Château de Courtomer Wedding Videography // Elizabeth & Matthew
Liz and Matt’s Château de Courtomer Wedding Videography. Where to start? From Oregon, United States to Normandy, France. Liz and Matt were planning a fairytale European wedding, where the perfect venue would be the backdrop to a weekend of family and friends celebrating, dining upon fine food and a beautiful wedding ceremony. Château de Courtomer was just that venue. Set in rural Normandy, just over two hours from the hustle of Paris, you’ll find the charming commune of Courtomer. Home to just over 700 people, Courtomer could easily be missed as you travel through the picturesque French countryside, yet hidden behind the commune is the spectacular Château de Courtomer. Set in 360 acres of woodland, parks and farmland, the Chateau is the centre piece of Courtomer.
Chateau de Courtomer was home of the families of The Counts and Marquis of Courtomer between 1049 until 1905 and the current building was built on the site of the family’s 11th century medieval château. The present grand design was under construction by 1789 and it was inspired by Louis the Sun King’s Palace of Versailles. And work came to a halt on the eve of the French revolution but was finally completed a few years later. In 2005 the château was bought by the current owner and significantly renovated into the beautiful venue you see today, modern design touches incorporated into the historic building style, you feel like you’ve stepped back into history yet are surrounded by modern luxury. It is a stunning venue for a luxury wedding weekend and is available for exclusive use weddings throughout the year. With ample accommodation within the château and the accompanying farmhouse and a wide range of top class local suppliers available so you can create a bespoke wedding as you imagined.
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