Galerie De Orleans Paris Elopement
What’s so appealing about this styled shoot from Paris is the effortless way the events play out. This beautiful workshop created an intimate ceremony and reception scene that can easily be replicated anywhere in the world. But it’s hard to imagine anything more romantic than two people saying “I do" in the City of Lights. The details are graceful and delicate. Like the blush fabric and the wax stamps, everything is carefully thought-out to enhance the style of this amorous affair.
The bridal bouquet showcases the blush and white inspiration with dainty and textured florals, all tied with silk ribbons.
In the small Parisian home, the eclectic bride dons a dainty floral headpiece atop her dark brown locks.
The groom stands ready in black pants, a white shirt, and black bow tie, with his suit jacket casually thrown over his shoulder. They retreat from the warmth and make their way outside.
Wearing a modern, arc-deco inspired gown and a fur stole, the bride offers the groom her hand.
Sharing a few laughs with the Justice of the Peace, the two start their journey down the long corridor of the Galerie De Orleans.
Now, the bride wears a thick coat to cover her shoulders. They make their way outside to the large fountain and pass by a post office and train station before heading back to the cozy apartment.
With pink ranunculus and white candles surrounding the fireplace, the bride receives a toast from her gorgeous friends, equally dressed in champagne-colored gowns.
The bride and groom coordinate beautifully as they stand at the ready to cut the cake, placed simply on a modern bar cart.
The pristine, tiny dessert features three round tiers covered in clean, crisp fondant. A pink garden rose serves as the cake topper.
With a toast to one another, this stylish couple is ready to take on the world.
The endearing quality in this shoot is the incorporation of an intimate gathering in such a large, world-renowned city. It infuses the elegance and history of Paris with sophisticated details that make even the most modest of ceremonies and parties seem grand. And that's how every wedding, no matter the size, should feel.
Photography: LUDOVIC GRAU-MINGOT Workshop: MARIE FILM PHOTOGRAPHER Wedding design: MARINE WEDDING FACTORY Flowers: LES FLEURS DE PAULINE Dresses: PLUME PARIS Rental: LA BOHÈME Accesories: VINTAGE SIGNATURE Hair accesories and jewelry: SO HÉLO Lingerie: MILLE ET UNE EXCUSES Silk ribbon ORCHIDÉE DE SOIE Cake: SYNIE'S CAKE Groom's suit: L'APIÉCEUR Wedding stationey: MARIANE MICHEL Hair & makeup: DU BLUSH ET DES ETOILES Champagne: LUCIEN COLLARD