American Wedding Planner in France

American Wedding Planner and founder of Pure Expression Events, Nicole Tournois, has been planning and coordinating successful weddings in Southwest France for over 7 years.

With a focus on client service, she aims to provide personalized attention throughout the planning process. She will use her keen organizational skills and cheerful demeanor to make sure everything is executed flawlessly. She wants to help you to create a truly memorable event. Nicole loves the personal relationships she forms with her clients. A wedding is such a joyful and emotional celebration. The privilege of helping couples plan their weddings is something she finds very meaningful and rewarding.

Nicole is American at heart but French from adoption. Her passion for French culture and cuisine are elements she brings to planning unique events for her clients. She enjoys helping couples personalize their weddings using their background, culture, careers, things that inspire them and of course the beautiful French backdrop that they have chosen for their wedding. Previously a receptions coordinator for a renowned venue in Bordeaux, she brings the same commitment of professionalism, eye for detail and strong work ethic to planning weddings.

" Hi !

I'm Nicole, founder of Pure Expression Events. I am delighted that you are considering Pure Expression Events for your wedding.

We are a company dedicated to modern, fresh and fun events.

Originally from the United States, I graduated from American University in Washington, D.C. 2004 and left the bustling city life to land in the vineyards of Southwest France.

After coordinating events for a reception venue in the heart of the world famous Bordeaux vineyard, I decided to launch my boutique wedding planning company Pure Expression Events.

I have a straight forward style that is honest, approachable, stylish and sometimes a little outrageous. I didn?t just want to be another wedding planner.

I wanted to bring a new personalized touch to event design and coordination in France ? the ?Amercian Touch !?