Our destination wedding planners personally know the chef of this romantic restaurant in the heart of Paris. Artistically cut mirrors in unique shapes line the walls, framed by light green wooden borders and floral stained glass pay homage to the 1920s. Decadent hand-placed mosaic tiles of copper, marble, granite, and onyx are sprinkled throughout, drawing attention to the soft leather and wrought iron furnishings. Ascend the beautiful carpeted center staircase to the second floor banquet room. Adding amazing perspective and elegance, this dining experience is perfect for an intimate dinner, or a socialite evening of fine food, good spirits, and soothing music. Get married in Paris, and enjoy your reception in Belle Epoque era at its finest.
Wedding in Paris
A hidden unmistakable gem lies at the center of Paris, just off the Champs Elysees. Upon entering this Intimate Wedding Celebration Venue, view the grandest display of multi-colored marble adorning the walls, floor, and the great twisted double sided staircase. Leading up to the beautifully guilded second floor, the doors open exposing four smaller salons in vibrant colors. Two heavenly rooms in white, with great gold mirrors with encrusted metal frames rest above marble fireplace mantles.
The imposing beauty and impressive architecture of this exclusive venue located in the heart of Paris on the Left Bank awaits the discerning couple who dream of a destination wedding in a truly historical setting. Formerly known as the Biron Mansion, this outstanding museum and historic monument stands below the dome of the Invalides. It is not located between a courtyard and a garden like most of the mansions in the Faubourg Saint-Germain, but is detached like a real castle, surrounded by three hectares of grounds. Now home to Rodin's famous sculpture collection, this artistic venue can be rented exclusively for you and your guests.
The castle is an architectural masterpiece. Often considered to be a “Little Versailles”, it is conveniently located less than an hour away from Paris. This castle perfectly combines the exclusivity of a royal estate with its proximity and easy access to Paris
Imagine a Paris theme wedding cruising up and down the river Seine, going past the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, letting the City of Lights unravel for you. Gently leaning on the bow, you embrace for your first kiss after you have exchanged your wedding vows. The river Seine offers all of the romance and exclusiveness only available with a Paris wedding on board your private yacht.
This pretty, 19th century Anglo-Normandy style chapel was built by the British in 1876 in the west of Paris between the River Seine and the city of Paris. First used as an Anglican "Christ Church" by the British, it was taken over in 1950 by the Adventist denomination. This beautiful chapel will welcome you into its grand yet intimate interior where the perfect ambiance will be created for your traditional French wedding.
For your destination wedding in France, consider this magnificent cathedral for a breathtaking religious ceremony in the heart of Paris. Illuminated stone archways flow from north to south, framing sanctified stained glass windows above, casting a heavenly light on the congregation below.
At the turn of the 20th century, Paris began its romantic artistic period. A favorite of our destination wedding planners, the Historical Turn of the Century Restaurant was built by the romantic poets in the center of Montmartre, the heart of romantic Paris. A magnificent rendition and tradition of the early 20th century France. Fine dining restaurant, terrace views overlooking narrow streets leading to the Sacred Heart Cathedral, and an amazing cabaret show truly make this one of the best historical wedding venues in France.
The Floating Wedding Castle and its terraces are suspended over a valley less than an hour away from Paris. This is a magical venue whose history and natural surroundings will whisk away the couple and their wedding guests for the evening. The Floating Wedding Chateau is located on the edge of a national park and is classified as a national monument.