Love (In Paris)

Monday, July 8, 2013

Paris is the City of Love, so it only seems natural to honeymoon, there right? The Boy (My Husband!) had his camera along, so don't worry; real pictures were taken too. From the artworks in the Louvre, to strolling along the Seine, from the broad boulevards of the Champ-Elysee to the quirky storefronts in Montmare, here  are some of the snapshots of our time in France, carrying some of the romance back with us to quiet Wyoming.

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Row One: Locks on a Bridge. Lovers use them to "lock" in their love

Row Two: Paris Skyline viewed from behind a clock face at Musee D'Orsay | Eiffel Tower as seen on the Champ De Mars 

Row Three The Louvre | Boulanger Des Invalides
Row Four : Moulin Rouge | Paris Skyline
Row Five: Statue at Napoleon's tomb | Alter at Sainte Chapelle
Row Six: Arc De Triomphe
Row Seven: a neighbor's window | ice cream truck
Row Eight: Boy with a toy boat at Jardin Luxembourg | Sign on the English Bookstore Shakespeare Company
Row Nine: View from a bridge of the Petit Palis | Sacre Coeur
Row Ten: Eiffel Tower at Night | The Seine River  


24 comments

  1. Great pictures! I've been dying to go back to Paris. Hope you had a lot of fun :)

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  2. how incredible! I am dying to visit that love lock bridge! this trip looks so wonderful.

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    1. This lock bridge did have a ton of neat locks, but this locks on a bridge thing seems fairly common. A lot of towns and cities in Europe seem to have them... so maybe you will get to visit one. Maybe they do this in Cape Town too?!

      Glad to hear you are settling in well too, by the way.

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  3. Wow, these shots are stunning. I especially like the photos of the Eiffel Tower, it always looks magical in photos! Isn't that fun to call him your husband?! That was one of my most favorite things after our wedding too. I can't wait to see more photos and best of luck to you two settling in your first weeks as husband and wife! Such a sweet time :)

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    1. Calling him my husband (and admiring our wedding rings) is definitely fun to do! lol.

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  4. This is so cool! What I would give to go to Paris right now- so beautiful! Hope you had a great trip <3 Alex


    tobebeautifulingodseyes.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you; we definitely did have a great time. So worth going to Paris, so I hope you do one day!

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  5. ohhh my goodness, this looks absolutely magic. can you imagine LIVING there? like oh hey i woke up and there's the eiffel tower. no big deal. my heart would explode from happiness every morning, haha. i ate these pictures up, can't wait to see more!

    xo Marlen
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    1. I maaaay have been campaigning to move to Paris while we were there. Oh, so pretty and such good food and walking everywhere!

      I'm sure living there you experience the same issues and annoyances as anywhere, but it was so lovely. Can't wait to show you more :)

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  6. So pretty! I've been real excited waiting for your wedding/honeymoon pictures, I can't wait!

    Rachel

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  7. Lovely, lovely photos! I'd love to go to Paris someday. Tokyo is first on my list, though. :-)

    Love, Amy

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    1. Oh, Tokyo sounds so fantastic, doesn't it?

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  8. Oh my word, it looks like you guys had a fantastic time - these little snippets look amazing! Can't wait to see wedding photos!

    xoxo,
    Laura
    http://lauraisthriftingthroughlife.blogspot.com/

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  9. Just beautiful. Congrats! I've never been too keen on Paris, but those photos are making me think again :)

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  10. Be still my heart :-) What an incredible honeymoon it looks like you had. I would just love to go there some day!

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  11. Love these photos! So glad you had a wonderful time and now you are back safe and ready to kick fashion's ass! Haha. :D I sooo want to explore Europe. It's very high on my bucket list. How wonderful to explore an unknown land with your partner. Cherish those memories! <3

    - Anna

    www.melodicthriftychic.com

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  12. thank you for helping me re-live my visit!! i had the chance to go to paris right after college and i just loved it so much. i want to go back so badly! sigh. someday. <3 <3 <3

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    1. Yay for travel memories, right? Where all did you go on your after-college trip?

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  13. Ah you lucky girl. And loving all your Parisian inspired outfits. Will have to live through these captivating images until I finally finally visit!
    PS- what is that style collective you have, looks very interesting ;)

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    1. Thanks Lettia; I certianly feel lucky to have visited there!

      The style collective is a blog called Flock Together. I and several other girls take turns blogging there. We borrow clothing items from one another and then most of our posts are showing the different ways we wear the borrowed items. It is a lot of fun and all the girls are super-sweet. Check out the blog and see if you like it :D

      PS The link is on the button on my sidebar.

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  14. hurrah i absolutely cannot wait to see more!! I loved your updates throughout the trip, wohooo for 2013 right & smartphones that work abroad right!? I remember when I first went abroad buying those little international calling cards and such, but then I realized Skype existed of course. Love that you put all these together here, fun to see it all at once and get a little "insta-recap" of your beautiful honeymoon! glad you had an amazing time!
    My blog: Cuddly Cacti
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    1. The phone part we disabled, because it cost a lot, but I love that smartphone are just tiny computers to take with, lol.

      Yeah, when I was in Prague Skype was my best friend; though with the time difference you still had to plan out so much at least one could call!

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