We follow footprints in the sand and pass uprooted trees, overgrown with ivy. Silence is omnipresent, interrupted only by soft waves coming ashore.
The epitome of a bridal bouquet rests in the arms of a beautiful woman. Wild-looking, as it was freshly picked, peppered with roses, ferns and delicious berries.
Natural, artful, airy and wild; cautious, yet fresh & lively at the same time – with her designs and her unique style of calligraphy Eliv Rosenkranz brings a breath of fresh air to the world of wedding stationery.
Nothing but delicate fabrics and long hair touches their bodies, a tribute to the naturalness of being.
Visit with us Grecian brides, on water and on land, framed by the unique architecture and unspoiled nature of the country, causing breathtaking inspirations.
Between endless meadows, typical white architecture and untouched nature we find the this wonderfully wild Apulia inspiration.
Light streams of fabric, modern cutlery and graceful calligraphy on a white background. Stylish, aesthetical, minimalist in their arrangement.
A tender kiss between olive trees, meaningful looks in the vineyards and undisturbed togetherness in a fragrant sea of roses – there´s true love awaiting us in Tuscany.
Majestically, with all its splendor, the Chateau de Santeny recently served as the tailor-made venue for glamorous wedding inspirations.
Soft velvet, bright white and warm candlelight are the atmospheric harbingers for an elegant winter wedding in Fine Art style.
Susanna and Thomas wanted a garden wedding with vintage flair, natural and unconventional. With personal vows, emotional speeches and a huge portion of feeling.
With this incredible shooting Jana Stanzig of Fine Moments and Melanie Nedelko take us onto a journey to a wonderful world of inspirations in shades of grey.
The imperial Boconnoc Estate opens its gates to reveal the look of historical bridal inspirations with a touch of modernity.
In the mountain area of Mallorca, unnoticed and undisturbed, a bridal couple celebrates their love. A lavishly set table for two is ready for the feast.
Past fig and fruit trees, along rosemary and lavender bushes and through olive groves, we follow the bride to a grand estate which leaves no doubts as to her aristocratic ancestry.