A Gipsy wedding

 

The late 1970´s were the peak season of the Gipsy-Look.

Typical characteristics of this folkloristic vagabond-style are „carmen-dresses” with valance-skirts, pirate-looking head rags and opulent jewelry.

Together with a comitted team Julia and Konstantin Mikulitsch created an adorable inspiration-shooting dealing with this exciting theme.

They chose a pretty place of earth among the forrest and arrranged an idyllic bohemian atmosphere with carpets, lace doilies and multicolored decoration items. The bride impressed with her lovely Gypsy styling, colored chains and a gorgeous dress. Perfectly matching: the groom with his casual vagabond style.

An old mandoline created a romantic atmosphere and a varicolored wooden tricycle was the days´ highlight. Isn´t it funny how the couple cycled through the forrest on it?!

This colorful scenery with love for details gets us into the mood of Gypsy-Style-Weddings that stand for freedom and a cheerful spirit.

Looking at Konstantin Taufner-Mikulitschs beautiful pictures makes us happy and puts a blessed smile on our face.

Translation: Marina Jenewein

 

 

FOTOGRAFIE: Konstantin Taufner-Mikulitsch
IDEE UND KONZEPT: Julia und Konstantin Mikulitsch
STYLING, MAKE-UP UND HAARE: Julia Mikulitsch
DEKORATION UND ACCESSOIRES: Katharina Kimm von Heyday
OUTFIT: Vintage und Rosenroth
FOTO-ASSISTENZ: David Moser und Michi Bouda
MODELS: Linda und Fabian

 

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