Getting Married in the Pays de la Loire? Take a look at our English Speaking Wedding Celebrants.
Are you Getting Married in France, renewing your vows or planning a naming ceremony? The term Celebrant isn’t always well known or understood . Some people might be more familiar with a registrar or officiant. In a church you might think of a vicar or a priest but for most destination weddings in France, couples choose a celebrant to officiate during their wedding ceremony.
A Celebrant will be involved with creating, writing and conducting your ceremony and someone who writes and conducts humanist or non-religious ceremonies. They are also asked to officiate at Naming Ceremonies, Renewal of Vows, Funerals and Memorials.
Our celebrants are not only professional celebrants, they have extensive knowledge of conducting weddings in France.
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More About The Pays de la Loire
Opening onto the Atlantic Ocean, with Europe’s last wild river running through it, the Pays de la Loire offers a fascinatingly heritage. With 450 kilometres of coastline of superb sandy beaches, wild, rocky coasts and renowned seaside resorts such as La Baule, Les Sables-d’Olonne, Pornic and Saint-Jean-de-Monts.
They’ve stopped counting the châteaux here, monuments from the Middle Ages and include the Château d’Angers, the Château de Saumur, the Château de Brissac, and Château de Montsoreau. Whatever you’re looking for in your event you will find it in the Pays de la Loire.
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Visit the Pays de la Loire with its stunning coastline, charming towns and villages, varied natural landscapes,and the Loire River running from east to west across the region to the Atlantic Ocean.
Invigorating, elegant and unspoilt, it’s hard to resist the charms of the wild coast or the Coast of Light. The Pays de la Loire’s 450km of coastline is varied and diverse, boasting long sandy beaches, secluded creeks, lively fishing ports and attractive seaside resorts. Choose between La Baule, recognised as one of the world’s most beautiful bays, with its Belle Époque villas and the long sandy beaches. The delightful family resort of St-Jean-de-Monts and Les Sables-d’Olonne, the starting-point for the Vendée Globe yacht race. It has the pretty little port of Pornic on the Jade Coast and the islands of Yeu or Noirmoutier.
There are five departments that make up the region :
There is an abundance of castles, each with their own unique history. Fontevraud Abbey, one of Europe’s largest monastic sites, shaped between the 12th and 20th centuries today hosts concerts, conferences and exhibitions and the Marais Poitevin provides the perfect setting in which to explore nature at its best; known locally as France’s “Green Venice”.
Delve deep into the rich art, culture and history of towns and cities such as Nantes, Angers, Le Mans, Laval and Saumur and not forgetting three regional nature parks of Brière, Loire-Anjou-Touraine and Normandy-Maine. Steeped in history and boasting an impressive heritage, this vast area encompasses some of the famous Loire castles, like those of Angers and its famous tapestry of the Apocalypse, Brissac, Le Lude, Montreuil-Bellay, Montsoreau, Saumur or Serrant.
The vineyards of the Pays de la Loire offer myriad choices, whether your preference is for dry, sweet or sparkling wine, white, red or rosé, the famous AOC (Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée) wines offer plentiful choice and is home to prestigious names such as Saumur Brut, Savennières, Coteaux du Layon, Saumur-Champigny, Anjou Villages, Muscadet, Jasnières. From Nantes, where the regal Muscadet has reigned supreme since the 16th century, to the Saumur region, unanimously recognised as the “king of sparkling wines” and the home of the renowned Champigny.
If you’re planning a destination wedding in the Pays de la Loire then take a look at our amazing wedding suppliers and see who can help make your party fabulous!