Good food , good company at Solenn’s French wedding
It’s a season of weddings for the It Girls and shortly after model and television host Georgina Wilson tied
the knot with Englishman Arthur Burnand in England, its Solenn Heussaff’s turn to walk the aisle with
her beau Nico Bolzico in Combourg, France.
As expected, the event was made complete by a beautiful ceremony, beautiful people, and a beautiful
reception overflowing with good food and French wine.
Aside from seeing the bride’s brother, celebrity chef Erwan Heussaff, in a kilt and getting sweet with his
girlfriend Anne Curtis at the wedding, all of #solboz’s friends turned up for a cool bonding experience
with the bride and groom even before they said “I do.”
Repost from @iamfperez: just having fun. #sosbolz #fperez #teampatdy A photo posted by ANNEfinity Club ∞ (@annefinityclub) on
The friends enjoyed some bonding time, lunching on some excellent seafood in Cancale.
Lobsters go absolutely wonderfully with the right wine.
An absolute must to eat when in you are in this part of the world! #sosbolz #BrittanySpears ❤️❤️❤️ A photo posted by Rajo Laurel (@rajolaurel) on
The reception venue, artfully arranged
Petit aperçu du Wedding de ce week-end. La vaisselle & la déco de @legrenierderosa se sont retrouvées au joli D’day de @solennheussaff et @nicobolzico. Merci aux mariés et à @vanessa_creatricedemariages pour leur confiance. ・・・ Repost @brideandbreakfast #vintagedishes #vintagedishesrental #vintagedecoration #porcelain #SosBolz
The gang enjoying some wine at the reception
Welcome drinks ? #SosBolz A photo posted by Anne Curtis (@annecurtissmith) on
Solenn, an accomplished artist uses her skills to personalize wines in tubes for her special day.
The aftermath, according to Erwan.
Aftermath #sosbolz A photo posted by Erwan Heussaff (@erwanheussaff) on
But of course, when in France, he just could not pass up an opportunity to sample crepes
Galette is also a must for the foodie and company
Galette time with our neighborhood creeper. A photo posted by Erwan Heussaff (@erwanheussaff) on
A 300 gram burrata, anyone? By the way, it’s an Italian cheese made up of a solid mozzarella shell with
mozzarella and cream at the center.
Best wishes Solenn and Nico! Cheers to the future! (ANGEL ONG)