Was für eine schöne Hochzeit. Verknalltes Paar, tolles Wetter, traumhafte Location und Gäste die für jeden Spaß zu haben sind. Was will man mehr :-)
PS: Wenn ihr euch über die Fotos mit Tomaten wundert, Peter ist der größte Produzent von Tomaten in Österreich. Das Paarshooting in dem 9 ha großen Glashaus war ein echtes Erlebnis.
Location: Schloss Raggendorf
Wedding of Beatka and Luki was special not only because they are my good friends, but also because the wedding took place in Slovakia. Felt like coming home. Check out the tradition of putting on the headdress which is worn by married women at the end of the story. It is a beautiful emotional moment.
Marcel and Gloria are two ultra sympathetic teachers from Vienna. Gloria, as you could have already seen loves horse riding and Marcel is a professional dancer.
They chose a rather atypical but cool wedding venue Galopprennbahn Freudenau, which has a long tradition of horse racing starting already in the 19th century. Hidden in the forests of Wiener Prater, the place discloses atmosphere of the monarchy times. The whole place has a beautiful patina. I am always amazed to find out these fantastic hidden spots here in Vienna. The ceremony took place in the closeby Chapel. Even the kids from school came to congratulate their favorite teachers :-)
It was a very pleasant wedding with great and funny guests. I am very happy that I could be part of it. Thank you and wish the couple all the best.
PS: Do not miss the fireshow at the end of the post!
H&M: Jenny from Feengleich
I always love to return to the beautiful Styria. Weather is cool and the people are warm. Marina & Kevin firstly met on the golf pitch in Schloss Pichlarn and decided to marry here as well. Golf is simply the game of their love :-)
It is amazing to see how much love and adoration the two of them felt for each other.
It was a beautiful wedding, with an amazing couple in a dreamy location. I wish the couple many happy years together and thank you for your warm welcome.