Elopement photo session in Paris

Any season has it’s charms for an elopement photo session Paris: In spring trees and flowers are blossoming. In summer it is warm and green. Winter is so romantic and quiet. But fall has something very special and beautiful for any wedding or elopement photo session in Paris: Autumn foliage. Also temperature are not as cold yet as in winter, but Paris is already a lot less busy. Tourist peak season is over and Parisians are back to work – so the city is ours and we can fully enjoy it for your Paris elopement wedding photoshoot. Just as we did for Justina & Brandon’s elopement in Paris.

Best autumn foliage photoshoot places

If you come to Paris during fall and would love to incorporate autumn foliage into your elopement photo session in Paris, just ask me for advice. As your local and experienced Paris elopement photographer I know the best places to capture Paris wedding photos with golden leaves.

Of course most parks and gardens are great for your elopement photo session in Paris: The more trees, the more colorful can your autumn foliage wedding photos be. Also Justina & Brandon wanted to enjoy beautiful autumn leaves for their elopement photo session in Paris. They choose Tuilerie Gardens for us to shoot beautiful fall elopement pictures.

But also for their elopement ceremony at the Eiffel Tower gardens there were already a few trees that had changed color. However not all trees change color at the same time. So this wedding photoshoot location was still a lot greener than the Tuileries.

Eiffel Tower elopement ceremony

Justina & Bradon’s Paris elopement ceremony at the Eiffel Tower was so such a beautiful and intimate moment. Paris celebrant Laura Montorio had created such a romantic and personal ceremony, which made Justina & Brandon laugh and cry – and just feel all the emotions when eloping to Paris. As their English speaking Paris elopement photographer I tried to capture all these sweet moments of their Paris wedding vows.

The Paris Officiant Laura had also arranged a musician: The vocalist sang and played the ukulele before the ceremony and after so that the newly weds could share their first dance. Also Paris videographer 2P Paris Prod was capturing Justina & Bradon’s Paris elopement ceremony into a beautiful Eiffel Tower wedding video.

Elopement photo session Paris

After Justina & Brandon’s Paris elopement celebrant ceremony at the Eiffel Tower they wanted to travel around Paris to have their elopement photo session in Paris at different locations. The newly weds wanted to have a bit of everything: Beautiful classic Parisian architecture and icon sights in Paris, as well as romantic vibes of a pretty garden or park in Paris and a typical French street Café terrace.

So as their professional elopement photographer in Paris I suggested plenty of photoshoot locations that had the vibe that Justina & Brandon was looking for. In the end we together settled on the following wedding photoshoot itinerary: We started their Paris elopement day with their Eiffel Tower wedding ceremony at Trocadero Gardens, followed by an Eiffel Tower wedding photo shoot on Trocadero view platform and stairs to enjoy a stunning view on the Eiffel Tower.

We then took a ride to elegant Alexander third bridge. Alexander III bridge is a stunning monument by itself and with its golden statues and elegant lamp post are great location for an elopement photo session in Paris. Also from Alexander 3 bridge we can also enjoy a view on the Eiffel Tower for your Paris elopement photo shoot.

Afterwards we went to Louvre area: We started shooting at Tuileries gardens, which is spreading out right in front of the Louvre museum. This was the perfect backdrop to capture fall elopement picture in Paris with autumn foliage. Of course we could also not miss the famous Louvre glass pyramid and the Louvre courtyard to shoot more wedding couple pictures and bridal portrait. We finished their Paris elopement photoshoot at a nearby street Cafe to have a few more romantic elopement photos in Paris and also a closeup photo of their Paris wedding rings.


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