Whenever we see an email with the word, ‘Paris‘ in the subject, we're pretty sure we're going to love what's inside.
Which is exactly what happened when we clapped eyes on Nora and Mehdi's fun civil wedding by Vincent Agnes Photography.
An intimate civil ceremony, followed by macaroons and Champagne in a cafe (how French!) and then a day spent taking in the sites, before hitting a nightclub to party. This wedding is just effortless.
We kind of love how ‘unweddingy' Nora and Madhi's day was. There's still a sharp suit, a gorgeous dress (and the most fabulous shoes!), there's still vows, and photographs and confetti, but this wedding is so much more personal and laid back than that.
And while we're still rather fond of big, classic celebrations, we're always smitten with a couple who toss out the rule book and do their own thing!
Chic, relaxed, fun and romantic – what is it about Parisian weddings that make them so freakin' cool?
Wedding Day Snapshot
We'll pass you over to the lovely Vincent Agnes tell us a little bit more about this stylish soiree…
From The Photographer
Nora is the girl and Mehdi is the boy. The couple are French Moroccan so they mixed the French and Arab cultures with their wedding in Paris.
It was my first time photographing Arabic style, with the traditional Moroccan music band and a car procession (which crazy to see in the streets of Paris).
Everything was perfect, with cool people, nice weather (a sunny day in Paris is not so common) and good places.
After the reception, we spent our afternoon having a photoshoot, taking in The Alexandre III bridge, the Trocadero and the Louvre, all lovely places.
Then, in the evening we moved to the night club.
I love Paris so much!
So chic, right? Sometimes I just love a simple civil wedding, don't you? I really like the candid, untraditional style of photography too, perfect for this kind of wedding.
Thanks so much to Vincent Agnes Photography, and of course the gorgeous Nora and Medhi for sharing their chic Paris wedding with us.
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