We give you clear directions to this discrete and quiet location, which has one of the best views of the Eiffel Tower and River Seine in the whole of Paris.
As you look towards the Eiffel Tower you'll discover a huge banner on the river bank, saying, "MARRY ME ?" ...
She spots the banner ... then the magic happens... It's the perfect time to go down on one knee and propose in time honoured fashion.
If you want the banner personalised with your partner's name (Max 7 letters) this is an option for +€110.
Your photographer who has been secretly shooting the build-up to the big question - then captures for all time - the expression on your loved ones face as you drop to one knee and ask her to marry you!
After the proposal your photographer approaches you to take some portrait shots. The photo session itself takes about 20-30 minutes.
Your proposal photos will be ready online within 3 days so you can re-live the whole romantic event, share it with family and friends and update your Facebook status to "Engaged".
You will be emailed a gallery link where you can view and download 20-30 edited images of your proposal. Images are print and web resolution.
Your photographer then produces a half-bottle of champagne so you can toast your engagement in true Parisian style and finally, nothing says, "I love you" like a single red rose.
In 1775, Marie Antoinette was presented with a silk rosebud, and it was said to be so perfect that it caused her to faint.
"It was my girlfriend's dream to visit Paris and mine to propose with the Eiffel Tower in the background. It could not have been more perfect for both of us. Thank you for making it such a romantic and memorable day."
"Looking for a romantic proposal - on a budget, one that actually works? Click the button and let's talk".
Price 585€ inc Tax.
Personalised 695€ inc Tax.
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Did you know? .... Pont de Bir-Hakeim has been featured in movies including Zazie dans le Metro, Last Tango in Paris and for the amazing bridge scene in the movie "Inception" starring Leonardo Di Caprio and Ellen Page.
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