Caro and Ben’s Paris engagement photos are timeless. It was a day not to be forgotten. There’s an undeniable presence about Paris that invites anyone who visits to shift the way they think and feel. Robert Black says it so well, “Every second in Paris is art.” No need to necessarily see all the tourist sites. Take a simple stroll along the Seine river and mingle with some of the local for your Paris engagement photos. Wander along the back streets and stumble into spontaneous musicians or eavesdrop on great conversations at a nearby cafe. Walk. Breathe. Take time. Caro and Ben did just that. Their adventure date began at sunset on the oldest bridge in Paris, Pont Neuf, meandered along the Seine river, snuggled in courtyards by the Louvre and wandered through their favorite artsy neighborhood: Montmartre. Montmartre has a lovely view at the top of a hill overlooking Paris and carries a small village feel. Ending the night with views over Paris from the Sacre Coeur was was the perfect way to settle into their wedding events in Madieres at Chateau Zen in the south of France. We love what Hemmingway said, “If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young person, then wherever you go for the rest of your life it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.” Marinating every moment in Paris can never be overdone.

So meaningful being able to walk over the oldest bridge in Paris, Pont Neuf, and around the distant palaces: ConciergerieLouvre and Place du Tertre. Our late-night adventure wandered along the winding streets to Le Petit Moulin and around the Sacre Coeur cathedral. Caro’s lovely skirt was from Free People and her dress from the amazing BCBG Maxazria

Checkout their chateau wedding in the Cirque de Navacelles valley at Chateau Zen.