A franco-mexican wedding in Metz (Eastern France)

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I love multi-cultural weddings, and this franco-mexican wedding was new to me : I get to speak Spanish, French and English with the guests!

At some point, it was also funny because when I wanted to talk to someone, I didn’t know which language I should use!. I loved that ! 🙂

C. the bride, is Mexican, and B. is French

Thanks to them, I get to learn a lot about Mexican traditions for weddings, from the lazo, to las arras, but also, although I wasn’t there for it, I get to learn that Mexican tradition says the bride throw her bouquet in the evening (and not at the end of the cocktail).

I loved to learn about all these, and being there on that day was even more special 🙂

So here are some photos of that pretty day 🙂

     Place where the cocktail took was held : L’orangerie de l’Arsenal de Metz

Church : église Ste Ségolène – Metz

HairDresser and stylist and MUA : Servais Coiffure

Flowers : Merlino fleurs

Cattering : La Toque Blanche

Singer and jazz band: Lady V

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Alone, driving a car for miles and miles, with a good music playlist, my cameras on the passenger seat.

Witnessing the beauty of a landscape, or the raw feeling of real love, emotions and bonds people may have with each other and sometimes crying just because this is just so beautiful...

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Native French, I do speak English, and Spanish and love learning about cultural differences

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