Drawing inspiration from the Grand Assembly hall paintings on the ceiling, Manu Kreative crafted an opulent invitation suite with golden crests, wax seals, frescoed details, and blue velvet ribbons, plus a matching ring box for the couple.
The bride’s trousseau included Jimmy Choo’s (what else?), regal bridal hair accessories, jewels that were custom-ordered for our shooting, and heirloom pieces. Our bride wore two different gowns from Daria Karlozi, as many luxury brides love to change into something equally lavish after the ceremony.
Our botanical designer Kvetiny Do Puntiku created elegant and minimalist floral arrangements with buttercups, lilies, hydrangeas, and orchids.
All of them are classic, emblematic choices for black-tie weddings and elegant affairs, making certain our blooms also carried a distinctive and delicate olfactory note.
It was imperative not to overwhelm, rather italicize the surroundings; that is why our floral synthesis’s movement follows that of the walls’ artworks.
For dinner, we made use of hand-blown glassware, hand-engraved goblets, filigree porcelain, and handcrafted linen napkin rings that combed perfectly with our scheme.
As we loved the ambiance of the music room, we took our design a step further, turning the piano parlor into a salle d’accueil. Ornate meringue candy and macaron turrets are just the right way to welcome guests before the feast and a lovely pairing to a bride and groom’s wishbook table.
A final but essential touch was the floral decoration on the staircase leading to the master garden, a beautiful opportunity for our couple to enjoy more portraits and greet their guests.
We couldn’t have done this without our teams’ precious help and our film photographer Tomas Dolejsi, who captured everything so radiantly.