A promise is a promise (albeit a slightly broken one, this should have been on Tuesday – but these pixels are so glorious we sure hope that you will forgive us).
We have part two of Raquel and Miguel’s wedding. Words really aren’t needed as the stunning images say everything that needs to be said. But, these images really make our soul sing. a sweet couple and the mood and emotion is overwhelmingly evident in each picture. And we wish them a very happy and long ever after.
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If you’ve had a peek at the magazine you may be acquainted with this gorgeous couple already – if not then welcome to the wedding of Raquel and Miguel from the lense of Quem Casa Quer Fotos
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Too much and too beautiful to only be for a single day so get ready for a two hearts in two part session and we’ll see you with the rest of the this beautiful day, tomorrow. So, you luxuriate in these here pixels and we’ll reconvene tomorrow for the rest!
We gave you the gorgeousness of part 1.0 by Anne Claire Brun yesterday, and a promise is a promise time for you to hear the Bride’s story and see more, so time for Célina to takeover this here blog:
My name is Célina. I’m 31 (well, almost 32) years old and I work for a French cosmetics laboratory. I’m a really good cook, I love travelling, flowers and I have been dreaming about my wedding since I was a little girl. Now I can finally say that I am a Mrs.!
Edouard is a Stylist (hence the buttons in the decoration + my necklace :). He loves baking. His specialty? French Apricot Pie. He listens to Daft Punk, loves movies from Jacques Tati and Alfred Hitchcock. He was dreaming of a wedding that would feel like a fair. We met at a wedding on July 3rd 2010. It was our wonderful friend Lucile’s wedding and I have to say that for that alone, weddings are great!
We were both witnesses but we didn’t know each other before that. Both single, the bride was thoughtful enough to sit us at the same table and make us partners for the release of lanterns… We had to stay together a lot that day He was very quiet and secretive. It made me want to know him better so I kept teasing him. At night, he invited me to dance and the magic did the rest…
After that, we never left each other. We moved together after two months and were talking wedding after six. Three years later, here we are: finally married.
We have many common passions but we are different enough to complete each other. Anyway, I want to say thanks to the one who introduced us: Lucile!See Some More Post a comment (4)
Well, it is real wedding shutter candy o’clock (real wedding always seems a bit of a weird way to word a segment – do we need to stipulate it really is a wedding? Although fake weddings tend to include mid nuptial raids and Border Police, but we won’t take there, whoops too late we did).
Although we are not responsible for border control we would like to arrest you eyes for a few, and get you to indulge your lovely eyes in the wedding of a lovely couple. Today’s couple that you are about to meet and greet are Célina and Edouard and their fantabulous wedding shot by Anne Claire Brun; that took place in a breath stealing and jaw dropping venue.
The “Couvent des Carmes” (Convent of Carmes) in France is a medieval site built during the 14th century. It offers a large yard from which you can see fields and hills around (the Vercors’valley). It’s truly beautiful.
Not only was the location amazing, but what the bride and groom created felt like a garden party. An Alice in Wonderland inspired “cocktail” hour transformed into a yummy buffet during which everyone had fun.
Since we are all about the two part shutter stories, you gorgeous lot can get stuck into part one and the rest will greet you in Kiefer, see you for more loveliness in 24! (and we’ll have some Bride Story to go with the second part too!)See Some More Post a comment (0)