Paris ceremony locations

For your wedding, elopement or vow renewal

Paris is a city of many iconic parks and monuments. Browse through our selection of ceremony locations and decide the atmosphere and view you really want for your intimate ceremony.

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Eiffel Tower

Say “I do” in front of the most iconic monument in Paris!   There are several locations around the Eiffel Tower that offer beautiful views. For the full effect in your photos we suggest the following locations where you can see the entire Eiffel Tower. Please note that since the Eiffel Tower is one of [...]

American Church in Paris

Your Wedding blessing at the American Church in Paris. The American Church in Paris is an inter-denominational, Protestant congregation with roots dating back to 1814. The sanctuary located in central Paris near the Eiffel Tower on the Quai d'Orsay was built in 1926. The ornately designed organ case was the creation of master craftsman Gunther [...]

Notre-Dame

Join your lives at the foot of the majestic Notre-Dame de Paris After the recent devastating fire, we are not currently offering Notre-Dame as a ceremony location. The Perfect Paris Wedding team supports the reconstruction of this beautiful monument through ongoing donations. Notre-Dame de Paris is a gothic cathedral built in 1163. It stands on [...]

Parc Monceau

Questions and Answers What is Parc Monceau ? Parc Monceau (pronounced "pahrk Mon'so") is a public park located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, France. It was established in the 18th century by Phillippe d'Orléans, Duke of Chartres, a cousin of King Louis XVI, who was fabulously wealthy, and active in court politics and society.  Where is it located?

Luxembourg garden

Have a chateau-like wedding at the Luxembourg garden Laure and Andrew got married in October. See more photos of our October weddings. Questions and Answers What is the Luxembourg Garden? The Luxembourg Garden is a 23 hectares public park located in the Latin quarter in the center of Paris. It was created in the 17th [...]

The Louvre

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