Anne-Laure founded Et Voila Weddings over 12 years ago and to this day she remains the main point of contact for the agency’s clients, overseeing all aspects of each wedding.
At Et Voila Weddings, we feel our mission is not only to plan and coordinate beautifully designed events.
For us, it is about the people: our couples, their families and their guests. A wedding is one of the rare opportunities in a lifetime to gather all the humans you love to celebrate and have fun!
Our mission is to create the perfect setting and create an impeccable flow of events so your guests are taken from one celebration to the next seamlessly.
I feel, deeply, that human connections and the special moments we share with our loved ones are the most precious times in our lives.
I want to create those special moments. My team and I want to produce events that are real experiences, and create stories and memories you and your guests will be able to share for many many years !
Listening to the ideas and wishes of our clients, we work together to produce events that suit them and suit their guests
Our utmost goal is to offer our couples the finest service imaginable, beyond all expectations.
We highly value our partners, appreciating their expertise, hard work, and valuable contributions to our projects.
When you have been planning events for as long as we have, the vendors sourcing and coordination aspects of things are just the base tier of the cake. Making each wedding tailored, thoughtfully curated, and a great experience for all is the real challenge.
I have been planning events for the past 12 years. I trained in events planning within events agencies such as Banana Split, companies such as Louis Vuitton and within the NGO Amnesty International, before setting up Et Voila Weddings in 2011. Over the past 12 years I have been guiding couples in the planning of their beautiful destination wedding in France. From intimate celebrations for 13 guests to large weddings for 200 guests, from authentic organic to sophisticated lavish, I have enjoyed planning and tailoring each wedding to “my couples’” wishes.
I am French, grew up in the north of France, spent all my summer holidays as a child and teen on the French Riviera, studied in Paris, lived in Marseille and Bordeaux, married a Frenchman from Montpellier, have close family in the south west and south east of France as well as in Corsica, and I split my working and leisure time between my homes in London and Provence… So I do quite a bit of travelling!
I love to eat. I love Paris mainly because there are so many food shops! I have a very sweet tooth and I can never be too full for cake…
I “take my daughter”to see the Nutcracker every year. The sugar plum fairy and prince pas de deux is my favourite part.
I married my windsurfing teacher. I can’t windsurf though… I guess the classes were not really about learning the sport…