Photo-reportage mariage

A rustic wedding at Domaine de Malassise

It’s quite precious to follow your life’s path… A little more than a year ago, Marine and Basile contacted me to tell me about their wedding project.

A few months after our meeting, it was around a family session that I discovered this beautiful family: two adorable children and their Australian shepherd, their most faithful friend

The D-day on the Domaine de Malassise

A year later, on the wedding day, I went to their house for the preparations. I was particularly touched to see my photos hanging on the wall and almost moved to participate again in a stage of their life journey.

Like all the weddings of this period, the restrictions of lockdown brought a lot of doubts in people’s minds. Is this the right time? Is our wedding going to be the one we’ve been waiting for?

Finally, the summer period was better and we got our lives back together little by little.

For Marine and Basile, it was a relief, their wedding could take place in the best conditions. So on D-Day, the secular ceremony took place under beautiful sunshine. It was very moving. Moreover, it was an opportunity to discover more intimately their history.

As the day went by, I was, as always, happy to capture such memories.

Tradition has always honored the bridal bouquet toss. However, Marine opted for another thing : the ribbon game. Several ribbons were wrapped around her bouquet. Each of her friends was holding a piece, and to the rhythm of the music, she cut the ribbons one after the other. A beautiful moment of complicity between the bride and her friends.

This wedding proved to me once again why I loved my job so much: the magic of creating memories with you AND for you.

Marine feedback :

“It’s moving to think that our adventure with you is ending, after the family photo shoot and then the wedding…You have been a very important person at our side.  Thank you so much for everything. And maybe our paths will cross again?”

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