Isabel and Quentin chose the small town of Pougnadoresse in Provence, France for their intimate wedding for two main reasons: (1) Most of Isabel’s family had never been to France (where Quentin was born) and (2) because it is where Quentin’s father spends a good part of the year. There they booked the only church in town, which just about fit their number of guests (around 125). The closest “big” town, Uzes, was where they found the perfect reception venue, Le Duché d’Uzès, a beautiful castle that required little dressing up. Old stone walls, towers and spires, hanging vines, olive trees and various flowers, and two main courtyards set the scene for a wedding that looked like it came straight out of a picture book.
We love how the couple put so much thought into highlighting the venue and complementing everything strategically. The result was a setting perfectly conducive to a celebration of love and the gathering of families. This set had us dreaming about a visit to France and we’re sure it’ll have the same effect on you! Enjoy scrolling through these photos by Studio Cabrelli!