DIY Wedding in France
Last week I was proud to be associated with a DIY wedding at Chateau de Trichot near Thezac in the Lot et Garrone. When I say DIY I mean that the bride to be plus helpers all worked together to arrange the wedding. Not unusual you may think but what I thought was odd was that none of the wedding party including the bride or groom to be had even visited the wedding venue nor had they had any help from anyone local or associated with the venue. Using the venue website and some images I took during my pre-wedding visit they totally planned out every detail of the wedding themselves. They arrived on the Tuesday before the Thursday wedding armed with all they needed and went about decorating and preparing the wedding setting. They brought in white roses in their suitcases along with candles, petals, cake, signs, lights in fact everything they needed. They did collect foliage from the gardens but the rest arrived in suitcases or cars from England.
I along with the caterers, band and celebrant were not imported!
When I arrived everything looked just right and what followed was a beautiful relaxed wedding day. Everybody just chipped in and helped out and made it the wonderful day it was.
Well done Billie-Jo, Neil and co.
The wedding of Neil and Billie-Jo Smith was amazing the venue was brilliant and everything came together as planned it was just perfect very relaxed and everyone enjoyed it very much
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