Getting married in Paris – how romantic!
Natalia and Patrick, a charming Irish couple, recently chose to celebrate their wedding in Paris.
They wanted something simple, personal, and intimate, with around ten guests. We were delighted to accompany them through their five months of preparation, helping them plan every last detail of their wedding.
Natalia and Patrick had already gotten married in Ireland, and chose an English speaking church in Paris for round two.
The floral arrangements were sleek and modern, with small bouquets of hydrangea, two huge arrangements of white roses and hydrangea, and a stunning white carpet lined with candles.
Once the ceremony was over, our young couple went on a photo tour of Paris. Two hours flew by as Natalia and Patrick gazed into each other’s eyes under clear blue skies and in front of some of Paris’s most beautiful monuments.
And we weren’t about to leave the guests unattended! We organised afternoon tea for them in a beautiful tearoom on the Champs Elysées. What better way to spend a few hours than tasting exceptional teas and patisseries crafted by Michelin Star chef Guy Martin?
Then, the guests were joined by the bride and groom. Of course they didn’t want want to miss out on the treats!
Before reconvening with the party, the bride changed from her wedding gown into an elegant white dress that was more comfortable for the evening.
And what an evening it was! Dinner atop our own Iron Lady, the Eiffel Tower. This was a real treat for the guests, as they got to enjoy one of the most spectacular views in Paris.
Once the meal was finished and guests’ feet were firmly back on the ground, they headed towards the Seine. The bride and groom had decided to plan a surprise for the party – a truly enchanting boat trip.
It was an unforgettable day for this charming group!
Planning and coordination : Ceremonize
Photos credit : Elena Usacheva
Decoration : Kahina events