The Chateau de Vallery wedding of Elizabeth and Jonathan was so full of joy and family love that I as the videographer had such a warm heart all day. Chateau de Vallery is a classic backdrop for a French wedding. Especially when expert wedding planer Leticia from Opaline Paris designs and transforms this stunning chateau into a wedding dream. During the morning at Chateau de Vallery, there was the ominous threat of rain. Thankfully as soon as it was go time for our beautiful bride, the sun came out and drenched the chateau grounds in warming sunlight.
Film by Zen Film Works
Planning by Opaline Paris
Photography by Claire Morris Photography
Celebrant Aude Abadie
Early Renaissance French Château de Vallery, in Vallery, in the département of Yonne in the Burgundy region of France, was built in 1548 for Jacques d’Albon de Saint-André. Marquis de Fronsac, a court favorite of Henri II and maréchal de France. It was never completed, and what remains of it have been mutilated. The site he chose was the ancient château-fort of Vallery. Dating in part to the early thirteenth century; he purchased it 16 April 1548. The architect was the king’s architect, Pierre Lescot, who also built the hôtel particulier of the Maréchal in Paris (demolished). Vallery’s facades, today of brick with stone quoins and details, were originally covered with red and black marble.
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