Weddings, in which different impressions from different cultures flow, we always find very exciting. In this post we show you the multicultural wedding by Nhi and Fabian, which should reflect a mix of modern and traditional.
Vietnam meets Germany and ends in a really nice, elegant and romantic wedding, in which also traditional elements are included. So there was in addition to their church wedding a traditional tea ceremony. Bride Nhi had changed into late evening and wore a red Vietnamese bridal dress called Ao dai for the tea ceremony and then slipped into her second dress.
But before that, the church wedding took place in St. Martinikirche Braunschweig. As you can see in the photos of Hasret Kaya Photography a bit below, it does not take much for a really nice decoration in the church. At each second bank, a pretty little arrangement was tied with a ribbon and on the way to the altar, there were just scattered petals on both sides. This is enough for a really nice look.
The church wedding was something very special for the two, but like the rest of the day rushed past them as the bride wrote us. The day of the wedding is really over too fast, so you should try every single moment to fully enjoy yourself. Such as the first dance as a newly-married couple, where perhaps butterfly confetti raining down on a down to the end of the dance and provides goose bumps, as Nhi and Fabian.
Photos of the multicultural wedding
Photographer: Hasret Kaya Photography
Location of the wedding ceremony: St. Martinikirche Braunschweig
Location of the wedding party: Hotel Schönau
Hair + Makeup: Hairstyle by Meral, Makeup by the sister of the bride
Bridal Gown: Diane Legrand
Bridal Shoes: Rainbow
Bridal jewelry: heirlooms of the family
Bridesmaid Dresses: Bonprix
Groom Outfit: Dolzer Mens Outfitters Made to Measure
Floristry: Blümen Möller Braunschweig and Winters Blumenwelt
Stationery: DIY and Cartalia
Wedding Cake: Confectionery Löwenbäcker Scharper
Wedding rings: Trauringhaus Hannover