Elegant wedding inspiration with wow effect in the Herrenhäuser Gardens
The Herrenhäuser Gärten in Hanover, Germany, invite you to linger with their sprawling boxwood hedges, bubbling garden fountains and golden sculptures. They served as the backdrop and inspiration for this elegant yet modern editorial with wow factor, which photographer Diana Frohmüller staged in an impressive world of images.
Long avenues, romantic little gardens, hidden squares, stately buildings and this very special flair let us see the specialness of this place.
Newly built in 2012, Herrenhausen Palace stands for tradition and history, but also for modernity and exclusivity. The ideal location for the beautifully arranged tablesetting directly at the staircase with a view into the secret garden.
Delicate pastel tones were to emphasize the special look. High-quality, timeless and elegant were the colors and materials to be used. Sylvia Hartmann Design chose double English roses, delphiniums, lisianthus and snapdragons and created a perfect interplay with the chosen flowing fabrics with their flower arrangements. Small gold accents, which HerzBlatt also incorporated into the stationery, provided a subtle highlight.
The wedding planners told: “We had the picture of a sensual bride in the head, which walks with a breath-robbing dress, the long avenues of the Herrenhäuser gardens along.
Thus, our idea was a modern bride who wants to marry traditionally and attaches importance to exclusivity, elegance and natural beauty. With the wedding dress by White and Night, the delicate jewelry by Mia & Martha and Grafengold and the classic bridal styling by Ria Saage, we were able to create exactly this look. With the elegant black suit from LO & GO, that we chose for our groom, we created an image of a bride and groom in perfect harmony.
At times you might think we are in a more southern part of the world with the palm trees and mood of the images.
For a special finishing touch, we chose a stunning sheer, beaded gown by White and Night for the bride and the backdrop of the square right by the fountain at Herrenhausen Gardens – an absolute wow factor.”