Fairytale Wedding Inspiration in an Enchanting Polish Garden
PSA: our fairytale wedding senses are tingling! And all because of this enchanted garden scene in the heart of Europe. Flora and fauna abound in this poetic display of love, and we’re utterly entranced by the sun-bleached garden and all it contains. Which, no doubt, includes this dramatic blush gown fit for a princess (and also for lovers of statement bows). Get ready to be rendered speechless.
We just may go mad keeping these sun-kissed images from Elena Matiash Photography on a continuous loop, but honestly, we’ll take the risk.
Planned by Mad For Mag, every little detail is curated and intentional from the hemstitched chambray napkins to the artichokes scattered across the table.
And we simply must give a standing ovation for the artful blooms from Muscari. Where dahlias and peonies gather, we will certainly follow.
A tailored plaid vest with a light gray suit from New Men makes this groom dashing and debonaire.
From the stylist, Mad For Mag: The most romantic Italian wedding in Poland that you can completely translate into a real wedding. With gardens full of roses and a real couple we created an emotion-packed wedding ceremony. Elena Matiash once again challenged herself to live her dream and show others how to work with a couple and stay creative.
Blush and baby blue colored blooms by Muscari covered the wedding altar and table. Amazing golden shade wedding gown from Tesoro Bridal made the bride look like a fairytale princess. Accessories from Novia Blanca and Showroom Ksis complemented the look.
We could stare at this suite from Papierove all day with its vellum details and luxe wax seals.
A vintage zinc-top table with distressed white legs from Rent Design is the perfect complement to this hidden enclave.
Lovely in lace, the bride continues to steal the show with this Cathy Telle gown paired with a flutter applique comb + veil from Novia Blanca.
If you love this gown, you just may fall head over heels for one of these couture wedding dresses too.
This pretty something blue from Petite Pivoine Cakes has some wafer paper decoration to bookmark forever.
Welp, Poland is now at the top of our bucket list. First stop? Palac Mala Wie? for its flower-enveloped lanes situated before a grand, romantic estate.
Photography + Concept + Styling: Elena Matiash Photography
Planning + Design: Mad For Mag
Floral Design: Muscari
Venue: Palac Mala Wies
Cake: Petite Pivoine Cakes
Rentals: Rent Design
Gown Designer 1: Cathy Telle
Gown Designer 2: Tesoro Bridal
Accessories: Novia Blanca
Ring box: Voeu du Coeur
Groom’s Attire: New Men
Shoes: Showroom Ksis
Makeup and Hair: Joanna Sirak
Models: Karolina Rybak | Kuba Walicki