Soseh and Grant’s love story is something out of a fairytale. The couple had been together for seven years and Grant popped the question on Memorial Day Weekend and the couple wasted no time getting the invitations out by the 4th of July weekend!
The couple tied the knot in the beautiful city of Paris where the bride was born and raised. Paris is a significant place for the couple as it was the first trip they took together during their second year of dating. Since then, the couple had been to Paris together over 10 times, so it was only fitting to start their forever in such a special location.
The wedding was truly a Parisian vision of perfection! All the elements were handpicked and tailored by the bride herself to ensure she executed her dream wedding perfectly. The couple’s invitations were made in Los Angeles by a letterpress company that uses Heidelberg machines dated back to the early 1900s. Using hand-torn paper straight from Italy, the couple had a custom designed crest which more took more than 5 drafts to get to the perfect one which was the motif running throughout the wedding stationery.
Soseh and Grant decided to go with an outdoor cocktail party theme for their official celebrations at Musée Rodin where guests were able to take in the wonderful scenery of the location whilst sipping on Bollinger champagne. The reception was an opulent setting featuring handmade table runners made by the bride’s mother.
Soseh looked absolutely breathtaking in a stunning strapless, tulle bridal gown that had a subtle hue of pink. Made from 250 yards of tulle and specially pleated, this dress was truly a breathtaking vision. The gorgeous bride completed her effortless bridal look with a gorgeous high bun and a soft pink bouquet of peonies featuring unripe blackberries, specially ordered for her wedding.
Soseh honoured her grandmother in such a touching way. Her something borrowed and something blue was her grandmother’s turquoise and diamond ring. Originally a gift her grandmother gave to Soseh’s mother on her wedding day, her mother gifted the ring to her on her special day.
To incorporate the bride’s Armenian roots and culture, the couple’s arrival was marked by a duo of Armenian musicians playing traditional instructions following by breaking a dinner plate to seal in the couple’s good fortune.
As the couple got married in Paris, it was very important to them to give back to the city that has their hearts. In lieu of favours, the couple made donations to the Notre Dame relief fund to restore the cathedral after the fire.
A beautiful wedding for a gorgeous couple, congratulations to Soseh and Grant!