The Harbour Club Cologne is rated as an insider and absolute must among Germany’s wedding venues. Equivalent to its extraordinary ambience my vision for Ellen and Torstens wedding soon became clear: Glamorous industrial chic.
Rosegolden accents have been the fundament of glamour, on which my concept found safe ground to spread on all levels of design. This was supplemented by down-to-earth modernity, visible through enhanced transparency.
Floral opulence appeared confidently towards the naked, shabby factory stone walls. A wildly appeared bridal bouquet and a rose-studded floral arch made by Où j´ai grandi overrun the rough edges with scented tranquillity.
Contradictions, which end in an unusual interplay. Colours, which unite in lavish cake arrangements. Contrasts, which transmute to similarities in the hands of a wedding stylist.
All this revealed a bespoke wedding design, which emphasised the character of Ellen and Torsten as a couple by carefully chosen and placed detailing and without distraction from the abundant emotional moments.
The wedding planning for my charming bridal couples, looking for a unique celebration with that certain something, is a challenge for me, which I am very excited to take; particularly, if the result is recorded on such inspiring images as Tanja Kibogo’s.
Wedding Planner and Designer & Cake Design Kiss from Fleur I Photographer Tanja Kibogo I 2nd Shooter Cornelia Lietz I Hair and Make up Der Brautsalon I Dress Monique Lhuillier I Bridal Store I am Yours I Florist Oú j´ai grandi I Ceremony Petals Shropshire Petals I DJ Rene Pera I Venue The New Yorker, Harbour Club Cologne I Catering Lemonpie Eventcatering I Calligraphy Seating Plan Ana Luiza Calligraphy I Guest Favors Melcakes I Signs and cake topper Hoast and Toast Studio I featured on …