Brenna & Nicolas

Bonjour à tous,
C’est avec une pointe de nostalgie que j’ai parcouru les images du mariage de Brenna et Nicolas pour publier cet article… Leur mariage a eu lieu d’abord à la Mairie du troisième arrondissement, puis au Cercle Suédois, et le lendemain, pour la cérémonie spirituelle et la fête, à la Maison des Polytechniciens.

Nostalgie, donc, car ce mariage concentrait un nombre incalculable des petites choses qui font que j’aime mon métier de photographe de mariage…
Un mariage international, d’abord, rempli de gens parlant des langues diverses et variées, mais finissant toujours par se comprendre. Un mariage plein d’amour bien sur, celui que Brenna et Nicolas se portent l’un à l’autre, mais aussi celui qui « circule », entre les mariés, leurs familles et leurs amis. Et aussi, et surtout, un mariage où l’on a pas peur de laisser éclater sa joie, son bonheur, de laisser couler ses larmes, et de serrer les gens que l’on aime dans ses bras…

Le petit mot des mariés :
We sought someone who could tell the story of our day – someone who would capture the moments that made our wedding day the emotional and once in a lifetime experience that it was so that we might relive it in the future. Christophe was that person. We were so thrilled that he accepted to photograph our wedding. He approached our day almost as a journalist – someone capturing a play-by-play of the days. What we have now is an intimate reminder of the moments we shared with different members of our family, friends, and also the moments they shared that we couldn’t have seen. Christophe is every bit as discreet as he says, but very much present when needed (he was the most prepared out of our entire wedding party, providing safety pins in moments of crucial wardrobe malfunctions!) He has a natural ability to interact with the varying personalities at our wedding, and a professional way of addressing the various expectations. He was highly responsive and adaptable to our needs and agenda between our civil wedding and private ceremony and reception. The resulting photos were a cohesive collection that we’ll cherish, share and enjoy for the rest of our lives.

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