It’s always rather flattering to see a young bride and groom come to France to get married because that’s what they dreamed of doing. ^^ While it’s not always simple to organise a wedding abroad, if you get help from the right people (event designers for example) it’s more than possible. Here’s the proof:

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“The proposal happened in April 2013, one Saturday evening in our apartment in Toronto after a yoga session. It was an intimate and very personal moment. It was perfect.”

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Mademoiselle Fiona is a Franco-American photographer based in Brooklyn and originally from Paris.

Named “Top Photographer” by Martha Stewart Magazine in 2014, she photographs weddings in NYC, France, and anywhere and everywhere that couples take her: from Hawaii to Thailand, the Greek Isles to the Virgin Isles, the Balearic Islands to the Azores, Italian lakes to Mexican beaches.

Her style is delicate, poetic, bright and minimalist. With an eye for the aesthetically pleasing and a gentle sensitivity, she likes to make people and places she photographs seem sublime, capturing true emotions and sincere moments.


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1 – Make the most of the day, from start to finish. Make sure that you miss nothing take pleasure in every second.

2- It’s your day and no one else’s. Try not to worry too much what other people are thinking.

3 – Let yourself be swept up in the day’s events – you won’t be able to keep control of everything. On our big day it rained the whole time, which in the end made it all the better because we were able to enjoy our plan B for the ceremony just as much as our plan A.

> Venue: Verjus restaurant in Paris

> Photography: Mademoiselle Fiona

> Outfits:

Gillian: Amanda Wakeley dress, Jimmy Choo shoes

Josh: Hugo Boss suit

> Catering: the restaurant’s chef

> Wedding & Event designerMon Plus Beau Jour

> HairstylingSebastien Poirier

> Make-upRenata de Thomasis

> Cake: Pierre Hermé

> Gifts for guests: Dyptique candles