Romantic, Delicious Gourmet Picnics & Creative Portrait Photography
in Beautiful Paris.
Whether this is the perfect occasion spent between lovers or a fun afternoon shared amongst friends and family, we offer you the chance to have your precious Picnic moments captured in a fun & creative manner by our internationally minded award winning photographer. While we can’t make your Picnic last forever, with professional photographer Olivier Lalin’s help, the photos of your Picnic in Paris are something you can take home and cherish for a lifetime. If you are planning a trip to Paris with your family or a romantic stay with your loved one, we would be delighted to prepare and set up one of our lovely Paris picnic coupled with a romantic secret proposal or an engagement photo session or simply some creative family portraits for you in the most amazing city on earth.
WINTER NEWS : This winter we are going to share one of our little secret! Yes indeed, We are going to propose to our dearest clients a winter picnic served in one of our lovely wicker basket with hot wine, tea, hot chocolate and a couple of warm blankets. You will cuddle away enjoying a real delightful Parisian moment with your other half in the city of light. If you are visiting Paris with your love one and are looking for something unique, surprise your partner to a romantic Parisian adventure. Reach out to us for details now so that we can assist you with the planning of a beautiful afternoon with our gourmet picnic at “Love Picnic Paris.“
From our Paris market picnic ” Emilie Poulin”
Fresh lamb lettuce, tomates de provence, red radishes, beetroot, market egg with a honey French dressing. This freshly made salad with seasonal products accommodates “Emilie Poulain” as well as “Edith” picnic.
Rock N’Roll Picnic on the seine with Anastasia and Dorian.
Picnic in Paris can be an “all season” affair after all! Dorian and Anastasia had a photo session with Olivier from WeddingLight and we prepared a picnic basket for our couple on the tip of the “isle de la cité” overlooking the river seine and the pont des arts in the distance. It was quite cold, the light was crisp and a few couples in love were enjoying some romantic time at one of the most picturesque Parisian landmark.
Olivier went on a photo tour with Anastasia and Dorian along the seine from Saint Michel to the Pont Neuf for a couple of hours. They finished the photo session with a lovely picnic, a bottle of burgundy red wine, a salmon quiche, cold meat and cheese … And of course a very testy french baguette to accommodate their picnic!
True happiness comes from the joy of deeds well done, the zest of creating things new.
Recipe of our traditional Quiche Lorraine:
Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. Use the pastry to line a 23cm (9in) fluted tart tin with removable base. Prick the base with a fork and line with nonstick baking paper and baking beans. Blind bake for 12 minutes. Remove paper and beans and bake for a further 5 minutes. Turn down the oven to gas 3, 170°C, fan 150°C.
Fry the onion in 1 tbsp olive oil until softened. Add the bacon and garlic and fry for 5 minutes. Add the courgette and cook for 5 minutes more.
Beat the eggs in a bowl, mix in the cream and season. Put the courgette mix into the tart case, then pour over the egg mixture. Finish with the cheese and bake for 20 minutes. Turn up the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C and bake for a final 5 minutes.
Quite simple really and so tasty for a picnic in Paris overlooking the Eiffel tower.
There are a thousand and one way to enjoy a beautiful picnic in Paris. Sean and Marie eloped to Paris and decided to have a rest overlooking the seine in between photo time with a classic picnic. They indulged in a three star michelin restaurant but a little snack, mid afternoon was a little delight. They enjoyed our “Emilie Poulain” market picnic with some colt cuts, a quiche, selection of cheeses as well as a bottle of champagne to accommodate their little escapade on the “Isle saint louis”.
Recipe: My Grand’Ma chocolate & Banana & Coconut.
Cake 250g Dark desert chocolate
250g salted butter
2 bananas / 300g coconut powder
– Preheat the oven 180°C (Th.6-7)
– Gently melt the chocolate “au bain marie” then let it cool..
– Mix butter in ambiant temperature with the sugar for 4mn. Then mix the eggs one after the other mixing vigorously in between each eggs.
– Add the chocolate and flower. Mix up delicately.
– The final composure should have a mousse texture!
– 30mn in the oven
Now once ready quite important WAIT until the next morning until you enjoy your “gateau au chocolat”.
Patience is king!