Paris Elopement: Australians Nhu and Norman’s Bohemian Elopement

​Our Aussie couples always have so much style (and fun)! Nhu and Norman came from down under with their adorable 1-year old daughter to celebrate their elopement in Paris. They went all out with a lovely pink bohemian theme incorporating tons of pink florals and some fabulous large balloons for their photo session. The bride wore a beautiful, airy silk gown with a dreamy train, which she paired with glamorous pearled sandals. For her hair and makeup, she decided on a loose romantic chignon with a single bright pink peony and some baby’s breath and gorgeous pink lips to match.

The couple exchanged vows on a quiet cobblestoned street near Notre Dame officiated by our fabulous officiant, Igor. Amelia, who was dressed in a pretty white ruffled dress and darling floral crown to match her mother’s flowers, was there to toss some rose petals as confetti in celebration of her parents love. Following the ceremony, the adorable family traveled around our lovely city of love for some photos with our amazing photographer, Olivier before finishing their fun-filled day with a delicious meal at one of Paris’ famed restaurants.

Just before leaving, Nhu sent over this very thoughtful note to say thank you…

“Just wanted to drop you a brief email to say THANKS for everything! Our wedding was amazing and It was perfect for us! Olivier [photographer] was awesome and we can’t wait to see the pics!! Christina [babysitter] was also fantastic with Amelia! And Amelia loved her! Shame about the cherry blossom trees, but Olivier made it work! The quiet street we got married at was really cute and Igor [officiant] was great too! We loved his words Norman was very impressed in the end so as long as he is happy then we have both done a great job! Haha. But it was mainly all you! Thanks again for organising everything, we are both so happy with how everything turned out Everything was perfect.”

– Nhu & Norman and Amelia”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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