Wedding Cercle de l’Union interalliee – Paris
Nina & Hide came all the way from Japan to tie the knot in Paris, for a wedding day that ticks every box you might ever have dreamed of. A beautiful historical venue in Paris near The Elysee Palace. Luscious blush florals we can’t stop thinking about. And finally dancing the night away with your new spouse in a gilt-edged ballroom. This black tie affair has it all in spades!
This entire affair, looks like a fairy tale, from a ceremony to the reception at Cercle De L’Union Interalliée.
Luxury wedding in Paris
The Union Interalliée was founded in 1917, at the time of the official entry of the United States into the war, just after the voluntary aviators from the La Fayette flight, who had come to increase the number of those who were fighting for the same cause on French soil.
The founders of the Union Interalliée (the Count of Beaumont, Paul Dupuy, the Count J. de Bryas, Arthur Meyer, MJ of Sillac) suggested establishing a place of welcome providing moral and material resources to the officers and personalities of the Allied nations, in order to develop the allied life that had just begun.
Thanks to the support they received from several statesmen, ambassadors and field marshals and the assistance from new collaborators (Count of Andigne, Bardac, du Breuil Saint-Germain, André Citroën, L. Dumontet, the Count of Fels, who created, along with the former, the directing committee, chaired by Vice Admiral Fournier), they founded the Union Interalliée in one of the most beautiful mansions in Paris, the hotel Henri de Rothschild, which had been generously offered to them.