Oui, Oui

I know the news about their wedding have been heavily talked everywhere, and it’s been almost a month since these two became husband and wife..I’ve just been procrastinating too much..:p. Anyway, I don’t think I have ever followed celebrities wedding before. But this one is different, not because it’s Eva Longoria..but because it’s Tony Parker…:P.

The pre-marriage celebration. A his-and-her bachelor bash in Saint-Tropez. A trip to Disneyland Paris with family and friends.

They had a romantic dinner on a yatch under the lights of the twinkling Eiffel Tower the night before the ceremony.

 

Pretty in pink. Eva wore a Chanel frock on her last lunch with her friends as a single girl. The venue was Coco Chanel apartment. I love the dress, but I don’t like how she matched it with the blue jeweled necklace and earrings, the jewelry is just too match. I think we can blame that to Robert Verdi, her stylist. The sunglasses are from Michael Kors.

The ceremony. They had a traditional Roman Catholic wedding at the Saint-German-l’Aucerrois church in Paris, officiated by Paris Mayor Bertrand Delanoe. Eva was wearing a white lacy dress with an updo hairstyle.
The ring is an 18K white gold, with two rows of 80 brilliant-cut diamonds and 27 square-cut diamonds. I was blinded for a second when I saw the picture of her ring.

The wedding reception.

Venue: Chateau Vaux-le-Vicompte. A 17th century castle, where Marie Antoinette was filmed.
The dress: Couture Angel Sanches mermaid gown with a scoop back and a long train.

The day after. Eva was wearing a tracksuit emblazoned with ‘Mrs. Parker’

Other tidbits
Wedding gift to close friends: Mother of Pearl bracelet from Van C&A.

L’Oreal Paris created a special lipstick called Eva Pink Romance for her to wear on her wedding day. It is now available in Paris as a limited edition.

She had a pair of adorable bridal flip-flops that feature a crystal ring embellishment and are inscribed with the words, “What’s mine is mine, what’s his is definitely all mine — I do!”..Those flip flops would make a cute wedding gift.

So it was indeed a never ending celebration, it seemed like a fairy tale wedding..and they looked so much in love together. Anyone care to guess how long they will last? I genuinely hope they last forever *trying not to be cynical*

News and image sources:  usatoday, justjared.com, perezhilton.com, OK! Magazine