Loosing ourselves at the seaside
It is a cool summer on St. Peter Ording. The island is known for its salt marshes and mud baths, for the rough grasses and the wide dunes.
Anja Schneemann and Diana Frohmüller created together with a wonderful team a fascinating bricolage of these components in order to change our inner images of a North Sea island. In order to take us on a romantic journey to the sea, where the bride and groom loose themselves in the sand.
His suit appears to be of a light grey or even light blue. She is wearing a light, long summer dress. She ties the matching lace veil beneath her chin to protect herself from the wind whenever she needs to. The invitations are kept simple, almost invisibly the dancing calligraphy blurs into a light turquoise. But the love of these two people speaks louder than any letters on a piece of paper.
Their rings hang from a twig, withstanding all weather. Shrubs, twigs and wildflowers accompanied by grey candles and white-blue plates are set out on the table. One colour accent grabs our attention: it is the red of the roses in the bridal bouquet and red of the blossoms on the cream cake that stands upon a bed of sand.
Seashells are placed on the plates, the sand or next to the delicacies of the day. When we hold them to our ear, they are a vehicle into the past. Just like the last secret for a shared future. They whisper it to the loving couple, through the wind that has just come in across the dunes. He takes her hand and leaps into the air.
PHOTOGRAPHER Anja Schneemann Photography & Diana Frohmüller Photography
FLORALS Milles Fleurs
DECORATION & STYLING PomPom your life
SWEET TABLE mundus
CALLIGRAPHIE Nicnillas Ink
BRIDAL DRESS Anna Kara via Victoria Rüsche
GROOM’S ATTIRE Lo & Go Herrenausstatter
VEIL Sibo Designs
RINGS Trauringhaus Hannover
PLATE Kastehelmi von Iittala via Connox
MODELS Aisha & Dennis
EMPFOHLEN IN UNSEREM SCHATZKISTCHEN:
Anja Schneemann Diana Frohmüller Victoria Rüsche
Carefree Young Love
A flight of seagulls announces their arrival – a young love just reached the beach of St. Peter Ording. Free, worriless and head over heels the couple follows their feelings through reed and sand.
With her brown open hair and the woven plait, the bride sets a silent Bohemian statement which her groom underlines clearly with suspenders and his flat cap. Together they experience the easiness of being…
The photographers Anja Schneemann and Diana Frohmüller brought us these feather-light and carefree inspirations from the German peninsular Eiderstedt. Everything they needed was a gorgeous couple impersonating young love and an opulent bridal bouquet by Milles Fleurs.
Mother nature took care of the rest: a light breeze inviting the bride´s dress and hair to dance, dreamy sunlight and the calming rush of the North Sea. Perfect to fall in love and dream away the day, don´t you think?
See for yourselves and dive with us into the wonderful picture gallery of Anja Schneemann Photography und Diana Frohmüller Photography!
FOTOGRAFIE: Anja Schneemann Photography & Diana Frohmüller Photography
LOCATION: Strand St. Peter Ording
FLORISTIK: Milles Fleurs
KLEID: Ramona Berg
ANZUG: Gentlemen Fashion Club
HAARE + MAKE-UP: Stylistin Ria Saage
MODELS: Lea & Lorenzo
EMPFOHLEN IN UNSEREM SCHATZKISTCHEN:
Anja Schneemann Diana Frohmüller
Mediterranean tuscany Romance
This is how Silke Hechler of Weddings by Silke and wedding photographer Diana Frohmüller imagined Mediterranean romance would look like and created a pictorial picture story on Italian love.
Their visually stunning love story starts at Villa Tolomai overlooking Florence. A luscious getting ready with short bridal dresses by couture designer Ophelia Blaimer combining luxury and girly charm in a creative manner.
An impressively old mansion from the 15th century lies embedded in the hills of Fiesole is overlooking olive groves, Florence and its spacious Tuscan landscape.
A path flanked by aspiring cypresses leads us there through shimmering heat and the sensuous love. At the end of it Villa “Il Salviatino” appears like a Fata Morgana inviting us to experience the romance of Italian beauty.
Later the brides dream of true love while they take a walk passing twiggy olive groves and blooming oleander. This is where restrained elegance reveals its lovely secret of seductive transparency and graceful femininity. With their long and floating bridal gowns by Emanuel Hendrik impersonating the melancholy of late summer.
And with nothing but plain flower bouquets made of olive branches and held together by Silk and Willow ribbons in their hands they find Tuscany´s romance.
FOTOGRAFIE: Diana Frohmueller Photography
EVENT STYLING: Weddings by Silke
BRAUTKLEIDER DESIGNER KURZ: Ophelia Blaimer
BRAUTKLEIDER DESIGNER LANG: Emanuel Hendrik
BRAUTMODE SALON: Flamenco Munich
SCHUHE: Jimmy Choo
SHIRTS – GETTING READY: Victorias Secret
SEIDENBÄNDER: Silk and Willow
MODELS: Esprit Model Management
RECOMMENDED IN OUR VENDOR GUIDE:
Weddings by Silke Flamenco Munich
Bridal Inspirations In The Intoxication Of Perfumes
The scent of blooming flowers, the aroma of fresh fruit and the smell of dead candles fill the cathedral in Königslutter, where a team of great artists presents us bridal inspirations in the intoxication of perfumes.
Not only scents, but also the grace of these two beauties arouse our attention and catapult us wordlessly into a bygone time. Their long, wavy hair and flowing, bulky dresses by Cathy Telle remind us of one particular movie…
„The main inspiration from this shoot came from the movie „Perfume – The story of a Murderer“ by Patrick Süskind.“ photographer Diana Frohmüller revealed. „We were inspired by two women of this movie, Laure with her softness, beauty and her opulent dresses and the women, who sells plums seeming so vulnerable.“
Based on these two personalities, the story should now be rewritten. The successful wedding photographer got help from Wedding and Floral Designer Madita of Grace and Flowers, who was in charge of the implementation of the concept and the harmonious styling of the impressive location.
„For the color palette Madita worked with a mix of soft blush and bold colors like gold, burgundy and orange, topped with highlights of brass.“ Diana said.
With the stylish stationery by Ligia Pauls, the team rounded off not only their story, but also the entire ambience harmoniously.
Diana Frohmüller has captured every little detail in her incredibly professional way. And we are sure that if her pictures could smell, we would lose ourselves in the sweet perfume of her impressions…
PHOTOGRAPHY: Diana Frohmüller
FLORAL DESIGN, DECORATION, CONCEPT, STYLING: Grace and Flowers
HAIR AND MAKE-UP: Prinzessinenzauber
GOWN DESIGNER: Cathy Telle
STATIONERY: Ligia Pauls
TABLE RUNNER, NAPKINS, SILK RIBBONS: Silk & Purl
VELVET JEWELRY BOXES: Voeu du Coeur
ANTIQUE TIARAS: Polly Mc Geary
PHOTO SCANS: Carmencita Film Lab
MODEL (blond hair): Alix Meier-Wätjen
MODEL (brown hair): Laura Göcht