Aldona and Emmanuel, the couple whose wedding I have photographed in September, have chosen my High Fidelity package.
Besides a full day wedding reportage, it includes a post-wedding photo shoot with the usage of the studio lights. I highly recommend to the couples to choose this option, if their budget allows. This way you can focus on your wedding day without the stress of rushing out from one task to another. You can spend more time with your family, which in many cases comes from far away just for this special occasion.
After the wedding you can choose a dreamy scenery and concentrate purly on posing. These photos are often more creative, the photographer has more time to think about a perfect idea or composition. It doesn’t necessarily need to be a “trash the dress” photo shoot and you don’t have to do it right after the wedding neither. For instance, we’ve taken the pictures a month after the wedding, because it was hard for us to adjust our plannings and we were aiming for the perfect weather. We wanted to do them in a chic and fashionable style.
Now a little bit of history of the place itself, which I hope you’ll find amusing. Legend has it that the original Château de Cremat logo inspired Coco Chanel to create the famous Chanel logo (the two interlocking Cs). Coco herself reportedly spent a great deal of time at the Château which was owned by a friend of hers in the 1920s and supposedly asked the venue if she could use their logo for her new perfume. The CC logo can indeed be seen in many places around the venue, from the stained glass windows and the stone work to the door frames.
To read more about this beautiful castle, click here.