The love story of Marienburg Castle is a story full of romance, generosity and deep feelings, but also of longing, war and pain. With a very special styled shoot, event stylist Sylvia Hartmann Design and wedding photographer Diana Frohmüller devoted themselves to its more beautiful passages and aroused the centuries-old castle from its beauty sleep…
“When King George V from Hanover once gave his wife, Queen Marie, Marienburg Castle, he had no idea that his proof of love would one day be one of the most impressive neo-Gothic monuments in Germany.” Diana Frohmüller explained to us and added: “Between 1858 and 1867, on the legendary Marienberg, which – as it was said – was inhabited by dwarves, this high castle was built in the neo-Gothic style. His owner immediately took it into her heart and called it “my little Eldorado”.”
We could not discover any dwarfs, but we did find an enchanting bride and groom, a three-tier ensemble of a wedding cake by Tanja Kühn and a multitude of fairy-tale finesses that leave us in no doubt as to why the former queen fell in love with this property.
“Awakened from a long slumber, Marienburg Castle has become nowadays what Queen Marie always dreamed of: a cultural center for music, art and culture.” photographer Diana Frohmüller concludes and dismisses us into her wonderful picture gallery.
What happens when a bride’s garden becomes a catwalk is shown today by Fine Art photographer Diana Frohmüller with her enchanting world of images.
We listen to the buzzing and chirping, we enjoy the scent of fresh flowers and we admire nature in all its splendor. We follow the fine gravel paths that lead us through the green like a labyrinth. We pass dreamy little benches, overgrown stone steps and moss-decorated walls.
Wherever Mother Nature shines the least, it seems the bride’s destiny is to help her shine. Sometimes barefoot in a beige polka-dot dress, sometimes unconventional in a white ruffle dress and sometimes vintage in a soft pink bow dress.
The matching, fragrant accessories were provided by Milles Fleurs, who were inspired by the color-rich wealth of the surrounding landscape for their flower bouquets to complete the respective styling of the beautiful bride with a gorgeous bouquet.
Diana Frohmüller enchants us with her excursion into the countryside and gave us a wonderful light-footed and carefree start to the day. If you want to know how she did that, take a look at her wonderful gallery!
Bridal fashion of extravaganceis presented today by wedding photographer Diana Frohmüller, whose sure instinct for style and aesthetics once again causes quite a stir.
She devoted herself to the unconventional and sensational collection of Cosmopolka, which wraps future brides in sheer transparency, airy tulle and delicate lace.
Whether one-piece, two-piece or even jumpsuit, Cosmopolka customers are brave, extroverted and seek out of the mainstream for uniqueness and the textile reflection of their personality.
It’s about individuality and character. To express and temper. For strength and femininity. It’s about standing out and staying true to yourself. Features that impressively fulfilled each of the stunning designs in the light-flooded loft.
Even if bridal wear like that of Cosmopolka does not need any accessories to convince, Grace and Flowers managed to complete the extravagant collection with the specific use of simple props and stunning floral arrangements.
Are you curious? Then do not let us hinder you and let the spectacular recordings of Diana Frohmüller, affect you…
A dusty quarry instead of idyllic nature, cool seduction in place of romantic romance and a vivid expression where you would normally expect soulful glances – photographer Diana Frohmüller shows how captivating a couple session off the mainstream can be.
At first glance, nothing seems ordinary. The second shows one or the other parallels to the “classic” wedding world. A ceremony arch, albeit geometrically and reinterpreted, ornate floral arrangements, not overloaded, but in terms of color very expressive – a beguiling gown that sensually plays on the charms of a bride not in white but in deep black, and an extraordinary bridal couple, even if it does not represent the symbol of glamor and elegance.
And that’s the exciting difference! Where do you look first? On her endlessly long legs, teasingly flashing between the delicate fabric panels? On his tattoos that appear under the shirt’s rolled-up sleeves? On her black veil, dancing excitedly in the wind? Or on his chic hat, with which he completes his fashionable casual outfit?
Curious, our eyes wander back and forth between the two and their surroundings, always in search of hitherto unnoticed details that still want to be discovered…
And believe us, there are still so many more! Milles Fleurs has done a great job not only on the floral highlights, but also on the whole staging this extravagant love story.
A love story that was documented by photo artist Diana Frohmüller on very impressive pictures. Here she shares her most beautiful shots with us!
Reverting to ancestral traits, bringing out their long-lost treasures again and making a virtue out of the thrift of their time the minimalist bride masters the art of turning less into a lot.
