On today’s post we are sharing a Korean ceremony in the South of France.
The couple, Nancy and Sangho, decided to get married in the South of France. So, with that in mind, in October, 2019, they welcomed their guests to a memorable weekend in Provence. Lisa and Franck from Wanderlust Weddings, planned their 3 day weekend with various events and celebrations at the exquisite venue, Chateau de Tourreau.
First, to kick of Friday’s celebrations, they had a Korean ceremony to honor the groom’s heritage. Then, on Saturday morning they had a Chinese tea ceremony and in the afternoon they exchange their vows. They had dinner and danced under the starts until late in the evening. And finally, on Sunday, a brunch was the perfect way to say goodbye to their friends and family.
During the Korean wedding ceremony, both bride and groom wore the hanbok, a traditional two piece clothing worn in Korea for formal or semi-formal occasions and events such as festivals, celebrations, and ceremonies. It is characterized by its wrapped front top, long, high waisted skirt and its typically vibrant colors. The hanbok represents thousands of years of tradition and is usually made of a lightweight material.
Once the ceremony was over, we went outside for a portrait session with Nancy and Sangho, and it was the perfect way to capture some memories of this day.
In conclusion, we hope you enjoyed these images from Nancy and Sangho’s korean ceremony in the South of France. And please make sure you see the credits below.
Planning: Wanderlust Weddings
Venue: Chateau de Tourreau
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