How long did we swoon over the idea to host an elopement styled shoot by the sea? A perfect setting at the sundown beach in Cologne came to our minds when we saw the calm sunset at this magical place…

With a wooden tipi, covered by sheer silk runners blowing in the wind, we styled our sea and sand inspired table decoration under an antique chandelier with white capiz shell lighting…

Oceanic alternatives to florals on the table, like crystalline shades to coral centerpieces, were composed with lightweight plain linens. Using draped table runners in a mix with irisent shells and minerals to infuse our senses with the ocean and its spirit….

Mother of pearl antique cutlery with silvery muted accents, in play to the palette of the ocean.

A messy iced naked cake inspired by the majestically ocean and adorned with a sea of sugar crystals. A magical cake that catches the light of the sunset. A divine way to add details to the beach themed wedding.

Our water colored hand painted miniature cake matched beautifully to the grey of the salty sea and the rosé of the sunset. Styled with a name topper out of mother of pearl and irisent capiz shells.

What a beautiful idea to ask our calligrapher to ink the guest names on capiz shells, an incredible keepsake to take home and last forever…

One more alternative to paper were screen printed silk menus which added a more delicate look to our tables.

The wedding stationery was written on translucent paper and sheer vellum envelopes inked with white pearl calligraphy.

Our bride, dressed in a gown out of scalloped knitted lace, a rhinestone embellished underbust trim and with a trail like a mermaid´s fin, was crowned by her headpiece which reminds us of the lost jewelry that Arielle had hidden in her secret treasure cavern….


Wedding Design, Concept and Planning Kiss from Fleur I Fine Art Photography In love by Bina I Hair and Make up Artist & Headpiece Liebesart I Dress Anna Campbell by Victoria Rüsche I Tipi, Chairs and Table Rental by Teleuktrouwen I Ring by Wild Heart at Bridal I Fine Art Stationery by Gemma Milly I Featured on the pretty blog