Chamonix wedding photography - The couple wanted to get married in front of the Mer de Glace
This couple wanted to get married in front of the Mer de Glace in Chamonix with only very close family (18 people). Unfortunately, the weather was not very nice, but they didn’t care at all and had both a happy and beautiful day.
All the guests sat on the outdoor deck during the elopement wedding in Chamonix, surrounded by breathtaking, snow-filled scenery.
The bride sits patiently with her eyes closed as she gets her makeup done in a warmly-lit room in preparation for her elopement in Chamonix.
The groom cannot contain his excitement about his elopement and a smile spreads across his face as he gets a bit of help adjusting his tie before the ceremony.
The bride certainly got to make a dramatic entrance to the ceremony as a huge gust of wind blew her long hair straight up into the air. But this is a happy day and she’s still smiling, completely un-phased and ready to walk down the aisle.
The bride and groom meet each other at the altar and open their arms wide to greet each other during the ceremony, surrounded by an archway of flowers.
Two bridesmaids bend their heads down in concentration as they work on perfectly laying the tulle of the wedding gown. In the other room, the groomsmen wait with their backs turned.
The newlyweds and their small group of guests have a wonderful time during their meal. The groom has a good laugh with his friends, and the bride and other guests take this chance to visit and talk with one another in this intimate, private location.
The mother of the groom looks like she’s never been happier as she embraces her son in an enormous hug during the reception at Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France.
The bride laughs and playfully lifts a guest's tie, bringing him to the dance floor as the guests begin dancing the night away and partying together in celebration of this special day.