Getting married in Provence
Does walking down the aisle in the charm and splendour of Provence sound like your dream wedding?
Fields of lavender, gorgeous honey-coloured buildings, tiny villages set in olive groves – Provence is one of the most beautiful and unique regions in the world.
My Wedding in Provence has selected and curated exclusive agreements with the most prestigious venues in the South of France, whether it's a 17th century Chateaux, vineyards in the French countryside or a typical rustic Mas, we will welcome your guests in a magical setting and plan your special day.
We can cater from small Boho Chic weddings to extravagant and luxurious celebrations, holding your hand on every step of the way and create memories of a lifetime...
Enjoy the Provence douceur de vivre, which is warm and sunny from April to October.
Feel the Provence spirit with an outdoor ceremony surrounded by olive trees, followed by a cocktail and an evening reception in a Château forecourt.
Drink wine under the stars and party until sunrise!
It's never been easier to get to Provence..
(Avignon, Aix, Arles, Luberon, Ventoux, Camargue) are served by three airports:
Avignon: a small and friendly airport, served by Flybe from Southampton and from Birmingham in summer
Nîmes: Ryanair flies from Luton and Stansted year round, from Liverpool in summer
Marseille: British Airways flies from Heathrow year round.
From Gatwick and Luton EasyJet flies. From Bristol in the summer.
Ryanair wings over from Stansted year round and from Edinburgh year round.
Flying time is around two hours
The train may be almost as quick, and a more pleasant experience - especially until November 4, 2017 and from May 4, 2018 when the new-ish direct Eurostar service from London to Lyon, Avignon and Marseille is up and running. Up to five services a week will get you to Avignon in 5h49 and Marseille in 6h27.