Bridgerton inspired tea party


LONDON, APRIL 23, 1813

Oh, my dear readers!

Today I announce to you an explosive news, which makes the pulsating heart of London society beat faster: Ann-Sophie & Theodor have tied the knot!

Like a sparkling jewel in the crown of the social banquet, they invited their closest confidants to an intimate tea party last weekend to seal the knot in a truly heartbreaking ceremony. Romance was in the air as the adorable couple promised to be faithful to each other in front of their loved ones and tears of emotion flowed as they vowed to love each other forever. It was a moment that made the hearts of those present beat faster.

It remains to be seen what adventures and intrigues fate has in store for this lovely couple. Bridgerton society is filled with anticipation and eager to witness the wondrous twists and turns of their love story. The gossips and gossipers will lick their lips to know every detail of this exciting story.

At this exciting time, my pen and I, Lady Whistledown, would like to extend our sincerest congratulations to the married couple. May they always be accompanied on their common path by love, respect and joyful surprises. Keep an eye on my column, because anytime on her life’s journey, I will reveal with exuberant glee the juicy details of this budding love story. For the love between Ann-Sophie and Theodor is like a dazzling mystery that even the cleverest minds try to fathom.

With a touch of scandal and a pinch of curiosity,
Your Lady Whistledown

The concept and photography of this magical shoot are by photographer Sophia Molek. She planned it in collaboration with JR Wedding & Events. Models Cassandra & Tim were the perfect choice for the Bridgerton shoot. The two wedding dresses were hand-tailored and made especially for this photo shoot by Mary Kaudelka from Atelier3Kleider. On the sunny terrace of the magnificent Proschwitz Castle near Dresden, Silke Johlig from Perfect Moments designed the setting for the ceremony and the tea table – and of course the gossip sheet from Lady Whistledown, small teamenus and other stationery works from Butterfly Pap ery were not to be missed. The Teatable was rounded off with lots of little petit fours, cupcakes and chocolates from Mary Cakes. Since a Bridgerton-style tea party is almost unthinkable without classical music, violinist Astrid Haferland also accompanied the day with her stirring violin pieces.

Concept, planning & photography: Sophia Molek
Planning: JR Wedding & Events
Decoration & Floristry: Perfect Moments
Bridal fashion: Atelier 3Dresses
Location: Proschwitz Castle – Prinz zur Lippe
Hair & Makeup: From Cheek Red
Stationery: Butterfly Papery
Jewelry: Cloud gold
Sweets: Mary Cakes cakesMANUfaktur
Music: Violinist Astrid Haferland
Videography: Elena Heymann
Models: Cassandra Feliciano & Tim Hauffe


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