A warm and sweet Danish wedding

This is a wedding that I’ve had in my inspiration folder since our own wedding.  The style of the wedding actually is not very similar to my own wishes, but it was just so sweet and cozy that I saved them as eye candy!

The gorgeous bride is the authour of the Pretty Chic Blog. Unfortunately, she has stopped blogging, but for the future brides out there, you can still check out her old blog.

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From the Bride…We knew from the beginning that we wanted our wedding to be cozy and intimate, and that it should reflect us as a couple. Planning this wedding forced us into an adventure of really getting to know ourselves, and extracting what was essentially us from the expectations that surrounded us and the traditions that surrounds a wedding. To sum it up in two words, we went for a “cozy elegance”, mixing elements of Danish and the Mediterranean, and keeping a balance between vintage and Scandinavian modern.

We served cake and pink cremant from century old wooden boats, while we sailed down a romantic canal together with our guests. After the boat ride, Thomas and I left to get our portrait pictures taken while our guests drove up to the castle and got ready for dinner. We set up long, narrow tables in 2 long rows so assimilate an Italian family dinner. My parents imported “Brutti e Buoni”, light almond and vanilla cookies which were invented a century ago in the area where I was brought up in Italy.

I love all of their personal details – how about you? Is there anyone out there who’ve visited Denmark. If not – please visit! It’s such a nice country, with the warmest and kindest people!



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