Intimate + Glamourous 1920's Inspired Elopement in Paris
October 29, 2015
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Found: An intimate elopement so pretty it'll make even the most modern Bride beg for history to repeat itself. Because when you marry the monuments of Paris with an elopement inspired by the 1920's, well you've got yourself a gallery deemed for greatness. It's the type of day made possible thanks to the event stylings of Luxe Paris Events and the lens of Claire Morris Photography. See history unfold in THE VAULT!
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From The Bride...I’ve always been intrigued by the fashion, the architecture and romantic nature of the City of Lights. Paris is everything a girl dreams of… the sparkle of the tower, the bubbles of fine champagne, and the elegance of Parisian style. This is why I chose Paris as my wedding destination.

I was so nervous at first when choosing paris and organizing it on my own. When I found Claire Morris, my photographer everything came together. I was perusing her blog when I came across a stunning black dress by Paolo Corona, Immediately I knew I had to have it! Paris is about simple refined elegance, and the dress captured that. After contacting the designer I found that my team was shaping up, I met Billy Folchetti, Paolo’s partner, a talented wedding planner, officiant and floral design expert. Billy helped me to wrap up loose ends, design and put together the bouquet as well as write and conduct the ceremony. I chose Harold James after seeing his fantastic portfolio of Paris Fashion week shoots, and some private client galleries. Harold was absolutely excellent and creative when putting together my look. Not only was his talent clear, but he was willing and able to come in early and do really professional job. I chose Cedric's Paris because of their Presidential black 1952 Citroën Traction, I was pleasantly surprised to find out with every tour, he donates money to firefighter orphans in the paris area, as the gentleman himself is also a firefighter. Lastly, we loved the Hotel Raphael; it was spacious, beautiful and classic Paris!

This was the ultimate dream team, they all knew each other, they worked well together and at the end of the day each were a master of their craft. Not to mention what a delight everyone was to work with, it was like working with friends! I could not have asked for a better location or a better day.

Paris is always a good idea!



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