Monday, July 10, 2006

Wedding in France

I spent two years in France a long long time ago, and it seems now that I am there at least once a year for a wedding now, which isn't a bad thing. In fact, I would have to say French weddings are pretty gosh-darned good.

Firstly, they are usually held in really old churches.

Interior of St. Pierre Church, Mâcon


The reception for was held at a castle that the couple had reserved 2 years ago, when they first got engaged. It was truly a beautiful area, and the weather was fantastic.

Château de Pierreclos

View from the château of the surrounding countryside

I don't know if it is regional, and something only particular to Burgundy, but they don't have wedding cakes, but rather a pastry made of many profiteroles stuck together:


Blogger bee said...

What a yummy looking "cake!"

2:47 AM  

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