Inspiration Shoot

Featured: Elope in Paris on French Wedding Style

It was such a thrill to be part of the incredible Elope in Paris team who put together this stylish Paris Elopement inspiration shoot. And to be recognized on French Wedding Style is the icing on the cake. Please take a peak at the super fun film featuring this adorable American & French couple, enjoying all that a romantic day in Paris has to offer. And see the post full of awe-inspiring images by Marjorie Prvl over on the FWS blog

Featured: French Wedding Style

I'm so excited about my first editorial shoot in Paris being featured on the fabulous French Wedding Style blog. For anyone thinking about getting married in France, this is the perfect resource for inspiration. And our little team of wonderful wedding talent got together on a chilly winter morning to create the perfectly simple yet stylish Parisian elopement. 

See all the stunning images and stylings here: Paris Wedding Ideas & Inspiration
And of course my (super 8 + digital) film...

PlanningFallon Carter Weddings | PhotographyRichelle Hunter Photography | VideographyHello Super Studios – Megan Hill | FloristCori Cook Floral Design | Calligrapher: Bethany Siekmeier | Cake13-A Bakers Dozen – Laurel Sanderson |  SuitL’apieceur | Wedding GownRime Arodaky

Bonjour Super Studios!


Bonjour à tous! Greetings from beautiful France. In case you haven't heard, our studios are now located in both NYC and France. We are thrilled to reside in the land of delicious baguettes, wine and cheese (not to mention all the other amazing people, places and things this country has to offer) and are so excited to have the opportunity to film destination weddings throughout Europe! We've already worked on some super fun shoots in the City of Lights and will be filming our first Paris wedding in a couple weeks. Stay tuned for some lovely edits coming soon...

In the meantime, here are a couple behind-the-scenes images of an Elope In Paris shoot with Megan filming alongside the talented photographer Marjorie Preval (who also happens to be a NYC > Paris transplant). Great minds think alike. :)