Wedding in Paris at Hotel Le Marois

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In springtime, in the splendid  Hotel Le Marois in Paris, B&C celebrated their union in front of their loved ones from the United States. 

It was a great pleasure as Wedding Planner to accompany this beautiful couple on this unforgettable day. 

 The day before, BC welcomed their guests  on a boat moored at the Port de l’Arsenal and left on board for a 2h cruise on the River  Seine.

The most beautiful day of their lives, began with the beauty of the future bride by the talented Jiyoung from Modern Bride.  

There comes the moment of the first look, next to the Bir-Hakeim bridge, where the groom, after turning around, was able to discover his future wife in her beautiful dress. It was a timeless moment for this couple, later joined by their bridesmaids and groomsmen. 

It was followed by a photo shoot in the mythical places of Paris. It was the photographer Yann Audic who immortalized these unforgettable moments.

A little later, the guests were greeted with a glass of champagne before taking place at the bottom of the hotel’s grand staircase, beautifully decorated for the occasion by Peonies Studio.

Our lovebirds said yes in front of all their loved ones and the officiant, one of their great friends. It was a beautiful ceremony, touching and funny.

The cocktail then took place on the terrace and in the garden, to the sound of a live band.

Dinner was then held in the large room of the hotel, decorated in a modern way, with white flowers and candles. On the tables, the bride and groom wanted to have disposable cameras so that the guests could capture the evening and our couple could later discover the photos. The speeches, all touching, were chained during the meal. 

It was after the wedding cake arrived that B&C  performed their first dance on the music «The Best», sung by two of their friends. 

After this moment, the dance floor was officially opened. 

This special day ended in a festive atmosphere. 

On leaving, each guest was able to leave with a gift from our newlyweds: a typically French baguette and a padlock to hang on the Alexandre III bridge, a attention that pleased all the guests.