It shouldn’t surprise us that we’ve recently been drawn to wedding ideas with luxury. “Nothing will make you want to be dipped in glitter like a year in sweats,” we wrote in the 2021 wedding trends report. It’s the same for the apartment life. We’ve been fantasizing about weddings in castles and antique getaway cars…
AAmid all the chateau wedding editorials and extravagant weddings we’ve featured recently, we’ve come across this gorgeous Baroque castle design from Germany. The inspiration comes from Bonjour Paper, seen in this Berlin wedding elopement design that offers a stunning, lavish image of the wedding scene that is eagerly waiting to be again.
But do you wish to wait any longer for a wedding like this? Two weeks ago, we talked about the castle-style wedding being perfect for intimate ceremonies as they do for extensive guest lists. We believe you don’t need to throw a massive party to appreciate the abundance of Schloss Fasanerie, and this beautiful design idea, created by a stationery Designer Bonjour Paper is a great starting point…
From Bonjour Paper
On a sunny summer’s day, we met at a Baroque castle known as Schloss Fasanerie, in Eichenzell, Germany, to frolic in all things gorgeous.
We immediately were captivated by the beautiful pink teahouse, which was immediately gardens. You’ll find stunning CNG, statues that bring back memories of the past Rome, and a light room we adored. The walls are adorned with,h an ethereal sandy shade that was the inspiration for the designer of stationery and lead planner for the shooting Cecile Kotsch from Bonjour Paper to create a timeless style for the invitation suite, featuring beautiful calligraphy and a modern font to reflect the new and old which establishes the mood for the entire project.
The natural and feminine appearance was designed with the help of Julia Goetz makeup who opted to go for moving to let style down. The palette of cosmetics,p was warm and soft and almost sun-kissed.
The bride’s outfit was a stunning gown by Daalarna Couture, supplied by Siodam Die Villa, with sexy Carmen shoulders and transparent sleeves. She, the bride, wore heels creCarmenor her by Bella Belle Shoes. It’s simple and elegant. However, a closer inspection reveals the modern approach to embellishments with its floral embroidered flowers and delicate decorations of 3D flowers that resemble the floral designs, as well as the cake and hand-crafted sugar-based flowers designed by the Susse Verzauberung. On her ring finger, she has an exquisite engagement ring adorned with yellow sapphires and diamonds by Nion Joaillerie. Our Groom was stunningly elegant in an elegant Tuxedo that was also provided from Siodam Die Villa.
We wanted to highlight and create a natural and luxurious tone, focusing on amber, gold, and lighter hues. This is evident through the designs of flowers of Mari Neuschitzer of NOSiOKO and Ciera Schmid of Fioritura.
The bride’s bouquet is lush but light, full of motion due to the flowers such as scabiosa or reflexed Lianthus. Alongside that, florists employed the best of the season – peonies and garden roses like bridal bouquets and antiques in caramel, as well as jasmine vines, bohemian lisianthus mocca delphinium, nigella, and more to create an elegant and romantic garden style. This is particularly evident in the floating arbors erected on the side of an alcove. It showcased an ancient bust. It served as an elegant backdrop for our stunning wedding couple.
The same look of the garden was crafted for the long table for eight guests. Handmade urns were picked, and the awe-inspiring beauty was enhanced by a gorgeous display of fruit, such as peaches, grapes, and mirabelle plums, that reflected the palette of colors. The table’s design is a perfect example of an elegant Italian style meal. Elegant chairs, sand-colored table linens, and the Italian-style very made of white gold and amber glassware from the Weds4rent were stunning in the setting. We chose to create the contrast of the tableware that was a lighter blue to bring the illusion of interest.