Chateau wedding in the South of France is the quintessential display of luxury. Our client from Germany wanted to bring together his closest family and friends. The guests arrived from all over the world.
Our clients chose one of the most exclusive Cote d’Azur venues for the accommodation and wedding celebration. Chateau Saint-Jeannet located in the hills above Nice is one of the most luxurious celebration locations in the region. Its guests included numerous Forbes-list businessmen, politicians, and stars, including Madonna and many other famous personalities.
Built in the early 11th century the Chateau has unparalleled historic charm and some true magic about it. Perfectly trimmed terraced gardens enhance the glorious exterior of Saint-Jeannet. With a paramount hilltop position, this venue graciously dominates the landscape. The stunning 4 terraces of Chateau Saint-Jeannet provide breathtaking panoramas of snow-covered mountaintops of the Southern Alps and the endless blue of Cote d’Azur.
The dinner menu was created exclusively for our clients by the head chef of Lenôtre Cote d’Azur and included freshly-caught fish, locally-grown meat and vegetables, and specially-imported caviar.
The best barman of France supplied our guests with a large selection of cocktails, some of which were crafted especially for the event.
The entertainment was as grand as the dinner and venue itself. The program we created included ice skating show (the wedding took place in the middle of the summer!), acrobatics, comedian and numerous other acts. The glitter painting show by the creator of genre, Michael Raivard, literally added sparkles to the celebration.
A special detail was a sensual water-show, the Aquatica. This show is a pure fantasy of lighting effects united with the element of water that create magical moments in front of your eyes. The show symbolizes real beauty and femininity combining the elements of ballet, dance, and water acrobatics.
The wedding cake was inspired by Kate and William’s royal creation and was hand-crafted by a team of 15 patissiers. There are no other words to describe it, but calling it a true masterpiece of confectionery art.
The magnificent celebration had an impressive finale – a 17 000-explosion firework.