Isabelle & Loic
Living in the bustling arrondissement of Montmartre in Paris, Isabelle and Loic chose to marry in a quiet countryside village about an hour outside of the city. The couple selected Château de Serans, a stone castle dating back to the 17th century, as the perfect venue to entertain family and friends. The front of the Château features an impressive staircase in the form of a horseshoe that provides sweeping views of the property, its buildings and the surrounding farmlands.
In true French form, dinner was an extravagant affair featuring an indulgent multi-course menu with plenty of wine. Between courses, friends and family made toasts and shared stories about the newlyweds, many of which led to boisterous cheers and waving of napkins in the air – an old French tradition! After dinner and dancing, guests were served Croquembouche, the traditional French wedding cake.
After the wedding, the couple says their favorite part of the celebration was the beginning of dinner. "The atmosphere in the room was amazing, everybody was so happy and excited. It was a great moment."