Tiffany: It was a private ceremony for two. We chose to be married by a French Officiant at a private chapel in the heart of the city. Upon our arrival, the chapel exceeded all expectations, and we felt as if this was its only purpose. The candlelit ambiance was perfect as we shared our handwritten vows. A harpist played as we arrived at the chapel and following the French and English ceremony, we were allowed to have our first dance as husband and wife!
We enjoyed our wedding dinner at La Perouse. The restaurant, founded in 1766, was originally a private mansion on the bank of the Seine River. Later the residence was converted into a meeting place for men and their new brides who would test the authenticity of their diamond rings by scratching the mirrors hung throughout the restaurant. After dinner, Tiffany was invited into the kitchen and personally thanked the chef for the wonderful meal he had created. Later our petite wedding cake was presented to us and tasted better than we could have imagined.