The pictures from photographer Stephan Heinz arrived today by courier so that they could make their way on our new website just on time. When sorting for the gallery, the memories of the highly romantic castle wedding of Tina & Carl in South Tyrol were quickly awakened again.
How does a couple from the Erzgebirge get the idea to get married in South Tyrol?
The Erzgebirge certainly has mountains and an enchanting natural landscape to offer, but the region and the neighbouring cities of Dresden and Chemnitz did not have the right wedding location. A scenery for a fairy tale wedding was needed, which the bride Tina had always dreamed of. In October 2017, she already said Yes to her Carl and had a small and very romantic wedding party at the enchanting Villa Sorgenfrei in Radebeul. And with the first wedding, the idea of putting the church wedding ceremony in a place where the bridal couple feels familiar and relaxed also developed more and more. The holiday region of South Tyrol was the perfect choice. Especially as the young family had already discovered this spot some time ago as a real holiday oasis.
Summer guarantee in Mediterranean climates?
Of course, the plan also provided for a summer wedding in mid-July to be spoiled by the sun and spared from rain. But as in the year before, when I accompanied Verena & Matthias at their wedding in Merano, our white wedding umbrellas came into action for a few minutes shortly after leaving the Protestant church (note: there are only 2 Protestant churches in the whole region, while beautiful Catholic chapels can be found in every small town).
No matter if your destination Wedding leads you to Mallorca or to South Tyrol, where there is actually a fair weather guarantee in summer, consider plan B in case weather plays a little trick on you. And keep calm! Just like Tina and Carl, who were the first to step out of the church, laughed briefly at the raindrops and a little later danced in the sunshine again.