Emma is Australian, Thiébaud is French, and together they decided to organize their wedding at the Commanderie du Ruetz, which is why they were looking for a wedding photographer in Paris. France is an enchanting place for anyone who wants to organize a wedding at once retro and rural. This former Commandery has many rooms for all guests, a beautiful garden, and an old stable that serves as a majestic reception room with exposed stone and stone. The ideal is to decorate several garlands of light for an even more authentic effect!
This day started with a little rain. When I arrived, the downpour was at its peak, offering beautiful light/dark inside the commandery, a perfect atmosphere for portraits of the guests in the process of getting ready. Then came the hour of the ceremony, and everyone migrated to the stables. It was only at the end, when the lovers had just exchanged their vows with tears and emotions, that the sun decided to go out, timidly at first, then frankly, as the couple came down the aisle, ready to go and enjoy the warmth of this long awaited sun. The beginning of September had been cool, so he was welcome.
The reception was held in the heat of sunshine of an Indian summer, to the sound of notes of a jazz orchestra installed on a wooden stage, under the guinguette garlands of the reception room. Everyone was smiling, everyone was happy, the children were running and laughing, and we were happy to be together to celebrate this union.
Thank you so much for the photos! They are so amazing! You are a magician with the camera!
Sorry it took me so long to reply, I was too busy watching the video on repeat!
We’ll pick the photos to print, and we’ll let you know. The whole set of photos is fantastic too!
Thank you so much again!
Emma (and Thiebaud)