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Intimate Wedding Morning in Paris in Blush and Champagne

Intimate Wedding Morning in Paris in Blush and Champagne

Morning light in Paris is quite extraordinary, gilding the pale stone and rich iron of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Laura celebrated the morning of her elopement by watching the light grow over the city as she waited for her groom. soundslikeyellowphotography chronicled as she put on her gown and got ready for her wedding.

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The day of Laura’s wedding dawns as any wedding morning should – with a gorgeous gown and a glass of bubbly. Since she would exchange her vows in Paris, she started her day with pink French champagne. The city view from her window grew brighter as she put on her wedding dress with a full tulle skirt and a sweetheart bodice covered in shimmering gold embroidery. A delicate lace wrap with long sleeves and a simple topknot completed her ballerina inspired bridal attire. Her vintage cluster engagement ring and a simple clutch of blush ranunculus were all the adornments she needed.

To celebrate the beautiful city where she would say I Do, the bride and her photographer took to the streets of Paris. Centuries old brick and wrought iron touched with gold provided the backdrop to her bridal portraits, basking in the luminous light of Paris. As the hours until her ceremony grew shorter, Laura returned to the bridal suite to toast the next step in her life with a glass of pink champagne.

PHOTO CREDITS –

Photography by soundslikeyellowphotography | Wedding Dress from Maureen Patricia Bridal | Submission via Two Bright Lights

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