Paris Photos

Eiffel Tower & Notre-Dame

In addition to your beautiful outdoor ceremony photos at the Eiffel Tower or Notre-Dame your package includes an amazing chauffeur driven photo-tour around Paris guided by a professional photographer, lasting around 2 hours (Routes may vary depending on time of day and conditions, but a typical tour map is shown below).

Paris Château

For couples at the Paris Château, they have ceremony photos, a photo-shoot in the château and grounds, and then a photo session around the Eiffel Tower. Additional time can be booked for couples wanting a full photo tour.

Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower wedding

Eiffel Tower Park

Eiffel Tower eleopement

Bir Hakeim Bridge

Bir Hakiem wedding couple


Trocadero wedding shoot

Pont Alexandre III

Pont Alexandre bridge wedding couple

Place de la Concorde

Place de la Concorde down on one knee

Louvre Museum

Wedding kiss at the Louvre Museum

Love Lock Bridge

Paris love lock bridge

Parisian Café

Wedding couple Parisian Cafe

Paris Metro

Wedding couple kiss in a Paris Metro

River Seine

Paris wedding couple walk the river Seine

Some of the above images are...
"Photos by Fran Boloni, The Paris Photographer"

Notre Dame

Wedding couple walking in Paris

Photo Questions Answered...

From a photo-session expect around 120+ images.

All images are lightly re-touched .

At least one Facebook friendly image is available on the day with a further 120+ lightly touched images available for you to download within 4 weeks.

Final photos can be downloaded via a web link.

Photos are available in high resolution.

Final photos will have no watermarks and you have full rights granted.

We reserve the right to use selected photos on our website for marketing purposes.

Our photographers do light editing on your photos to enhance the overall look and feel of your Images. They enhance colours and contrast, minimise shadows as well as straighten and crop if needed. They do not do heavy editing like removing people or objects from the background, making your appearance different etc... After the delivery of your photos, if you want any additional editing, your photographer will be pleased to quote you for the changes requested, following a detailed discussion.

For your package, the photographer meets you at your ceremony location, captures your ceremony and afterwards takes shots in the immediate vicinity, which takes around 45 minutes to 1 hour. You are then driven on a photo-tour, which usually lasts around 1.5 hours, and then you are dropped off at a Central Paris destination of your choice..

Some couples ask for additional photos to be taken as they get ready in their hotel rooms, in the restaurant later or at special locations. These arrangements should be made directly with the photographer outside of your wedding package.

It is possible to use your own photographer. We would offer a 500 Euro deduction from the package price - YOU would be responsible for all the arrangements with your photographer. Because of the number of weddings we organise we have a special long term agreements with all our English speaking Paris based photographers and it would be unlikely that you could find such talent directly to do a similar shoot for less than 1500-2000 Euros.

Yes, it is possible to do a shoot in the Montmartre area of Paris but it is a significant distance away. You have 2 options, the first is to have all of your Photo-Tour take place in Montmartre ONLY at no extra cost or you can arrange for an extended shoot which would need to be done by special arrangement and additional cost.

Sorry, but we can not guarantee the weather for outdoor events. But, most of the time it's light sprinkles that do not effect the photo-tour too much and there are wonderful indoor or covered locations we can use. (In fact we think Paris in the rain is quite romantic and helps create some amazing photos). However if there are heavy storms, we will do our best to reschedule for later in the day or- worst case- another day. If it looks like rain is forecast, bring a large solid coloured umbrella.

(Updated 28 Sep 2018)