Style Shoot: A unique Parisian Elopement

Ever since our first styled shoot that we did this past summer, we have been itching to organise another one.  We felt it was important to show couples that it does not take a lot to create something beautiful and special. It does not matter if you have decided on the spot to elope or have taken the time to plan your day out months in advance. There is something so very magical about Paris that takes over just simply evokes romance wherever you turn. Match that with an outstanding team of English-speaking vendors and you have something quite stunning to say the least!

The day began with hair and makeup by the very talented, James of JMS by James. Romain from “Anciennes de Prestige picked up our couple in a classic DS convertible citroen which made my day! “Leanne’s wedding gown is designed by the very talented Carolina Herrera and lent to us via “Ma Bonne Amie” in Paris. Frederic was wearing a very slick tuxedo from “Faubourg Saint Sulpice” that we love here at WeddingLight Events. Synie from “Synies” in Paris designed an ever so tasty tiered pink and golden painted wedding cake; simply Yummy! Edith from “une fleur en liberté” made a lovely delicate long-stemmed powder pink roses and spring purple broom. I invite all of you to go to our Paris wedding photographers website to enjoy a larger selection of this gorgeous elopement style documentary shot in Paris. It was a lot of fun to produce and we are already looking forward to our next adventure.
All photographs by Olivier © WeddingLight Paris. Rush to his website, he is so talented & has this thing to make you laugh and have a wonderful time! Simply a great wedding photographer in Paris for your elopement, wedding and engagement photography.

And a big thank you to Joy from Studio French Blue as well. Joy produced the stationary and beautiful calligraphy for our style shoot.

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