Saturdays are pretty amazing, but when you throw in a meet and greet with RebeccaMarie Photography, it takes it to an entirely new level of awesome. I’m talking an entire day devoted to gorgeous imagery that just so happens to be overflowing with love, emotion and, of course, pretty. Spend some time getting to know her, lovelies… and don’t forget to check out her sweet discount below.
From RebeccaMarie Photography… RebeccaMarie started learning about photography at the age of fifteen and excelled from there working alongside some of the best in the business, since 2004. Destination travel is a deep passion of hers and so is love. RebeccaMarie believes in combining the two, to capture your love story and has had the opportunity to travel internationally throughout her career.
RebeccaMarie Photography has been published numerous times together with her international friend Isabelle Kline Design, producing beauty through each image. Her style has been known to be organic, vintage, ethereal and romantic. A lover of travel and meeting new people.
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Discount! RebeccaMarie Photography is offering a $500 print credit to all couples that book in the month of June and July and reference this SMP welcome post.
We love two-for-ones; like when an insanely talented photographer (Sylvie Gil) hosts a fab workshop at a French Chateau with other talented vendors (Jill La Fleur and Max Gill) and we get to reap the benefits. They come in the form of a beautiful inspiration shoot set at Chateau Le Val that will have you dreaming of ways to include any and all things French into your upcoming wedding. Have a look at the rest of this gorgeous inspiration here and be sure to stop by Sylvie’s site for more details on her next workshop.
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From Sylvie Gil Photography.. .L’amour et L’image, a Film Photography Workshop in France by Sylvie Gil. With special guests, international wedding stylist Jill La Fleur and floral artiste Max Gil.
The workshop was set against the beautiful 12th century Chateau Le Val, via a long avenue of oaks. While enjoying the most amazing local food prepared by our chef, our attendees were able to upgrade their portfolio with stunning styled sets and models, learn film techniques and relax in a beautiful creative atmosphere.
Photography: Sylvie Gil | Attendee Gifts: Mira Ester | Design And Styling: Jill La Fleur | Film : Kodak Portra | Florals: Max Gill | Gown : Sarah Janks | Gown : Claire Pettibone | Head Piece: Jannie Baltzer | Invitation Suite : Little Miss Press | Make Up And Hair Stylist: Little Miss Make Up | Photography Lab: Lightwaves | Table Decor Items: Avec Moi Decor
Every “Will you marry me?” moment is beautiful in its own right, but when it’s set in a Montmartre cafe and captured by the amazing Greg Finck…let’s just say we’re a wee bit jealous. Filled with tears and joy (and some seriously stylish moments to boot!) there’s no reason to miss the gallery of goodies all snapped to perfection. Get started here!
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From Greg Finck… Tess comes from California and has been living in Paris for some years now. She met Sebastien, a pure Parisian, through the work. Tess and Sebastien just decided that they would quit their job and leave for a for 12-months trip around the world just before moving to the US.
Just before that, they contacted me to realize a couple session and capture some of the moments they lived, as a couple, in Paris. They really wanted to have that session in Montmartre, as this is the area where they had been living for the past year. I couldn’t really say otherwise as Montmartre is the place where I’ve been living in Paris for some years now, and I know the area pretty well. We met in a café around a glass of Chablis, and we took a date for that shoot.
However, some days before the shoot, Sebastien called me to announce me he had decided to propose to Tess during the shoot. He wanted to start by casual couple portraits in Montmartre, and would then take Tess to Café Francoeur, their favorite place in the area, and propose to her. He admitted he was kind of stressed by the idea to propose with a photographer around but I promised I would be very discreet. Tess didn’t have a clue about it.
We started the session a typical couple session, enjoying the nice view from Montmartre even though it was a cold winter day. We then went to Café Francoeur, where Sebastien had all planned. A waiter then brought Tess a gift. It was an antique book of Winnie the Pooh, Tess’ favorite. On the first pages of the book there were some private words, hand-written by Sebastien, which immediately led to Tess’ tears. I can only imagine the words of love that were written here. Then Sebastien put some earphones on Tess’ ears, playing a song special to them. I was sitting at a table nearby, and they were so much into emotion that they couldn’t even feel my presence. After the song, Tess’ eyes were full of tears, and that’s when Sebastien decided to propose. An intense proposal, where he took the ring he had hidden in his pocket. I think images speak for themselves.
This is honestly one of the most intense session I had the opportunity to shoot, and a very special moment to share with these two.
Photography: Greg Finck | Film Scans: Richard Photo Lab