Industrial Vintage Inspirations

 

Lonely he stands in this abandoned factory, only a few candles flare with the beat of his heart. She doesn´t make him wait and comes up to him, wearing a dress of elegant lace holding a gorgeous bouquet in her hands. Finally, she´s here, his lovely bride.

With specific moves wedding planner Bettina Bernklau and designer Jessica Lopez turned the distant and high rooms of the old manufactory into a charming wedding location with some vintage flair.

The elaborate and valuable dress by Rue de Seine of  Ivory Isle obviously had role models of a bygone era and complemented their concept as perfectly as the ancient candle sticks, furniture and accessories.

Photographer Karolina Horner of  kalinkaphoto was part of the great team and captured ever lovingly and well placed detail artfully on camera. Here she allows us to peek into her wonderful gallery of pictures.

Text: Marina Jenewein

 

FOTOGRAFIE: Karolina Horner, kalinkaphoto
PLANUNG: Bettina Bernklau, Vintageweddings
DEKORATION: Jessica Lopez und Bettina Bernklau
KLEID: Rue de Seine von Ivory Isle
KOPFSCHMUCK: Verhutung
HAARE + MAKE-UP: Liz Patek
BLUMEN: Karin Avanzini
PAPETERIE: Tiegeldruck Schnorrer
TORTE: Schnabulerie
VINTAGE MÖBEL: Vintage Stadl
MODELS: Angie Dolna und Lukas Stranger, body and soul
BESONDERER DANK AN: Contibelt

 

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