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Your Wedding in France can be the most special day,
wherever the destination, and it is the wedding photographer in France
that tells the full story,and captures all the important memories ..... forever.

Planning a wedding in France, in the French Riviera, south of France,
in cities such as Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, Cannes, Monaco Monte Carlo,
or on the Cote d'Azure,Beaulieu, Mandelieu-La Napoule, Saint Tropez, Antibes, Nice, Paris, or your wedding in a castle in France, Nice, Antibes, Valbonne, Vence, Saint Paul, Grasse, Gourdon...

Wedding Planner France

You have chosen the destination for your wedding ceremony ........
The church has been booked, the wedding gown/dress has been made-to-measure,
the invitations have been sent out, and the honeymoon destination has been chosen.
But what about the wedding photographer in France
who will make your wedding a day to remember ?

The secret is in the reportage wedding photography services that we offer.........
non-posey, unexpected, and with an original twist.
This is exactly Italian wedding photographer Adamo Morgese's style.

Adamo's style is unobtrusive and non-invasive: "fly-on-the-wall".
A wedding photographer at his finest and most subtle.
He will know that you are there,
but you will hardly realise that you are being captured 'on film'.
This is reportage WEDDING PHOTOGRAPY as it happens.

With a relaxed working style, he captures both formal and candid moments
from your wedding, in black and white, and colour.

Professional Photographer France

Weddings in France

Get married in France! France will provide you with countless options for your wedding, whether you envision a chic, contemporary ceremony in Paris, or a more traditional celebration in the Cote Azure: Jean Cap Ferrat Villefranche Beaulieu Mandelieu are just some of the places.
A good Wedding Planner in France will help your to get married in France with no headache

The country of France is comprised of 22 regions: the Alps, Pyrenees, and Vosges mountain ranges, along with the Rhone Valley; the Mediterranean coast, which boasts the popular French Riviera; the Northern regions with the capital city, Paris.Tthe Southern regions, areas like Provence with Marseilles and Avignon, Cannes, island, Antibes in the Côte d'Azur.
Burgundy, Champagne, and the Loire Valley, all renowned for their wine production, among other things; and of course the historically-known Northern areas of Normandy and Brittany. As France’s regions are many, and full of fascinating cities, towns, and lovely scenery, this list provides only a general idea of the many areas in which you can choose to have your wedding in France.

Although the climate and weather of France varies across its different regions and landscapes, it is possible to find areas of the country year-round that will host your marriage in France beautifully and comfortably. For instance, the Northern regions of France are temperate year-round, while the summers of the Northeast are warm. While the more mountainous areas are, of course, characterized by an alpine climate, with cooler summers, the Atlantic coast is temperate throughout the year, and the south boasts a lovely Mediterranean climate, with hot, dry summers and mild winters.

The history of France, the third-largest nation in Europe, like that of every other country, is one of conquering and being conquered, resulting in periods of stability interspersed with times of great change. Whether it be the Germanic Franks overtaking the country from Rome (who earlier conquered the Celtic Gauls), or the initial slaughter and eventual protection of the Protestant Huguenots during the Sixteenth Century Wars of Religion, France’s history is characterized by conflict on many levels: cultural, racial, religious, political, and social. This conflict, however, has left France with both a fascinating and well-known past (with leaders like Napoleon Bonaparte and Madame la Guillotine, rebels-become-legend like Jeanne d’Arc, and uprisings like the July 14, 1789 storming of the Bastille prison), and a present culture rich in heritage and strength (A member of the European Union, with the euro in place as officially currency since the beginning of the Twenty-First Century, France now falls among the most important of the current world powers.)

This rich and varied heritage has been expressed throughout the ages in many ways. The French people take their culture very seriously, and the evidence of this passion for their country and heritage is expressed through many art centers devoted to the fashion industry, a number of renowned art museums in the cities, and cinematic festivals held at different times throughout the year. France’s heritage in the arts is particularly rich, as the country is able to boast names such as Henri Matisse, Vincent Van Gogh, Albert Camus, and Victor Hugo, among a host of others. The French hold fêtes (celebrations, or festivals) at various different parts of the year, which add to the cultural experience of any visitor to this country, and will enliven the atmosphere of your own celebration of marriage in France.

The country of France is particularly renowned for its food and drink. Once a less industrial, more agricultural country, France still leads much of the world in wine production; the wines of the Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhone, and Champagne regions are celebrated around the world, and the cheeses which have made France famous can be found in abundance in every village and city. Also known for its delicious breads, France boasts bakeries and markets that abound and can provide you with every type of pastry, as well as simpler breads, from croissants to baguettes to brioches. In the typical French restaurant, you will be served the traditional three-course meal, complete with various hors d’oeuvre, substantial main courses (usually fish or some type of meat), and mouth-watering desserts, including variations on the pastries, pies, and chocolates for which France is known. The excitement of France’s bustling street markets will not only provide you with the freshest assortment of food, but will also contribute to the authenticity and ambiance of your wedding reception in France. The hypermarkets, on the other hand, with their enormous selections of cheese, fruit, and vegetables, will enable you to find the food you need quickly and easily, so you can move on to the more important parts of your celebration.


As you celebrate your wedding in France, the beauty, history, and culture of this country, both past and present, ancient and modern, will contribute to beautiful, lasting memories. The most important event of your life should be well-celebrated, and the fusion of style and tradition in France will make that possible.

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