A couple of weeks ago we ran a competition on our Instagram and we were struck by one comment in particular that said ‘As a gay man planning a wedding, I often feel excluded from the community but your page really tries to include and I love that’. That was written by Will Farmer and he’s here today to talk to you about planning his wedding to Fiancé Tom during lockdown.
With COVID-19 still putting a hold on most couples plans, we thought we’d share with you this incredibly stylish and romantic Paris elopement planned and captured by Anne-Sophie Benoit. She uses a high street wedding dress proving you can wear whatever you feel comfortable in and complements the embroidery design with red flowers, decor and details. There’s also an intimate picnic in the park and breathtaking views of the iconic Eiffel Tower during both day and night, plus, a seriously cool motorcycle ride.
Childhood sweethearts Sophie and Paul got married in November with the bride wearing a beautiful boho style Spell And The Gypsy bridal dress. They originally planned for a big festival style wedding in the summer of 2020, however, after 10 years of being together, they decided that they couldn’t wait any longer and so instead had a very intimate wedding of just 40 guests in the same church that the bride’s grandparents tied the knot. They planned the new wedding in a couple of months and did everything as a team, from the invites to the cake and the flowers making everything all the more special. Cento Uno played host to the reception which was filled with pizza making, Aperol spritz cocktails and spontaneous dance-offs. This effortlessly cool couple created their perfect day topped with emotional speeches and lots of laughter and all captured by D&J Photography!