These world travelers tied the knot at their German castle wedding
Having finished her studies, Elli wanted to travel the world before starting her job as a teacher. She booked flights to Australia and New Zealand and met Terry on the third day in Lorne. For Terry it was love at first sight, and after traveling together to New Zealand, Elli realized Terry was the one as well. They have been together ever since. The relaxed and elegant wedding was held in a castle built around the year 1200. Elli envisioned the day to be inviting, easy, personal, and down to earth with a touch of boho and lovely flowers. There was a mix of lavender, eucalyptus, field flowers, and touches of chrysanthemums and berries.
YODA SODA: This couple destroyed the Death Star at their Star Wars vow renewal!
Kerstin and Christian had a gorgeous vow renewal elopement-style in a railway underpass to reaffirm their marriage. For their actual wedding, the couple had to make many compromises, but this time it was all about them. Enter lightsabers, destroying the Death Star during the ceremony, and a toast with Yoda Soda.
Yep, it’s a Star Wars vow renewal in Germany that tickles all our nerdy dreams of an industrial-style wedding. You’ve got to see it…
Get on track with Joanne & Jeff’s race car wedding with German castle reception
A race car-themed wedding at the world’s longest racetrack, nicknamed “The Green Hell,” the Nürburgring in Germany? Oh hell yes! Add in the engineering touches, the CASTLE reception, the bubble gun fights, and the amazing cars, and you’ve got a truly eye-popping wedding. Oh, and wait until you see the neato effect of light on their rings!
Use your cake pops as a pop culture nod
Individual desserts made for “cake cutting” photos give you a great opportunity to stamp a little personality into the nomming. Amy Joy and Christian had two of their cake pops turned into a golden snitch and a German flag, respectively.
Singing and dancing at this circus-inspired German wedding
Anneke and Michael’s wedding in Lüneburg, Germany had a traditional ceremony, a second outdoor ceremony, and a carnvial-esque costume-themed reception. The bride wore a dress handmade by one of her best friends. The first ceremony was held in a medieval watertower, and afterwards the pair bicycled to the outdoor reception where the second ceremony took place.
Laura & Niels’ intimate international musical wedding
The only words the bride and groom utter in the German civil ceremony is “Ja” (Yes). This couple had a lot more to say than that and was super lucky to find an awesome official who would let them choose music, readings, and write their own vows. Also, four words: Big Leobowski cake topper!!