City Hall of Pontault Combault, France wedding image of Guests gathering around the groom, blindfolded for the bride
After the lockdown began in France, gatherings have been limited. Emeline and Jonathan had to wait a long time before they could be married and celebrate, and they had to make some unexpected adjustments to their original plans for the ceremony, but the most important gifts of all, emotion and happiness, were still present throughout the day. Overall, it was a wonderful day for a wonderful couple!
Guests gather around in the street outside the city hall where the groom waits, blindfolded for the bride. Little does he know, she’s standing behind him, already becoming a bit teary.
The groom gets ready at home in the bathroom where his suit hangs next to him as he fixes his hair in the mirror.
The bride is double reflected in her bathroom mirrors as she works on doing her makeup before the ceremony.
Pontault Combault City Hall France wedding image as they are Finally standing together at the civil ceremony
Finally standing together in the city hall of Pontault-Combault, France, the groom smiles at the bride as she covers her face, trying to hide her emotions.
Pontault Combault City Hall wedding photo of The groom having a hearty laugh with some of the guests
The groom has a hearty laugh with some of the guests as they wait in their seats before the ceremony begins.
The groom watches as the bride gingerly puts his ring on, smiling as she does so.
France City Hall wedding image at Pontault Combault After the ceremony as couple exits the city hall carrying two red balloons
After the ceremony, the couple exits the city hall carrying two red balloons. The guests wait for them outside, all carrying their own balloons to celebrate the newlyweds, who take this opportunity to kiss at the top of the stairs.
Pontault Combault, France wedding image showing a beautiful, sunny day, and the couple walking back home for the reception
It was a beautiful, sunny day, and the couple, along with their guests, make the most of it by walking back home together beneath the shade of the large trees surrounding them.
Back at home, during the outdoor reception, the bride throws her bouquet over her shoulder where one lucky guest is extremely eager to catch it.