Wednesday, August 21, 2013

If you are going to get married in a historic old castle, you need a dress fit for a princess. And Klara was as radiant as a royal in our Margarete In Sand gown to marry her own Prince Charming, Matej! Even though it had been raining for weeks, when their wedding day came, the sun finally appeared just in time. After the ceremony, Klara and Matej and all their guests celebrated all evening in a rustic wooden barn beautifully decorated with vintage and DIY elements. Hear the story from the bride herself, and get ready to be whisked off your feet and carried away by these romantic nuptials.

We were married in an old castle and the afternoon reception and party took place in a countryside farm-house with beautiful booming surroundings. Our bar, photo-booth and jazz band were placed in a wooden barn which was decorated by vintage furniture and accessories, gypsophila flowers and a lot of pompoms in salmon pink and vanilla colour. Big thanks goes to my lovely girlfriends which helped me with making over hundred of them from the scratch!

I combined various handmade and vintage decoration which had a great sentimental value for me. I used my grandma's lace for the bouquet, candle holders, vases and the ribbons for our guests were handmade by my mom.

After weeks of waiting for the weather to calm down, finally a few days before our wedding day the sky cleared up and the rain and floods were over.

Our entire wedding day was relaxed and merry. We enjoyed every minute of it.

-- Klara

Photography: Jan Hiromadko Photography, Headpiece: Samodiva, Rings: Eva Schreuder, Jewelry: Glitzy Secrets


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