SUBMIT WEDDING
View Posts By:

categories

 

tags

 
Rustic Swiss Wedding from Celine Chhuon Photography

Switzerland has long been on my list of vacation destinations I need to visit ASAP.  And even though I have been obsessed with the idea of cozying up in a little Swiss cabin for as long as I can remember, it just hasn’t happened yet.  This, my friends, is my friendly little reminder that my ticket needs.to.be.booked. Because if one week in a Swiss paradise is anywhere near as awesome as this lovely little day captured by Celine Chhuon Photography, my life will be complete.  Join me in the gallery for all of the pretty.

Colors
Seasons
Summer
Settings
Restaurant

From Celine Chhuon Photography… Sarah and Nicolas got to know each other during a one-year around the world trip. Both are fans of trecking and it was after a long climb to reach on of the highest mountains of Mount Cook region in New Zealand that Nicolas proposed to Sarah! And was then naturally that they decided to seal their love at 1,600 meter high in a nice Swiss chalet on top of a mountain in Switzerland where they’re both from. They both wanted something rustic and simple, decoration was subtle and they chose to have lots of wild flowers as main decoration. The couple spent months to hand-decorate hundreds of vases with lace, pearls, raffia and hemp strings to hold the flowers on the guests tables. Table cloth were hand-sewn too. Sarah and Nicolas are very close to their parents so they wanted to celebrate their own parents’ love by displaying their vintage photographs that they spent months to look for in the attic archives!

The day ended by lanterns in the Swiss sky with mountains as a backdrop, and a song sung by the groom for the bride!

Photography: Celine Chhuon Photography | Dress: Rembo Styling By Pronuptia | Flowers: Les Capucines, Monthey, Switzerland | Ceremony Location: Monthey City Hall, Switzerland | Reception Location: Chindonne, Switzerland | Bride's Shoes: San Marina | Groom's Shoes: Clarks | Event Planning & Design: The Bride & Groom | Suit: The Kooples

You'll love these vendors in Europe

Tuscan dmc Unforgettable Weddi...
View Portfolio
Jillian Modern Photography
View Portfolio
Roseberry Weddings
View Portfolio
Tuscan dmc Unforgettable Weddi...
View Portfolio
Exclusive Italy Weddings
View Portfolio
Rhapsodie
View Portfolio
Swiss Countryside Wedding at Blausee from Claire Morgan Photography

A Swiss countryside wedding just sounds like a dream come true, and after pouring over all the gorgeous images of this Swiss soiree from Claire Morgan, I can tell you it’s even better than a dream. With beautiful scenery, a beautiful bride and some inspiring DIYs – this gallery is as good as they get. See it all here.

Colors

From Claire MorganLidia told me she was addicted to SMP during her wedding planning process. She is half Spanish and half Croatian, and Stefan is half Italian, although both are born and raised Swiss. Therefore it was a 4 nationality wedding.

They got married in Blausee (which means Blue Lake), one of the best-known mountain lakes in Switzerland is located in the midst of a small nature park. It has a very special color and crystal-clear water, which has its source in subterranean springs. It is also a trout farm so one can see fresh-water trout swimming freely in the small lake.

Lidia and Stefan fell in love with the location and loved how everything was conveniently located so that everything could take place within one location. The hotel and restuarant are located on the shore of the lake and they had an outdoor ceremony just outside the hotel. We took our time for a lovely portrait session just before the sun disappeared behind the mountain in the forest and the evening was enjoyed with a 4 course meal served by the hotel which I can honestly say was some of the best food I ever tasted.

Photography: Claire Morgan Photography | Wedding Dress: Cymbeline - Farandole | Floral Design: Bltenmeer | Invitations: Sweetcookie - etsy | Shoes: Rachel Simpson | All Other Stationery: DIY by Bride | Lemon Butter Jam: DIY by Bride + Sister | Lemoncello: DIY by Sister-in-law | Wedding Venue: Blausee

Switzerland Wedding from Del Castillo Photography

As if I needed a reason to pack my bags for Switzerland (I didn’t) Del Castillo Photography has given me about a hundred. This wedding is absolutely stunning – from the gorgeous couple, to the fabulous decor, to that view – and I will be living out my Swiss dreams in the gallery of ridiculously beautiful images for the next few hours!

Colors
Seasons
Summer

From the gorgeous bride… Today I’m getting married! The Morning of July 20, 2013 is an awakening full of emotions. It’s a hot summer day, the sun’s rays warm my skin and I feel immensely happy.

My stunning Jenny Packham dress is hanging at the entrance, waiting for me. With Mara, my wedding planner, we thought of every detail to make this day a hymn to love and joy of being together. The small wedding bags for ladies are ready; they contain rice, soap bubbles, a ‘waiting for the bride’ cookie and a fun to cool off under the afternoon sun. The doors, hand-made with my father in low, are positioned for my entrance, they are a symbol of this new step, this new life with my husband, together.

The day goes fast, my father comes to pick me. He’s wearing cufflinks custom that we did do for dads, the witness, and of course for the groom! Devis is excited and moved, the Protestant ceremony is outdoors, on the lawn. The breeze coming up from the lake carries the pastor’s words in our hearts, and it excites us. Glass balls hanging from the branches, the big white pillows under the trees, the white lounge on the lawn hosts the refreshments between many laughs and photographs.

And it’s dark now. Dinner is served, the table is so romantic and full of roses all around! There is the menu that I wrote by hand, after a calligraphy class.

We cut our wonderful cake surrounded by tiny lights suspended magically around us, and a sweets custom buffet accompany the evening. Our last dance, to the tune of Chris Isaak, and we let go floating lanterns in the lake, as a symbol of hope to always believe in our dreams. To never lose the magic of life.

Photography: Daniele Del Castillo | floral design: rattiflora | Wedding Cake: Arte nei Dolci Gaby e Flavia | Reception Venue: Centro Dannemann | catering: Giubiasco | wedding planner: mara Cirillo | DJ: TM records | furnitures: Kairos allestimenti | sweets buffet: Barbara

Del Castillo Photography is a member of our Little Black Book. Find out how members are chosen by visiting our FAQ page.
Del Castillo photography

VIEW PORTFOLIO