On the 26th and 27th of September, Paris hosts the Wedding Fair. The exhibition centre at Porte de Versailles will be decorated with white flowers and petit fours to represent the thousand and one refinements that signify marriage in 2016. The event is very much recommended by the Burgundy Paris; the hotel is a refined and elegant choice for a honeymoon and enjoys a wonderful location in the heart of the world’s most romantic city.
Let's get married ! Marry them ! Get married !
Despite the irresistible Boris Vian claiming that ‘You should not marry girls!’ it’s not a very convincing argument when presented with over 8000 m2 of exhibition space given over to all things matrimonial. Tulle, lace, beautiful tiaras, boleros, bouquets and everything you need to create as many weddings and honeymoons as there are ways to say ‘yes’ to married life. The temptations are so great that even confirmed bachelors will pause to finger the alliance between white and gold that accentuates the design of a chic bow tie or to marvel at the natural elegance of onyx cufflinks that will add a touch of class to any wrist on that special day.
Jour de fête
Finding the perfect outfit for this unique day is essential and there are dozens of outstanding designers to choose from at the Wedding Fair. Your outfit isn’t the only important detail and every aspect of the wedding celebration must be perfect. From the menus and invitations to the table settings, flowers and music. Lists need to be prepared, photographers found and invitations sent – don’t panic, all those special details that will make your day truly unforgettable can be found just 30 minutes by metro from the Burgundy Paris over the last weekend in September. Their team members are true romantics who will be thrilled to offer advice and ideas or simply listen as you organize some of the best moments of your life; be it your marriage proposal, wedding night, your special wedding day, or your honeymoon at the Burgundy Paris – your happiness is their only concern.
Hotel Burgundy Paris, a 5 star hotel in Paris, at the heart of the 1st district