The Royal Wedding Ceremony Of Prince Rostislavovich Romanov with Miss Foteini Maria Georganta
an intimate ROYAL Parisian event
Parisian Royal Affair Featured In Vogue
Marriage of His Imperial Highness Prince Rostislav Romanov with Miss Foteini Maria Georganta.
Being a royal wedding photographer is probably one of the most important accomplishments in my wedding photography career. That's certainly one of the reasons I am so excited to finally share the images of the Marriage of His Imperial Highness Prince Rostislav Rostislavovich Romanov with Miss Foteini Maria Christina Georganta that took place at the Saint Alexandre Nevsky Cathedral, Paris and was followed by a reception at the Cercle de l’Union Interalliée, a secluded venue accessible to very few prestigious club members. The preparation of the royal couple was conducted at the distinguished and historical hotel Le Bristol in the center of Paris, where the owner of Axenoff jewelry presented the gorgeous Royal tiara to Miss Foteini Maria Christina Georganta. Besides the 100 royal guests that honored the newlywed couple with their presence, the wedding celebration was discreet, following a calm pace under the coordination of Natalia Kulikova and her Wedding Academy team. The images of this royal event were seen literally around the world being featured in Vogue, Tatler, Hello! magazine, Marie Claire, Daily Mail and the list goes on, making this royal wedding photographer feel privileged to be a part of this affair.
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Crafting wedding images that bring out the natural beauty of his brides and grooms, Thanos Asfis is a photographer that embraces each wedding as a remarkable narrative. His wedding photography has garnered acclaim for its defined honesty, pitch-perfect aesthetics, and unfeigned connection to the present moment.
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