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Real Wedding – Paris Is Always A Good Idea

19/11/2014 | 1

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Fallon & Fleetwood   ♥   Paris, France

Photographer:   Annabelle Denmark Photography

 

Fallon and Fleetwood met at a friend’s barbecue in May 2007. A brief conversation about Fallon’s tattoos led to the pair discovering that they shared a love of motorcycles. By the end of the first week this darling duo were inseparable and planning a motorcycle ride to the Rocky Mountains together…

 

Fast-forward six years and Fleetwood performs the perfect surprise proposal for Fallon, seriously sweeping her off her feet. She of course said ‘Yes!’ and they both knew in this very instant that Paris was always a good idea for a destination wedding!

 

Paris held a special place in their hearts and they had previously talked about the City of Love as a destination wedding location. They didn’t even need to discuss the idea any further, the moment that they were engaged they just knew it was for them and who could blame them? Paris really is always a good idea.

 

The oh-so-talented photographer Annabelle Denmark tells us more about this cute couple’s proposal and their Parisian love story…

 

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Real Wedding – Intimate Paris Elopement

02/07/2014 | 9

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Rachael & Edgar   ♥   Paris, France

Photographer:   L’Amour de Paris

 

Where could be more romantic for an intimate elopement than Paris? These two lovebirds flew all the way from Los Angeles to the City of Love to tie-the-knot in a relaxed outdoor ceremony.

 

They then strolled through the city with Stacy from L’Amour de Paris as she perfectly captured the emotion of the day with the elegant, beautiful architecture of this stunning city as the backdrop. Rachael and Edgar opted for delicate details and a hint of vintage Parisian chic to complete their big day style.

 

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Real Wedding – French Chateau Wedding Dordogne

28/05/2014 | 6

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Amy & Nicolas   ♥   Dordogne, France

Photographer:   Claire Penn

 

Not only are Amy and Nicolas a super cute couple but they also have impeccable taste. Check out the seriously swoon-worthy chateau venue they chose for their destination day – with a helping hand from their wonderful wedding planning team Marry Me In France – it’s gorgeous with a capital G!

 

If you’re getting married abroad or considering tying the knot in France the country of romance, then you’ll be in inspiration heaven today. From Amy’s darling dress to the pretty pastel bouquets, from the delicate table details to the picture perfect decorations and everything in between, this might just be the prettiest wedding you’ve ever seen!

 

This relaxed yet refined French chateau wedding in the Dordogne region is what destination wedding dreams are made of and the talented Claire Penn was there to capture all of the day’s perfection…

 

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2People1Life Real Wedding Film – France The Home Of Romance

03/03/2014 | 1

Lisa & Alex   ♥   Provence, France

Videographer:   Pierre Abramovici

 

Lisa and Alex are wedding their way around the world, having a ceremony in every country they visit and blogging about it as 2People1Life.

 

Nuptials number 49 saw the cute couple say ‘I Do’ with a romantic rendezvous in picturesque Provence in France. Pierre Abramovici was on hand to film the day and capture all the of the highlights, giving you a little sneak peek into this wonderful wedding day.

 

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2People1Life Real Wedding – A Romantic Rendezvous In France

26/02/2014 | 1

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Lisa & Alex   ♥   Provence, France

Photographer:   Ben Aurore Photography

 

If you’ve been following the worldwide wedding adventure of  the lovely Lisa and Alex of 2People1Life, you’ll know that they have been wedding their way around the world, saying ‘I Do’ in every country they visit, on a quest to share the love of all of these wonderful destination wedding locations. Amazing hey?

 

Today’s nuptials (number 49) took place in picturesque Provence in France. The region of Provence is thought of as quintessential France to many, delivering authentic French character and charm along with stunning and diverse scenery. Wedding venues in the region range from grand romantic chateaus to shabby chic, light stone country houses decorated with the classic blue shutters, to dreamy boutique hotels and luxurious five star abodes – there’s certainly something for everyone. 

 

Here’s Lisa and Alex, to tell you a little more about their romantic rendezvous in France… 

 

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2People1Life:

“Today entailed our 49th wedding with several female family members in Aix-en-Provence, France. One of the most romantic places on earth. We were going to have our hands, and our pockets full…of hankies! We also had flights to catch, pictures to take and picnics to eat, not to mention the car problems we would endure! It was going to be a big day!”

 

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Real Wedding Film – The Little Things Are The Big Things In France

13/01/2014 | 0

Elena & Neil   ♥   Gironde, France

Videographer:   Deneemotion

 

Elena and Neil’s nuptials took place within the stunning landscaped gardens of the luxurious Château Rigaud in Gironde, France.

 

The exclusive and elegant house created the perfect setting for this super-stylish, romantic and heartfelt ceremony. Saying ‘I Do’ in the summer breeze was followed by a cosy, candlelit wedding breakfast and superb speeches. “The little things are the big things…” in this beyond-beautiful wedding in France.

 

Thanks to the talented team at Deneemotion for perfectly capturing all the little things from this special day.

 

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