Saturday, February 24, 2024
CEOWORLD magazine - Latest - Lifestyle and Travel - Best Wedding Destinations in France

Lifestyle and Travel

Best Wedding Destinations in France

France is a land of striking castles, glorious farms, stunning white sandy beaches, and huge farms of olives and lavender. Some of the resorts offer their guests skiing too. Hence, it is suitable for people with any kind of interest. Moreover, its people also offer top-level hospitality. All this makes France one of the top selected wedding destinations in the world. Moreover, you can also club your honeymoon here itself (being one of the most romantic places in the world). Now, let’s have a look at the best wedding destinations in the country.

  1. Wedding in a Castle
    If you are someone who has quite a good number of guests and hence, is concerned about the venue, ‘castle’ is the best option for you. France is home to magnificent castles, which are not just for tourism but for lavish weddings too. The castles are huge with astonishing surroundings and cover a huge part of French culture and history. Chateau Bouffemont, Chateau de Saint-Martory, Chateau Challain, Domaine d’Essendiéras, Chateau de la Couronne are some of the most astonishing castles in the country where you can easily plan your wedding ceremony.
  2. A Farm Wedding
    When thought of farm life, all that comes to our mind is organic cotton, eroded wood, and vintage pieces. So, yes! A ‘farm wedding’ does give a vintage kind of feel! All this coupled with flowers, red wine, garden, and cake decorations don’t fail to render a warm and sophisticated ambiance to the ceremony. So those who want it simple and elegant yet beautiful are welcomed for farm weddings. Cowboy looks can be adapted to give a more dramatic look! Overall, it is a charming and refreshing experience.
  3. A Romantic Beach Wedding
    There is much more in France than the glorious castles, hotels, and farmhouses where you can get married. The whole country is filled with romance, where beaches happen to be the most romantic ones and France is the land of some of the most stunning beaches in the world. Beach wedding is almost everyone’s dream, especially if it’s in France. Uttering ‘I do’ when the alluring sea waves hit the rocks and white sand gives a perfect contrast to the setting sun is a heavenly feel. Adorable surroundings, unique architecture, and magnificent views keep everyone astounding.
  4. Wedding in a Vineyard
    Who could have thought of getting married in a vineyard? Strange but yes, it is possible only in France. Just imagine taking wedding vows with the vines and glorious sunset in the background! Exciting, isn’t it? This natural place with greenery all around is a simple yet elegant location for a serene wedding. No or fewer flowers are required for the decor, as the place itself is well decorated with natural beauty. The wedding ceremony while the orange Sun is setting, followed by the dinner in vines would be cherished and remembered for life.
  5. Wedding in a Lavender/Olive Field
    The blooming time of lavender in Provence is generally from the end of June to the beginning of August. So, wedding affairs during this time happen to be the best amidst prospering magnificent lavenders. So, if you are looking for a romantic and intimate escape for your wedding, lavender fields are the best to choose from. The couple as well as the guests would fall in love with these places, owing to the color, fragrance, and breathtaking sceneries. Flowers, champagne, and sunset set the best combination for the ceremony.

Add CEOWORLD magazine to your Google News feed.
Follow CEOWORLD magazine headlines on: Google News, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.
Thank you for supporting our journalism. Subscribe here.
For media queries, please contact:
CEOWORLD magazine - Latest - Lifestyle and Travel - Best Wedding Destinations in France
Ryan Miller
Ryan Miller is CEOWORLD magazine's executive editor of news, writing analysis, and long-form reporting. In his role, he coordinates and tracks the publication of special packages, magazine stories, and the publication’s signature lists. He's a somewhat long-suffering supporter of Manchester United F.C. and a genuinely long-suffering fan of the Los Angeles Clippers.