Minimalism at the wedding – do these concepts go together at all? For brides who do not see themselves at a lavish wedding, we have created a wedding inspiration in a minimalist, but at the same time very elegant style.
Inspired by the Tuscany-style villas, we were enchanted by Pension Na Kmíně. Since this Pension has been recently successfully renovated, it has drawn us in with its modern and classy style. The perfect setting for our restrained wedding editorial.
We chose a light beige as our guiding color, accented by matte gold and a little touch of black. Textures and gentle flourishing arrangements were inspired by the new era of minimalism and sustainability. The floral design was a showpiece runner of WOW Flowers and featured pampas grass, twisted-willow twigs, and also a non-traditional combination of peony rose and cotton.
Our bride wore a very simple Pronovias wedding dress from a wedding house Nuance and we completed the look with jewels from Klenota Jewelry and absolutely gorgeous and timeless bridal shoes by Stuart Weizmann. One of the top Czech make-up artists, Alina Vagner, created a minimal wedding look that underlined the bride's beauty.
The wedding cake and the sweets were made by Cupcakes Veronika. Our goal was to let Veronika be as creative as she could, so she could create an unconventional wedding cake that now serves as an inspiration for many brides.
The wedding stationery in subtle color shades was made by Kristýna from Láskou Psané. When designing printed materials, she used her sketch of a cotton branch, which perfectly complemented the whole concept.
The photos were taken by Sabina Povolná. Sabina has incredible attention to detail, and her wedding photographs are always a work of art.
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