Gay Wedding

A wonderful gay wedding, on the Disney theme. But this time, it is indeed the princes who are in the honor, and not the princesses!


Le lieu : Dans la forêt et dans un domaine dans le Luberon (malheureusement le lieu n’accueille plus d’événements)
Photo : Marie Film Photographer
Les tenues :
Les tenue de la cérémonie Laïque et du vin d’honneur : Sandro
Les tenues du soir : Chewö Couture et Lucie Vervelle
Le traiteur : Maison Giraud
Le fleuriste : Potins de Fleurs
Le DJ : Cédric Winstone
Décoration & Wedding planning : Wolrd Trip Wedding

Following the election of François Hollande as President of France in May 2012 and the subsequent legislative election in which the Socialist party took a majority of seats in the French National Assembly, the new Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault stated that a same-sex marriage bill had been drafted and would be passed.[200] The government introduced a bill to legalize same-sex marriage, Bill 344, in the National Assembly on 17 November 2012. Article 1 of the bill defining marriage as an agreement between two people was passed on 2 February 2013 in its first reading by a 249–97 vote. On 12 February 2013, the National Assembly approved the entire bill in a 329–229 vote.[201]

On 12 April 2013, the upper house of the French parliament voted to legalise same-sex marriage.[202] On 23 April 2013 the law was approved by the National Assembly in a 331–225 vote.[203] Law No.2013-404 grants same-sex couples living in France, including foreigners provided at least one of the partners has their domicile or residence in France, the legal right to get married. The law also allows the recognition in France of same-sex couples’ marriages that occurred abroad before the bill’s enactment.[204]

Following the announcement of the French parliament’s vote results, those in opposition to the legalisation of same-sex marriage in France participated in public protests. In both Paris and Lyon, violence erupted as protesters clashed with police; the issue has mobilised right-wing forces in the country, including neo-Nazis.[205]

The main right-wing opposition party UMP challenged the law in the Constitutional Council, which had one month to rule on whether the law conformed to the Constitution. The Constitutional Council had previously ruled that the issue of same-sex marriage was one for the legislature to decide [206] and there was only little hope for UMP to overturn the parliament’s vote.

On 17 May 2013, the Constitutional Council declared the bill legal in its entire redaction. President Hollande signed it into law on 18 May 2013.

So Now, everybody can say « I DO »!!!