Luxury wedding event on French Riviera

#Wed Talks

Conférences professionnelles à
destination des prestataires de l’événementiel
 le Vendredi 25 Octobre 2019 dès 8h00
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#Wed Show

Futurs mariés, rencontrez des prestataires
d’exception pour votre mariage
Samedi 26 Octobre 2019 de 10h00 a 18h00
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Un château d'exception pour un événement inoubliable


Surnommé « Le Petit Versailles de la Côte d’Azur », le Château Saint Georges est situé sur les collines de Grasse, Capitale mondiale du parfum depuis le XVIIème siècle. Le château Saint Georges offre une vue panoramique du Cap d’Antibes jusqu’à l’Estérel, en passant par la baie de Cannes.

Called “Little Versailles of the French Riviera”, Château Saint Georges is located on the hills of Grasse, World Capital of perfumes since the 17th century. This extraordinary venue offers a panoramic sea view from Cap d’Antibes to the Esterel, through the bay of Cannes.

Scent of a Queen

The perfume

Grasse, world Capital of perfumes, saw built in it Château Saint Georges, designed for a famous local perfumer Léon Chiris.
He was one of the most recognized industrialists of Grasse creating an important perfumery, most innovative in the processes used.

End of 2018, the know-how of the perfumers of Grasse has been registered to the Intangible Cultural Héritage of Humanity by Unesco. It came naturally to honor what brought to Grasse its international renown.

Catherine de Médicis

Catherine de Medicis, Queen of France, is the incarnation of the a strong and independent women, the regent mother, fully involved in her time and its history, in the politics of her country.

Born in Italy among a rich family of Firenze, she brought to France good manners and the italian way of living, especially with the perfumed gloved, in Grasse first.

This year we celebrate the 500th anniversary of her birthday.

Queen Victoria

For its first interntional edition, Wedding Royal® is honoring the history of the castle and its heritage and this year guest country at the show is Great Britain.
Queen Victoria forever changed wedding fashion. She made such a sartorial impression nearly 180 years ago that her example of wearing white. And the colour choice had nothing to do with purity either.

The Queen had chosen to wear white mostly because it was the perfect colour to highlight the delicate lace of her gown.

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