About a month ago, I had the pleasure of shooting Peggy and Richard’s intimate fall elopement in the Luxembourg Gardens in Paris. And I’m so excited to say that the wedding blog Let’s Bee Together has decided to publish the photos!!
Peggy and Richard met three years ago while Peggy was traveling and working in Paris, so it seemed only right that they should come back to France to tie the knot! The couple brought Richard’s twin brother and his wife with them to act as their best man and matron of honor—and of course, to celebrate in Paris with them!
The wonderful Michelle of Ruffled by Grace organized and officiated this beautiful Paris elopement.
She wrote a heartfelt, personalized ceremony for the couple, and made sure that Peggy and Richard had everything they needed! Michelle sourced Peggy’s bouquet from L’Atelier Artisan Bouquetier and brought them some celebratory Champagne from the famous Chateau Pommery.
Peggy and Richard wanted to have their ceremony in the Luxembourg gardens, but a little away from the crowds.
We ended up in front of the Fontaine Médicis, a romantic fountain in the shade of the garden with a bit of privacy and a gorgeous backdrop.
Peggy got married in a short red dress from Claudie Pierlot. Not only is it generally fabulous, but the red dress also holds special meaning for Peggy: she bought it during the Paris trip where she met Richard! Richard wore a suit from Moores’ Clothing of Montreal for the ceremony.
I’m so thrilled that I got to witness and photograph this beautiful Parisian elopement.
Peggy and Richard were just so full of joy, and it made the whole afternoon magical!
Go check out the full gallery on Let’s Bee Together’s blog (!! still can’t believe it!) and let me know what you think!