Engagement Session in Montmartre, Paris

by Chie in — Updated January 20, 2020 — Reading Time: 3 minutes


Paris, the city of love, is undeniably an awesome setting to have romantic shoots with but sometimes, it’s nice to veer away from the cliched spots and explore what else Paris has to offer. Just like what our couple did for they had their engagement session off the beaten path and it still looked a hundred percent classically Parisian and romantic. The unusual setting even added a bit of charm to the album if you ask me.

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Here’s what the photographer shared about this engagement shoot…

What do you think is the overall story for this album?

Fallon and Fleetwood are going to get married in Paris. A few days before the wedding we woke up really early for a morning session in Montmartre because it is Fallon’s favorite place in Paris. The place was empty and our two lovebirds enjoyed the streets and the breathtaking views of Paris.

What inspired the wedding day outfits?

Fallon wanted to stay with the Black and White theme and she has this beautiful dress that looks very urban and chic. Fleetwood loves the dapper look of a black suit.

What was your favorite part of the day?

Breakfast. We had croissants and cappuccino as we watched the tourists arrive.


Photographer:   Annabelle Denmark Photography

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