Harumi and Jonathan are the protagonists of this intimate and special wedding film in a Paris that although its elegance it never steals the bride and the groom scene.
The preparations enchanted us and little Zachary peeps out with his tender participation. Such an intimate and touching moment that Flavio Bandiera, official photographer, wanted to mention it on his Facebook page as the apex of the spontaneity of this event.
The glances, the hugs and the scenes that materialize fast behind our eyes, make us feel not only spectators, but also welcome guests of this intimate celebration of love. Undoubtedly, we manage to feel as a part of the scene and we are aware and proud of being able to give to those not present a warm and participated tasting of the day.
We let ourselves enchanted by the launch of the bouquet, by the small private and spontaneous gestures, by the wedding itself and also by the short but very touching Jewish ceremony. A crescendo of emotions that dance on the touching soundtrack of the film La vie en rose covering the life of the French singer Édith Piaf.
A ceremony that we will hardly forget for its light but also for the chic and romantic atmosphere of the Hôtel Particulier Montmartre, a romantic jewel nestled between the famous Avenue Junot and the Rue Lepic, it is the last vestige from the scrubland of Montmartre.See more here