Precious family silver adorns the dinner table; perfect stationery reminds of love letters of bygone days. A glamorous dinner gives way to a rustic snack, and antique brass holds flowers and candles firmly under control.
As if it unites the signs of the times and the splendor of the past, a bridal dress nestles around the curves of a young woman. Glittering, flowing and not pure white it honors the female ancestors in the photo book…
Photographer Diana Frohmüller needed only a handful of details to make her dream of minimalism and vintage come true.
The magnificent floral arrangements by Sylvia Hartmann were some of these selected components that rounded off every scene harmoniously.
Through the use of subtle colors, such as the beige wedding dress by Siödam Couture, should evoke emotions like sensuality, grace and beauty.
With her stylish shots however, Diana Frohmüller arouses so much more. We experience vintage in its original form and state that minimalism has many more faces than we thought.
Intimate togetherness in the middle of nowhere – with her fantastic pictures photographer Diana Frohmüller now takes us on a journey to love in a lost place.
Pale plaster peels off the walls, the ceiling shows unashamed bare bricks. A gentle gust of wind opens one of the time-worn windows, our eyes fall onto an oasis of dense green.
This magical place seems forsaken, forgotten and forfeited at first, until you feel young life invisibly filling the spaces. A life shaped by contrasts, colors and emotions.
A modern couple has chosen this property to indulge in its silence and seclusion. To experience togetherness and to listen to the untouched nature. This historic building has already heard countless stories, today it becomes one more.
With her stylish concept photographer Diana Frohmüller has succeeded in creating a true masterpiece that invites us to dream.
Delicate shades of rosé and peach run like a golden thread through the opulent floral arrangements by Sylvia Hartmann as well as the table design and cake creations of Diana´s enchanting wedding inspirations that let the hearts of hopeless romantics skip a beat or two.
An elfish being, with blond hair and a feathery dress is the beautiful protagonist of this pink wedding inspiration.
Dreamily the bride stands ashore, more graceful than any swan and more resplendent than any sunshine. Only an expansive bouquet in her hand owns the color force has flowers to subsist on her side.
From light to dark hues fragrant peonies string together to a bouquet, framed by lush foliage and cheerful ribbons. Happy to lie in her arms, it unfolds it´s splendor.
Taking this bouquet as an example, just a little shier, another arrangement of peonies graces the table for two. A lovingly laid table, on which not only two slim candles, but also a rosy future with her sweetheart awaits her…
Isn´t this a fascinating firework of colors and flowers, that Grace and Flowers created especially for this charming styled shoot?! We´re all done by the radiance of their flowers, complementing the bride´s delicate Inmaculada Garcia dress so beautifully without drowning it out.
Or is it the delicate embroidery, winding up from the bride´s feet to her neckline that give floral jewelry to the bride even without real flowers?
We leave you with the decision and proudly present you the gallery of Diana Frohmüller.
A new day shines through the open window on her relaxed face, starting the morning of a bride. Many things seem to await her yet she´s tranquility itself.
Candle light flatters her skin, a dressing gown of lace pleases her silhouette. Meaningful words caress her soul, the excitement for the upcoming hours delight her heart.
Knowingly she can show off her curves she strolls through the sunny garden. Lets the sheer fabric glide down her shoulder drags it along behind her like a graceful train.
Back in the house a veil tries to cover her femininity but fails. Exactly like the bride´s natural beauty it can not be belittled.
This ode to feminine charm is composed by event stylist Silke of Weddings by Silke. With a handful of fresh flowers, flickering candles and beguiling lingerie she focused on feminine curves and turned Villa Montanare into the empire of an alluring grace.
Photographer Diana Frohmüller was allowed to attend this wonderful transition and took great pictures of it for us.
Gracefully an angel dressed all in white floats through the hallways of an ancient house, getting in the right mood for the amber wedding of the decade.
The bride honors every corner of this country estate with her beauty, pauses to find herself, stops to open herself to this view.
Strengthened by delicious berries and fresh bread she returns to her lordly estate to design her own bridal jewelry…
Villa Montanare – this is where the meaningful wedding of a jeweler´s daughter will soon take place, the daughter of the long-standing Del Brenna Jewelry. And this is also where the bride withdrew from everyday life to focus on making her own pieces of jewelry.
Amber will give color to her wedding day, combined with gold as epitome of elegance and prosperity. Terms that event designer Silke of Weddings by Silke took up again to create these bridal inspirations for us.
Inspirations characterized by plain paper goods and stylish dresses, appealing styling and wonderful flower arrangements. Inspirations we can sink into right now thanks to photographer Diana Frohmüller…