Stephanie and Branden came from US to celebrate their marriage in Paris. A very intimate wedding with only the stephanie’s parents, although the pavillon de musique allows more than one hundred guests, this is a magnificent setting for elopement or intimate wedding with a great view from the hill over Paris. This place is a patrimonial jewel of french architecture. Louis XV offered Jeanne (Du Barry ) the Pavillon des Eaux in Louveciennes (Luciennes at that time), built in 1702 by Arnold de Ville, engineer of the Marly Machine. Finding it a little too small for her receptions, the countess of Barry easily obtained from her madly-in-love King, the autorisation to construct a little pavillion so she could decently receive her numerous guests.
When we are request to help to find a typical venue with a “king decoration”, as it’s difficult to find a chateau around Paris, this venue became obvious. The event has been organised and managed by Lovegracefully who proposes symbolic elopement and vow renewal ceremonies packages in Paris.
The brides and groom finished to get ready in 2 different rooms before her father had a first look at Stephanie and to walk in the aisle.
A lot of emotion for everyone (including me), a few glasses of Champagne before a a photoshoot around the chateau and in Paris under a very harsh sun…