Happy Monday everyone, I do hope you have had a good weekend. We are off...
Happy Friday everyone, I hope you have had a good week? It’s been a strange one for me, what with the heat and juggling child care. In the office one day and then out and about with Dexter another. More of the same next week and then we are away for a week, my normal routine is certainly mixed up! This weekend I am trying to keep it a quiet one, as last weekend was so busy. We are off to Sherwood Pines tomorrow and then Sunday is a chilled one, all weather dependant of course! So on with today’s wedding and it’s the turn of Jasmine and Suvad who held their wedding at Richardhof in Austria. They held a super cute outdoor ceremony, followed by a Shabby Chic reception filled with pastel details and vintage inspired decoration. They were helped along by their wedding planner Hochzeitsplanung who sent me in this lovely submission.
This gorgeous wedding of the two sweetest love birds Jasmine & Suvad took place at Richardhof in Austria. Nature combined with the venue’s touch of vintage added up to this very romantic wedding. Family and friends celebrated the big day of those two love birds.
The ceremony took place at the patio outside which was decorated with lovely florals by Blumenagentur from Baden. IT looked like the wedding wold have to be held inside, but a last minute weather change meant they could have their dream ceremony outside as planned.
The venue’s team made sure that all the furniture outside and the table set up inside went flawlessly. My wedding planning team decorated the reception’s tables with love and made sure the vintage look of the venue was kept throughout the wedding. I loved the look of the DIY bar and the cake table. The wedding cake and all sweets, made by Ute Dittrich from Zuckerbäckerwerkstatt, were perfectly themed.
Later in the evening, Jasmine & Suvad had a photo session with the talented photographer Theresa Pewal, passionate videographer Santiago Boceta and some smoke bombs in the dark. Afterwards, the party continued until early morning.
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