Vintage Wedding Festival

21 February 2016
Feb 21st, 2016

On the Sunday, 22nd of November 2015, at the the delightful Mas de Fauchon (Saint Cannat) ,took place the Wedding festival , with a  <<vintage Boheme>> theme, organized by wedding  planner «Toi et Moi.

The provençal farmhouse was really lovely ; framed by an attractive and well maintained grassy area. The arrival to the festival was really pleasant, and in spite of the cold that day, a radiant sun welcomed the visitors.

In a room decorated with flowers and garlands with a wedding theme, numerous creators and service providers specialized in wedding were present ,on richly decorated stalls which were all eyeing up at me… dresses designers, photographers and videasts, pastry chefs…the idéal place to prepare for the « most beautiful day of your life » !

Through the day, « « Aixtraswing »  » dancers made swing démonstrations, with the really special « swing n’phonograph » DJ on the wheels of steel.

The festival was the best moment to draft your wedding from A to Z: tasting cakes by Louis Pâtissier, trying on dresses by the creator Lie Dil , succumbing to  Mars’elle jewellery, dreaming thanks to the decoration by de Vingt Huit Janvier , discovering gift ideas for the guests : beauty with La Grande Savonerie (Soaps) or gluttony with Shantys Biscuits (with text customisation !) ; choosing your flowery bouquet with Le Jardin d’Emma’s flower shop…and not forgetting the possibility to meet directly with numerous service providers : photographe (Catherine Morana ; Studio Bodart , which I hope to detail  in a more exhaustive manner), videast (Un mariage, une histoire, wedding planner (Toi et Moi), a customisation ofephemerous décorations with a vintage thème La fabrique d’Etoiles filantes)), vintage cars rental (Pascal Cioffi), wine  Producer (Domaine de la Cadenière)….

It’s really hard to name everyone ! But I really  want to give myself an article for each crush ! had during this évent ! there are many, even though I count on presenting you first the two organizers (Toi et Moi), without them, this day would not have happened !