Fall in love with France

Fall in love with France

When we talk about France, the first word that comes into our mind is “romantic”: walking along the Seine River , wandering on the Champs-Elysees Avenue, chating in a cafe, recalling the past in medieval castles, smelling the aroma of lavender, the candlelight dinner with flowers in a castle, the imprint of perfumes, the embrace in the bridge of art…Those french unique romantic, what are you still waiting for?

D&D INTERNATIONAL organizes a french romantic honeymoon and record every exciting moment of our clients by working with the team of professional wedding photographers, french wedding dress designers and make-up artists. Besides, through cooperating with several medieval castles, we could offer our clients a romantic western wedding as medieval nobility did. Felling sweet and romantic are such easy things. We wish you and your loved ones an unforgettable memories of your life

Memories of Paris

The Eiffel Tower is now the most important symbol of Paris. Either at the foot or top of this tower, the embrace of a newly married couple is the most beautiful silhouette of this city.

Avenue is known as the most beautiful street in Paris. The word of Champs-Elysees means the underworld in Greek mythology, where the souls of saints and heroes live.

The Notre Dame with 850-year history has been going through the historical changes of Paris. It witnessed the coronation of Napoleon, wedding of Napoleon III. And now it’s time to witness your wedding.

The Seine River is “mother” of Paris. You should not miss its beautiful scenery in your wedding photos!


Provence-Cote d'Azur in the dream

Valensole is one of the most classic towns of Provence. It has the largest lavender and sunflower fields of Provence.

Nice is famous for the Promenade des Anglais and the Baie des Anges, which the name was from a kind of harmless shark in that area.

Saint Jean Cap Ferrat – where located the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschil built by Baroness Beatrice, with 9 different themed gardens surrounding.

Monaco: Monaco Royal Palace and the Napoleonic Museum, the Maritime Museum on the sea cliff, the world-famous Monte Carlo Casino and Opera House, SAS antique car collection exhibition owned by Prince of Monaco.

Chateaux of the Loire Valley

Charle de Gaulle said that the Loire Valley is the cradle of the Spirit of France. Its splendor and glory come form the magnificent castles along the rivers.

The Chateau de Chenonceau is known for its unique water promenade and its sixth hostesses.

The Chateau de Chambord is the grandest castle of the French Renaissance period. It’s also a perfect combination of French medieval tradition and Italian Renaissance architecture.

The Chateau de Villandry is a Renaissance castle, located at the step-like expansion of the top of three gardens.

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