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Whimsical German Wedding

Photos By: Lea Bremicker

A blush pink BHLDN wedding gown, German countryside, and a couple so darling they nearly make your cheeks sore from smiling — today’s wedding, captured by Lea Bremicker, has all of that and more. With flowers from Lilly Deluxe and a true labor of love DIY effort from the bride and groom, this wedding has tons to share – so let’s jump in!

whimsical german wedding - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

From the bride, Nina: We wanted our wedding to be a fun, relaxed and intimate vintage farmhouse wedding. We were happy for our wedding to be a little different, just as the location was. We found this beautiful little mill/farmhouse on the countryside close to the border of Germany and the Netherlands (I’m from Germany + Alex is from the Netherlands), which was absolutely unique and when we saw it we knew we had found the perfect place for our German-Dutch wedding.

bride getting ready - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

bride and groom - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

lush bridal bouquets - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

delicate wedding details - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

blush wedding gowns - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

floral bouquets - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

wedding ceremony decorations - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

For the decoration everything was colorful, handmade and mixed together. We wanted to incorporate vintage and unique elements and really wanted to do a lot of things by ourselves to express who we are and what we like. Also it was important for us not to cover the uniqueness of the farmhouse. The little hearts for our guests to find their seat, the garlands, the table decoration, everything was made by us. For months we collected a lot of mason jars to fill them with flowers or candles. We even designed and created our own invitations. It was fun doing this together and made us look forward to our special day.

groom during processional - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

wedding ceremonies - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

newlywed ring exchange - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

blue suit grooms - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

paper heart details - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

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cute seating charts - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

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wedding receptions - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

newlyweds during receptions - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

balloon releases - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

Any advice for couples planning their weddings now? From the beginning, you have a certain idea of how everything should be. For us it always was important that the whole day feels like us. We wanted to spend a great day with our family and friends. During the preparation and at the end of the day you will notice that not everything will turn out as planned but for us it didn’t matter and everything came together even more beautifully than we have imagined it. Our advice is just to celebrate the day just as the two of you would want it to be, enjoy every moment as it is and have a lot of fun.

wedding receptions - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

rustic wedding receptions - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

cake topper bunting - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

paper tissue garlands - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

rustic wedding cakes - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

wedding reception desserts - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/

eclectic dessert tables - photo by Lea Bremicker http://ruffledblog.com/whimsical-german-wedding/


View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Music:
Groom’s Processional: “Hier kommt Alex,” die Toten Hosen
Bride’s Processional: “Floating Dance,” Alejandro de Pinedo
Recessional: “Hey Ho,” The Lumineers
First Dance: “Bis ans Ende der Welt,” Udo Lindenberg
Groom: The dance was so special and intimate to us, we danced to the song “Bis ans Ende der Welt” from Udo Lindenberg. This moment accomplished this very special day.

Wedding Location: Germany / Photographer: Lea Bremicker / Flowers: Lilly Deluxe / Venue: Old farmhouse / Wedding Dress: BHLDN / Wedding Shoes: Menbur / Makeup: Catharina Ufer / Groom’s Suit: Thomas Baldwin / Groom’s Shoes: Floris van Bommel / Wedding Cake and Cupcakes: Dehly & deSander Pâtisserie

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