the spectacular views, it offers spacious grand rooms with private terraces, a swimming pool and private parkland with deer. As a member of the Relais & Châteaux association, it maintains high standards of accommodation and fine dining in a traditional atmosphere.


The French curé is the chief priest of a parish. It’s worth mentioning that a priest can only marry you in the eyes of the Church. To get married legally in France, you have to visit a city hall for un mariage à la mairie before your church ceremony.

South of France wedding, photographer French Riviera

South of France wedding, photographer French Riviera


Ahh, Champagne – the drink of elegance and success. The incredible marketing achievement of cunning manufacturers of the 17th, 18th and 19th century who worked hard to associate champagne with nobility and royalty. The unmistakable taste of bubbles which goes straight to your head. A fun fact – the Victorian champagne coupe – according to legend, was designed using a mould of Marie Antoinette’s left breast as a birthday present to her husband, Louis XVI.

If you love your champagne you must visit Épernay and it’s most famous street  Avenue de Champagne which features the leading Champagne manufacturers.


Looking for a wedding photographer in the South of France? Or perhaps you know someone who is planning their French Rivera wedding? I’d love to hear more – feel free to GET IN TOUCH <3

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