Wedding Palace Monaco
Stéphanie of Monaco marries her son
It’s been a year since we made the photo and video report of Marie & Louis’ wedding in Monaco at the Prince’s Palace.
Appointment on Friday at Monaco town hall for the civil ceremony. Security is being put in place for the arrival of Princess Stephanie and especially the arrival of Prince Albert II and his lovely wife Princess Charlene.
Louis enters the Monaco Town Hall with the Arm of his mother HSH Princess Stéphanie, Marie, Élisabeth who are greeted by Mayor Georges MARSAN.
Marie in turn enters the Town Hall on her daddy’s arm in a Rosa Clara dress.
After a nice speech from the Mayor and the exchange of each other’s consents, here is our beautiful Prince couple married under the watchful eye of Princess Stéphanie and also of dad Arnaud DUCRUET.
The festivities followed at the Mariage Palais Monaco where we discovered several tasting stands from all over the world, from Italy to Japan.
Real Japanese Chef made the trip with their own fish to prepare Sushi on site, we were also able to enjoy a Mediterranean dish and finish with an Italian ice cream. This evening the Palace was the place of celebration for the family and friends who made the trip.
Obviously the mood of the evening was just like the day: love, atmosphere and a lot of joy.
Monaco Palace Wedding
A religious ceremony full of emotion
The next day we discover in an isolated room of the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, the magnificent and immense wedding dress created by her sister-in-law Pauline Ducruet.
A religious ceremony was celebrated in the Cathedral of Our Lady Immaculate in Monaco in front of just over 200 guests, including Prince Albert, Princess Caroline accompanied by her children, Charlotte, Pierre and Andrea Casiraghi.
Marie Chevallier appeared radiant in her wedding dress.
Louis was escorted to the altar by his mother, Princess Stephanie, very moved to marry her eldest son under the watchful eye of his father and his grandparents.
While exchanging their vows, the bride and groom paid tribute to Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly by placing flowers on their graves, more than 60 years after their marriage celebrated in this same cathedral.
The evening was planned outside in the gardens and terraces of the Monte-Carlo Bay, but the weather decided otherwise and we had to fall back into one of the hotel’s reception rooms.
An evening where the Prince gave us the benefit of his dancing skills.
We will let you enjoy the few photos that we have been allowed to show as well as the video.
Thank you again for your joie de vivre, your communicative happiness and your welcome!
It was a great experience for Trentième Etage.