Love is in the air here on the French Riviera 💕
While Paris might be known as the city of love, with its breathtaking scenery, stunning coastline and golden light, the French Riviera is a destination for lovers. A fascinating mix of modernity and tradition, the French Riviera is the perfect spot to celebrate a special moment with your favourite person. Famous for its glamorous beach resorts, colourful cities and charming hilltop villages, it’s almost impossible not to fall in love on the French Riviera, so with Valentine’s Day just around the corner, where better to hire a venue for an extra special celebration.
Congratulations! You’ve said yes to the love of your life and now it’s time to start thinking about your big day. As romantic as it is beautiful, the French Riviera is the ideal location to enjoy a truly unique wedding. To help you organise your dream day, we’ve put together a useful guide to planning your ceremony and reception in the South of France. We’ve covered it all from when to start planning to how to how to find the very best venues across the Riviera plus with top tips from people who’ve been there and done it themselves. Read on to learn more about planning the perfect French Riviera wedding celebration below:
Make a timeline:
As with any big event, the earlier you start to plan, the more time you’ll have to organise all those little details which will make your big day so special. We recommend planning your French Riviera wedding around a year in advance if possible to ensure you have plenty of time but we also know that sometimes time is of the essence so if necessary we can help you make decisions and keep you on track with the planning process.
“I’m American and I married my French husband in Ramatuelle in 2018.
My best piece of advice is if you are having a civil ceremony, try to
get your paperwork together as soon as possible, especially if you are
a foreign citizen. You may need to travel to your consulate or order
copies of your birth certificate from your home country before having
them translated into French. I didn’t wait until the last minute, but
I do wish I had started getting everything together earlier.”