Wedding for two in the City of Love with a vintage vibe
Couple's love story:
"A couple of months after I entered a new company, I started receiving small gifts on my desk. The firs time I was curious and enthusiast. But I worked in an IT company, so soon became more frightened about what was going on. But finally Rinat showed up and waited for me after work to invite me to a theatre. After that everything went very quickly - a month later we moved together and did not leave each other. We celebrate 3 years together this December."
About the proposal:
"We love to travel, especially in Asia. We were in Indonesia last May, when Rinat invited me to look at the stars at night. I noticed that he was breathing heavily and was trying to guess whether it was because of the climate or he was getting sick.. and then he started showing me different constellations and talking about philosophy. He told me that people on earth are so much like stars and everyone has their own half, but not everyone finds it and it's About the wedding shoot:
"Since the beginning of our relationship, we were joking that if we get married, we should do it abroad, somewhere in Paris. So after the proposal we decided that our jokes (and dreams) should become true. I love that the photos from Paris often look like a vintage postcard. Everything is so similar and soulless nowadays, but Paris stills keeps the charm of the past. And that's true, I have never felt myself so natural and comfortable as in Europe.
Our florist, Pascaline Mahé, working in "chic and wild" style, created a small bouquet and hair accessories which perfectly matched my vintage-styled dress from Needle&Thread. Daria Lorman helped us to choose the locations that would match romantic, elegant and a little bit retro style we wanted."
Photography: Daria Lorman Photography / Wedding Dress: Needle & Thread / Shoes: Christian Louboutin / Groom’s Attire: Cacharel / MUAH: Yana Dolgodvorova / Flowers: Pascaline Mahé / Venues: Eiffel Tower, Palais Royal, and Le Nemours Café in Paris, France.
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by your Paris photographer - Daria Lorman