A French Meets English, 60s Chic Engagement

 This couple are utterly chic, and super cute.

Gaelle sure is photogenic and her style evident, i love  her cute 1960s look and those amazing tights. And not forgetting Colin looks very dapper in his suit. I love the added props, the flowers and cups of tea for a fun element.

Thanks so much to the amazing Nottingham based wedding photographer, Kathryn Edwards Photography for sharing her work today, here is what she had to say about the shoot;

“Gaelle and Colin are getting married in August in Gaelle’s native France, and they wanted to have an English photo shoot complete with traditional cups of English tea. Although Gaelle is a typically chic French woman, and loves everything French, she admitted to having a fondness for the English tradition of tea drinking. So I brought along my favourite tea cups for the shoot, and Gaelle brought some lovely flowers and balloons. It was a blustery Monday evening in Wollaton park, and I was having so much fun, we very nearly got locked in, as dusk approached and I was still sqeezing the last bit of light into my photos. Gaelle looked gorgeous in her 60s style dress, and Colin very dapper in his suit, so I decided to add some vintage tones to the pictures, which I thought suited the sixties style.

I offer a complimentary engagement shoot to all my couples booking their wedding photography with me. It is a great way to feel comfortable with your photographer before the big day, and lovely to have images that can be used for save the date cards etc..”

Here is what the gorgeous Gaelle had to say about herself and Colin….

“We met up in Ireland whilst I was on holiday with my best friend. We stayed in a hostel and I met his friend first who was waiting for Colin. It sounds cheesy but as soon as I saw him, I knew it was him! 
He took me to Venice and popped the question in the Piazza san Marco, after a romantic dinner, just perfect!
The wedding is taken place in a 16th century French castle, Le château de Vaugrenier in Villeneuve Loubet, in lovely south of France, the 31st of August 2012. I am exciting about the ceremony outside, the pastor will perform the order of service in French and English, I am excited about saying “I do” forever, I am excited about seeing all my friends and family coming from all over the world, reunited in one place! I am excited about being Mrs Bradley :)”
And i cannot wait to see your wedding :-)) have a great weekend guys xoxo

5 thoughts on “A French Meets English, 60s Chic Engagement

Très jolie séance d’engagement! Le chateau de Vaugrenier, c’est marrant, je suis de Nice! Tous mes voeux de bonheur!
Une future mariée 2012 également

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