Today we head to Germany for a relaxed countryside wedding. Judith and Jost celebrated their happy occasion with 90 guests. They wanted to take things easy and make their guests feel comfortable.
They wanted to take things easy and make their guests feel comfortable. And they had such a great time, even the sheep in the area came to say hello.Beautiful images supplied by Hanni Wurm and Marcus Gründel from Troistudios Photography.
Where did you get most of your ideas and inspiration from?
Due to the fact that I was on “sabbatical” our wedding was my mission. I mostly searched on the internet and used blogs here and there – and I ended up with a folder on my computer, organised by topics like “location”, “food”, “wedding dress” with hundreds of pictures.
Did your wedding preparations include any DIY projects?
Yes, quite a few, actually. My parents designed and produced the place cards and the menu. I walked through bric-a-brac markets and bought the decorations such as the old books for the table and the globes. With a friend of Jost I also did the box for the photobooth – that was really funny because we did that three days before our “big day” and by doing the photobooth I could relax and just focus on wood, glue and the booth itself. Last but not least I stitched the bunting for our wedding – about 30 metres. We are so grateful to friends and family who helped out to make our big day happen, we could not have done it without their support.
- Cookies: Jessika Thurn |
- Jewellery: Schmucke Perle |
- Stationery: Officina Polychroma |
- Venue: Deichhof Haseldorf |
- Shoes: Goertz |
- Rings: Thomas Becker |
- Photographers: Troistudios Photography |
- Catering: Das Spanische Mahl |
- Flowers: Das Kleine Grüne |
- Entertainment: Getont DJ |
- Wedding Dress: Torrox-Hamburg |
- Church: St. Gabriel, Haseldorf |