The dream of all lovers is to experience an exceptional moment, rich in emotions and happiness, on their wedding day. The choice of the place where the event will be celebrated is of paramount importance. The 8th arrondissement of Paris is one of the most popular destinations.

Why is it beautiful to get married in Paris?

Baptized City of Love, Paris is an ideal place to celebrate a wedding. It must be said that the French capital is full of romantic places to mention only the Pont des Arts. In the past, lovers came to the place to make a wish to love each other for life. The thousands of sealed padlocks present on the bridge were the symbol of these oaths of eternal love. They ended up weighing down the bridge and the town hall of Paris was forced to remove them. That said, the bridge is still a romantic place.

Do not forget the Eiffel Tower, one of the best tourist attractions in the capital. Many women dream of receiving a marriage proposal in front of this great monument. In addition to all this, Paris is home to several authentic and magical places where you can celebrate the most important event of your life.

Getting married in the French capital is therefore getting married in the City of Love. It also means living an unforgettable moment since your wedding will take place in an exceptional and glamorous setting. For the photographer, this is a real advantage. He can find fascinating places to do the different photo shoots in this Parisian district.

The town hall of the 8th arrondissement of Paris

It is on the right bank of the Seine that the 8th arrondissement of Paris is located. The place is home to the most beautiful architectural monuments in France. The town hall of the 8th arrondissement is one of them. It is a building that once symbolized the industrial power of France. Called Hotel Cail, it is located on Boulevard Malesherbes and boasts exceptional architecture.

Indeed, this architectural jewel of Paris 8th is inspired by the Second Empire. Its major asset is its charm and elegance. But it also stands out for its sumptuous interior decor. The mosaic floors, the sculptures, the Napoleon III furniture, the magnificent paintings on the ceilings…, many elements bring a touch of finesse and exemplary charm.

Performing your civil wedding at the town hall of the 8th arrondissement of Paris means celebrating love in the heart of this remarkable setting. With its gilded carvings, sea-themed paintings and shiny, luxurious chandeliers, the wedding hall is breathtakingly beautiful. In this bright and chic room, the photographer in Paris captures the exchange of vows and transcribes images of this great moment of joy and emotion. No matter what angle each shot was taken, success is there

The Garden of the Royal Palace

During a wedding in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, the bride and groom can find beautiful places to take group and couple photos. The Jardin du Palais Royal is the perfect destination for our couple.

A few steps from the Louvre Museum, it is a small haven of peace which houses a building of magnificent architecture, including the Palais-Cardinal or the Palais-Royal. Its construction was commissioned by Cardinal de Richelieu in 1633 and it once served as a royal residence.

But above all that, the Jardin du Palais Royal remains a green space of exceptional charm. It offers the photographer many interesting ideas for taking group photos or the couple photo session. The garden is full of flowers and greenery, which provides a nice backdrop for photos.

In addition, this 20,850 m2 garden has a variety of different scenic areas, from walkways, to the gate, to the water jets of the central basin, to allow the couple to obtain a variety of different photos, in one place.

In addition, the garden is well maintained and always looks its best, which guarantees the perfection of the photos. With its beautiful setting and plenty of photo opportunities, it’s no wonder the Jardin du Palais Royal is such a popular choice for weddings.

The Columns of Buren

Our couple also chose the Jardin du Palais Royal for their group and couple photos because it is a beautiful place, historic and full of character. Located in the main courtyard of the Royal Palace, the Columns of Buren are architectural elements of modern style. Also called “the two trays”, they are composed of 260 black and white striped columns that have varying heights. Built in 1985, this work has been the subject of much criticism as its appearance contrasts with the charm and elegance of the Royal Palace.

This was a time when their destruction was contemplated. But currently, the Columns of Buren are indeed part of the most beautiful architectural works of Paris. This is the perfect place to take wedding photos. In an authentic and unusual setting, the shots obtained are worthy of a true work of art. They not only express the happiness and love of the bride and groom, but also the authentic charm of one of the most beautiful places in Paris.

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