Here we go, part two of the back2back wedding from earlier this month. We have headed from Anna and Seb’s wedding to Vienna to be part of the fabulous day of Anastasia and Marc. WOW! Seriously! This has been an incredible day for us. Not only the fantastic venue or the perfect weather between all this rain. But most of all because Anastasia and Marc are such humbled and super nice people.
We connected very well already during our meeting last year in Vienna, but during their wedding day the four of us got good friends! Anastasia is such a beautiful bride and Carmen’s eyes were glowing when she left the getting ready in Schloss Dürnstein. She was even hugging Anastasia now and then during the day, just because she was such a lovely bride.
Marc is a real gentleman not only to his wonderful wife but to everyone he is talking to. It was a super pleasure to be around him and listen to what he has to say. Speaking five (or even more) languages makes him also standout in conversations with the international guests. Making jokes is one of his favorite things but doing that in Russian language with his father in law qualifies him for a good husband.
Getting ready and the reception was held in Schloss Dürnstein. Never been there before but totally felt in love with the venue and the surrounding. Those rooms are just gorgeous.
The civil ceremony was held in the library of the Castle Dürnstein only with the closest friends and family. Before the church of Stift Dürnstein was place for the religious wedding ceremony the bride and groom changed from super beautiful dress and suite to absolutely stunning clothing. What a wonderful dress right?
The ceremony hold some specialties for all the guests, since there were so many different languages everything was translated from German into English language and also most parts into Russian.
Anastasia and Marc gave us plenty of time to do the portrait shoot and we had so much fun with them capturing their unconditional love for each other.
The reception in Schloss Dürnstein (Rosensaal) started with singing and saxophone from Jengis. What a nice guy! We had the pleasure to talk with him and also with his buddy who was responsible for the DJ work after him. Mr. Steve Nick. If you are looking for some really fun people to entertain your guests, these guys blow our minds with their performance. All hats off guy, your rock!
Marc is from Syria originally and parts of his family are suffering under the political conflict right now and where not able to escape the country over the last years. Even A&M were spending their wonderful day they did not forget to thing about everyone effected by the sad situation. Marc found really great words in his speak and shows one more time his well-considered thinking!
It’s been such a wonderful day for us and here is to thank you both so much for putting trust into our work and us. We are very looking forward meeting you someday soon again and it’s a true pleasure seeing your LOVE sparkling between you.
Have a fantastic future!
C & I
Venues: Room – Fürstenzimmer of Schloss Dürnstein; Civil wedding – library of Schloss Dürnstein; church – blue Church of Stift Dürnstein www.stiftduernstein.at ; aperitif – terrace of Schloss Dürnstein, dinner – Rosensaal www.schloss.at
Hair and make-up: Petra www.petragutenbrunner.com
Engagement ring, wedding bands, cuff-links and earrings: Daniel Cazon www.cazon.at
Coordination: Lovely Weddings Viktoria Antal www.lovelyweddings.at
Stationary: Pure Invitation www.pureinvitation.co.uk
Flowers: Blumen Kral www.blumen-kral.at
Nails: Eva Bukovski www.evab.at
Dresses, Veil, Shoes: short one – Monique Lhuillier and a long one – Manuel Mota (Telma); Veil – Pronovias; Shoes – Sergio Rossi Feather Sandals and Valentino Lace and Satin Pumps
Car: Mark’s and Peter’s father’s red Jaguar from 1963