What happens when a super in love couple decides to say I do in the most experience-focused, hyper-personalized way?
For Jakub and Tina, it was all about enjoying their big day to the fullest surrounded by those who matter most. Driven by intentionality, a seriously vibrant party mood, and the concept of an utterly relaxed and airy ambiance for the special day they opted for the 16th-century established Château Mitrowitz gently sitting on the banks of the Lužnice river in Týn.
The historical manor, once owned by Count František Wratislav of Mitrowitz, laced with uber-romantic Rennaisance frescoed interiors, a 1737 baroque chapel, brew, distillery, as well as a picturesque moat was the perfect setting for the couple’s summer affair.
As the reception was held al fresco, Borovka Weddings worked seamlessly with Milion Vuni to create a scene that would celebrate the couple’s romance without being overwhelming. They set marquee tents on the manicured lawns facing the manor and the cameo silhouettes that decorate the garden.
Tina’s big day preparations began at the master suite enjoying some toasts with her bridesmaids before slipping into her chic Pronovias wedding gown, while her bouquet included garden roses, hydrangeas, peonies, astilbe, and ruscus in fine tune with the overall classic wedding floral arrangements.
Following the catholic ceremony inside Saint Anna’s illuminated chapel performed by the couple’s celebrity officiant, the guests enjoyed cocktail hour noshing on amuse-bouche, brandy, and ornate desserts, while I whisked the newlyweds away for their wedding portraits around Château Mitrowitz’s most beautiful nooks. After a firecracker ambient big entrance the party ensued in the most upbeat tones, and looking back I can only smile at the warmth and easy-going feel this wedding carried.
My guess is this is what a wedding day should be about anyway!
Photography: Tomas Dolejsi – tomasdolejsi.com – @tomas_dolejsi