Zim Ugochukwu and Jason Flores' wedding, set in the picturesque Chateau Le Mont Epinguet in Normandy, France, was a beautiful blend of fashion, family, faith, and food. Their story began in college, where they bonded over their love for piano and travel. After years of long-distance dating and global adventures, Jason proposed with a custom engagement ring. Their wedding planning was destination-focused, with the couple finally selecting the charming French château. The weekend included a candlelit welcome dinner, a morning prayer, and regional tours, culminating in an unplugged ceremony in an 18th-century ruin. Zim, an advocate for modest fashion, chose a Tadashi Shoji dress and a custom cape, while Jason opted for a forest green jacket. The celebrations featured global tea tastings, a vegetarian mezze-style lunch, and heartfelt toasts. Concluding their fairytale wedding, the couple embarked on an eight-week honeymoon to ten countries, starting in France and journeying through diverse cultural landscapes, reflecting their shared love of travel and adventure. This enchanting and globally-inspired wedding caught the attention of Harper's Bazaar, earning a feature that highlighted the unique and fashionable elements that made their celebration a truly memorable affair.
LIVE IN SUNSHINE
DRINK WILD AIR.
— RALPH WALDO EMERSON
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Thank you for capturing our day so beautifuly.”
- Zim, Bride
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