A gorgeous short haired bride, and a wedding in Issoire

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From Auvergne, central part of France, I will remember that in summer, weather can be hot and very sunny, and from Héloïse and Laurent’s wedding, I will remember this :


A make up session at Bully’s cosmétique, and my GPS getting crazy when wanting me to park in a  pedestrian area, on a market day (and very crowded street) 🙂


A very fast hair dresser session : the bride was has a very short haircut 🙂

A gorgeous wedding gown, and a step mother hurrying to sew  a little something to hold the dress train.


A gorgeous bride ! 🙂


and her darling, who, through all their simple little care, showed me, without even telling me, how much they love each other. 🙂


A modern church, St Jean Marie Vianney, in Clermont-Ferrand and a customized celebration, since it was the groom’s second wedding.


A very cute flower girl, very proud, walking with her dad, in her pretty dress 🙂



Gorgeous bouquets and flowers by “Il était une fois” , (Issoire)



an emotional religious ceremony…


THAT light green suit, that fits him oh so perfectly (I love it !) 🙂


and the official celebration at  Issoire cityhall, and few tears later…


A stunning short haired bride, so chic !


And then a cocktail, and chic decoration at the reception venue, l‘ESAT, in St-Amand Tallende (not that easy to find, even with a GPS, but very pretty venue to celebrate a wedding)


A couple photo session, at sunset 🙂


and a festive cocktail party, with happy guests, enjoying the moment




Yep, that was quite a lovely day of September for a wedding, and, as rare as it is, it prooves that you can be a bride with a short haircut and still look amazing !


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