In my humble opinion, I think Eibsee is one of the most enchanting German lakes to be found in Bavaria – and it’s simply perfect for an intimate elopement ceremony surrounded by nature. (If you
It’s perfectly normal for couples to be worried about bad weather for their photo sessions. But as today’s misty adventure session in Heidelberg Germany by Courtney Lynn Photography proves, even bad weather can be magical.
Anna & Mirko chose Germany’s highest mountain, the Zugspitze for their super chilled, intimate winter wedding in the snow.
A romantic after wedding shoot in the Bavarian mountains in Germany with a bespoke blue wedding dress, dramatic scenery and golden sunlight.
Brace yourselves! Today’s elopement is an absolute stunner! Melissa & Shane travelled to Germany for this intimate lakeside elopement in the Bavarian Alps. They chose to have an intimate, meaningful ceremony on the banks of the beautiful Lake Eibsee.
Whilst intimate weddings and elopements may take less planning than a big, lavish wedding celebrations, some couples can still find the process quite overwhelming. When you’re trying to find wedding venues and trustworthy vendors in a country where you don’t speak the language or know much about the area, a wedding planner can help take that stress away from you. Today I’d like to introduce you to Yana from Peach Perfect Weddings who shares my love of intimate weddings and meaningful elopements. After starting off planning luxury weddings, she soon realised that it was the small, intimate celebrations of love that she adored the most. So she set out to change the course of Peach Perfect Weddings to become a leader in planning truly unique elopement packages in Europe.
Valerie and Tom escaped the hustle and bustle of the city of Munich to say they wedding vows on the banks of Lake Starnberg in the Bavarian countryside. The location held an extra special meaning
Liz and Marcello’s style is cool and edgy, so this unusual location fitted them just perfectly. Look one direction you’d think they were out in the middle of the countryside, but look the other and you’ll see