Anne Mulvihill + Nancy Latarte, Fête in France
Did you know that most destination weddings in France are symbolic ceremonies? Neither did I.
Photos courtesy of Fête in France
Sooo many dream of having a destination wedding in Paris, France and THESE ladies have planned HUNDREDS of events in France and have made QUITE a name for themselves in the industry.
Anne Mulvihill and Nancy Latart of the uber-popular Paris boutique event and wedding planning agency, Fête in France want to help you understand everything there is to know about getting married in Paris - make that all of France. So much so that they sat with me for about an hour and let me ask as maaany questions as I could. Clocking hundreds of events, this dynamic duo gives us a peek “behind the veil” of destination wedding planning in France and shares the wealth on everything from avoiding residency requirements and the best/worst wedding months, to choosing vendors and their favorite venues and so much more!
Now, Anne and Nancy may have the most comprehensive Show Notes thus far because they shared so many venues, photos and french traditions - and it’s all below just for you!
Anne and Nancy of Fête in France run the most experienced wedding planning agency in Paris and specialize in luxury events all over France for an international clientele.
They have been featured in numerous publications including Martha Stewart Weddings and they have entered DestiLand and agreed to be our DestiPros + Bridefriends for the day and share their BEST tips for destination wedding planning and share some great stories.
FÊTE IN FRANCE INTERVIEW DETAILS
How to plan a destination wedding in France including the ever-so-popular Paris
Is it important to visit your destination before your wedding date?
What to do if you cannot visit your destination?
The best and worst months to have a wedding in Paris, France
How to get around the residency requirement and have your destination wedding in France
What makes a great destination wedding planner?
Religious ceremony options
Destination wedding planner vs. destination wedding coordinator
Money saving tips
Reasons to love France
Ways to infuse French traditions into your destination wedding
Most destination weddings in France are symbolic ceremonies!
The Red Dress
Photos courtesy of Greg Finck
ANNE & NANCY'S FAVORITE DESTINATION WEDDING VENUES IN FRANCE
on Symbolic vs. Civil Ceremonies for destination weddings…
A Croquembouche (or Croque-en-bouche) is a French dessert traditionally served at weddings, baptisms, and first communions. They are pastry balls piled into a cone and bound with threads of caramel and occasionally decorated with sparklers. What a treat for your guests!