Whilst travelling across Europe, it was in Paris that Ngoc and Franklin decided to tie the knot.
This born and bred Australian couple approached us to help them organise their intimate wedding in Paris.
In just a few months, all the logistical aspects had been put in place in line with the bride and groom’s specifications. Our email exchanges allowed us to really grasp what the couple were about, and to plan each element of the wedding to match their expectations. Even small weddings have lots of little details to sort out, and this isn’t always easy when you are thousands of miles away.
The day of the wedding began with the bride getting ready. Then, the couple went around Paris to take some nice photos before meeting their guests.
Unfortunately, the weather wasn’t on their side, but we can assure you that the couple were happy with their photographs despite a slight misting of rain!
Our team and the guests were waiting at a chapel in the heart of Paris, where the ceremony took place. The bride and groom were each walked down the aisle by their parents, accompanied by some gentle harp music.
Then it was time to say “I do” …it was an emotional moment for everyone!
After the ceremony was over, the bride and groom made the most of the beautiful surroundings and took a few photos.
During this time, some of the Ceremonize team ordered taxis to take the party to a gastronomic restaurant, which the couple had chosen from a list we provided.
They wanted to round off their special day with a delicious meal. As there were only ten or so guests, they didn’t feel any need for an evening of music and dancing.
The meal took place in a charming private room filled with history. It was topped off with an incredible cake in the wedding colours, with flowers drawn from the bride’s orange-coloured bouquet.
Thank you, Ngoc and Franklin, for trusting us with your big day. We wish you every success and happiness.
Photos by Les pensees photographiques
Cake by Synie’s