It’s time to show you a litte insight into Hallie & Jürgens beautiful spring wedding!
Hallie and Jürgen had a vision of effortless, classy and organic feel that worked so well with the traditional elegance of the castle. Lot’s of greenery, paired with anemones, succulents and pillar candles created a feelings as if the woods had taken back a little piece of the castle.
The ceremony aisle was lined with greenery arrangements and pictures of the couple’s parents and grandparents on their wedding day. The altar was framed with springy, blossoming twigs of pear trees, right in front of the famous horse gates from “The Sound of Music.”
Someone was watching over them, as an outside ceremony usually never happens in March in Austria – but
at noon, the clouds were whisked away, the fog lifted and the sun brought out the beautiful view of the lake and the mountains.
The ceremony had many emotional highlights: Hallie’s father, a pastor, officiated the service. Honoring the international background of their family and friends, Hallie and Jürgen incorporated 12 different languages into their ceremony, with friends from all over the world quoting Corinthians 13 “Love is patient” in their native languages. As a first task as husband and wife, Hallie and Jürgen cut their wedding cake, beautifully designed with their gold monogram and sugar greenery.
Venue Schloss Leopoldskron | Event Planning Kerrin Wiesener, Signature Events Floral Design Petra Müller Blumen Cake Alma Pasteles Makeup Johanna Wild Groom’s Attire Dunhill London