The second most-visited tourist attraction in the world holds a magic and mystery that has enchanted visitors to Paris for decades. Taking your wedding photos here, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to angles, backdrops and locations. You could journey to the top the tower, or take photos at the base, using the iron structures for contrast. The surrounding gardens are also a popular wedding photo location. Our top tip is to head here at sunrise. The light will be beautiful and the crowds won’t have turned up yet. You might even have the place to yourself. If you’re visiting Paris just to have some wedding photos shot and love the idea of the Eiffel Tower, then stay in one of our luxury Paris apartments with an Eiffel Tower view. From there you’ll be able to see the tower every morning of your visit.
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This neighbourhood in the north of the city boasts one of the most beautiful views in Paris and is full of picturesque alleys, squares and cafes that will make the perfect setting for wedding photos. If you’re a fan of the famous French film Amelie, then you can your loved one can visit some of the locations from the movie and be swept up in the romance of Montmartre. The cobbled streets and quintessentially French bistros will give your wedding photos an unmistakably Parisian vibe.
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As one of the most beautiful wedding venues in Paris, the Shangri-La is bursting with beautiful photo opportunities. Head up to the private terrace and take candid shots you and your partner with the Eiffel Tower and Paris rooftops in the background. Make use of the intricately decorated reception rooms which have been recently restored to give your wedding photos an air of luxury. There are so many nooks and crannies that you and your photographer will love discovering and taking advantage of.
Located between the Louvre and the Place de la Concorde in the 1st arrondissement, Jardin des Tuileries is one of the most beautiful parks in Paris and will provide a whimsical backdrop for your wedding photos. It’s an icon if the city and a place where Parisians celebrate, gather and relax. The paths and perfectly manicured lawns have unparalleled views of the Place de la Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe and it’s considered so special, it was named a UNESCO world heritage site in the 1990s. Get here during the golden hour as the sun is going down for some fantastic natural lighting and less crowds.
This might be a slightly more unconventional choice for your wedding photos, but if you want your photos from the big day to have character and be unique, then head to a Parisian cafe and have some fun photos taken while you enjoy each other’s company. A typically Parisian activity is sipping hot chocolate at a roadside cafe, so incorporate this into your photos for a natural and relaxed result.
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