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Wedding Shengjie & Antoine

We are happy to invite you to our wedding!


Friday, October 13th

8:30am - Run along Les Quais de Seine (meeting point: Esplanade du Musée d'Orsay)

Saturday, October 14th

4:00pm - Mass at the church of Notre-Dame-Des-Champs

6:30pm - Cocktail at La Maison des Polytechniciens

8:30pm - Dinner

11:30pm - Partyyy !!​


Sunday, October 15th

11:40-3:00pm - Brunch & boat ride on the Seine river

remember to bring warm clothes!​

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Eglise Notre-Dame-Des-Champs

91 Bd du Montparnasse, 75006 Paris, France


Maison des Polytechniciens, l'Hôtel de Poulpry

12 Rue de Poitiers, 75007 Paris, France

Brunch - Meeting Point

Barge Les Maquereaux Rive Droite

Pont Marie, quai de l'Hôtel de Ville, 75004 Paris

Our wedding registry

Your presence at our wedding is the best gift we can ask for! If you'd still like to contribute, you can do so below. Many thanks in advance!

  • Is there a dress code?
    For the main day, please follow formal wedding attire (men: navy blue / gray suit and tie; women: knee-length or below the knee dresses). Casual for the next day's brunch. Keep in mind Paris in October could get chilly (~10-15 degree celsius or 50-60 Fahrenheit) so pack accordingly.
  • Where should I stay?
    Paris in general is pretty walkable / has good metro systems, so there is no need to stay right next to the venue. 6th, 9th, 10th, 11th could all be good options. 
  • What should I visit in Paris?
    There are so many great things to do in Paris! We have decided to give you a curated list of the places we like, focusing on our personal favorites:) We deliberately omitted some of the most popular attractions that can be found in tourist guides.  Musée d’Orsay: Enjoy the largest collection of Impressionist paintings in this former train station converted into a museum. Grand Palais: Catch an art exhibition at the Grand Palais; One of the center places of Paris cultural life. Theatre de La Huchette: Go see a play in English in this tiny theater of the Saint Michel district. Shakespeare & Company: Browse books in English in this independent bookstore at the heart of Paris Latin Quarter. Le Marais: Shop in the small stores of this trendy and historical neighborhood. Sacré Coeur: Admire the views of Paris from this basilica situated at the top of Montmartre. Canal Saint Martin: Walk along the canal and across some of the most vibrant neighborhoods in Paris. Opera Garnier: Visit the largest opera house in Paris, and admire the gilding like no other.
  • What are some good restaurants to try when in Paris?
    Le Relais de l'Entrecôte: Typical Parisian brasserie. For meat lovers (it's in the name:)). The sauce is fantastic! La Creperie de Josselin: Brittany crepery. The best in Montparnasse. Restaurant de la Grande Mosquee de Paris: Unique location. You can go just for the tea and pastries, or get food from a selection of Maghreban dishes. Bouillon Pigalle: Bistro Rue des martyrs: Street with a lot of small restaurants. Le Sauvignon: Auvergne bistro. Great choice of tartines and cheese/charcuterie boards.  Le Perchoir: A rooftop bar offering panoramic views of Paris. Angelina: Parisian coffee shop. Cute place. The hot chocolate is delicious:)  La Grande Epicerie / Le Bon Marché If you happen to be in these neighborhoods, you can also check out these restaurants: Les Resistants (10th), Restaurant Plume (7th), 
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