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Lover’s Bridge

While in Paris, one of the things that I really wanted to do was go to the Lover’s Bridge and lock our love… forever. The Lover’s Bridge is actually a chain link fence of the Pont Des Arts (crosses the left bank to the Louvre museum). Lovers write love notes on padlocks and lock it onto the fence. The key is then thrown into the Seine River.

I actually never knew about this so called Lover’s Bridge until I was enlightened by the reality show, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Yes, I am SOOO guilty of such nonsense drama-filled tv!!

Here are our memories and love sealed in Paris!

lovers bridge7Alovers bridge2Our initials and date written by the hubs.

lovers bridge6

lovers bridgeZoey holds onto the key!

lovers bridge4lovers bridge3Zoey safeguards the padlock until we were ready to lock it…

lovers bridge5Time to go find a good place for our padlock.

lovers bridge8And it’s a done deal. Our love has been sealed and locked forever!

Have a wonderful Tuesday.

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19 Comments

  1. The before and after pic is so beautiful πŸ™‚ It gave me the idea to do something similar after I get married. A sequence of the family story – me and him, then me and him + first baby, then all 3 + second baby and so on πŸ™‚

    you’ve got a wonderful family πŸ™‚ keep treasuring it

    marija from http://www.allthingslady.wordpress.com

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  2. melly1994

    I adore this πŸ™‚
    congratulations on locking your love.
    seems so romantic and adorable! xx πŸ™‚

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  3. How romantic ! Believe it or not but I discovered this lovely bridge in “Kourtney and Kim Take Miami” (while in Paris, Kourtney and her son, Mason, did the “padlock” thing, then Kourtney put another padlock with Scott Disick !).

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  4. LOVE this. check out my fashion blog, also check out my blog on POPSUGAR…was just added on their sight as a select member for fashion blogging! XO!

    xoxo,
    Chloe
    fashion insta: chloescravings
    chloescravings.wordpress.com

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