The carousels are undeniably part of the Parisian landscape as are the metro entrances, the lampposts, the Wallace fountains ... You can admire them everywhere in Paris (at the Jardin des Plantes, Place Saint-Pierre in Montmartre, Parc Monceau , Place du Trocadéro ...) and immerse ourselves in the Paris of yesteryear.
I particularly loved shooting this wedding because of Its beautiful decor. The bride is a litterature teacher and wanted her wedding to have a vintage and literary atmosphere. The rings were placed in a hole made in a vintage book, lovely !
The covered passages are a Parisian invention. They were built between 1820 and 1840 to allow Parisians to be able to shop sheltered from the weather. These galleries with magnificent glass roofs and wrought iron lampposts became the meeting place for the Parisian bourgeoisie. And now, they allow us to plunge back into an era that is unfortunately over.
I totally fell in love with the retro facade of this restaurant. Located in the 4th district of Paris, near the Seine, Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris and Square Jean XXIII, the restaurant Au Vieux Paris. Its gourmet cuisine is typically French, inspired by the South West.