The Weddings in Morzine Blog

We use our blog to bring you regular updates from the world of weddings and to introduce you to the local venues, photographers, wedding planners and other local folk who can help you plan a most unique celebration.

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Meet the Wedding Singer

I've had the pleasure of singing at many weddings in this beautiful valley. Every one has been so different. From lakeside dazzling sunshine, to cosy fireside affairs. I've even performed in meadows and on top of mountains!

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Wedding invitation websites – do you need one?

A personalised wedding website is pretty handy if you’re planning on getting married abroad. It makes communication with your guests much easier, and you can upload lots of travel details, recommended hotels, activity plans, maps and itineraries to keep everyone informed.
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Meet The Wedding Photographer

By Jacquie Cutler
I often find that it's photos of mountain weddings that inspire people to come and get married in the area. Pictures of ceremonies on the edge of Lake Montriond, or with snow-covered peaks as a backdrop usually capture people's imagination. I've photographed so many weddings in the surrounding area that my portfolio is good inspiration for couples.
Planning /

Meet The Wedding Celebrant

By Kay Evans
As an English speaking wedding celebrant living in the Alps, I create unique ceremonies celebrating love and reflecting couple's values, personalities and aspirations. The ceremonies I craft tell a story, giving wedding guests a real insight into the reasons why a couple are marrying.
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In the world of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, it’s likely that the whole world will see your wedding photos before you do.
Planning /

Five reasons to marry abroad

More than at any other time in the history of love, more couples choosing to marry aboard. It's been estimated that in 2013, 20% more people travelled abroad to wed than in the previous three years. All those brides and grooms can't be wrong... here's five reasons why you should be considering a very different kind of wedding day...