I love it, when someone takes the courage to do something a little exceptional to make their wedding stand out. Like blowing 800 balloons to create a Tim Walker-esque look to the venue. I love, how balloons are having a come-back in tasteful style – first we saw them as props in wedding and engagement photography, and now we see them more and more as elements of decor… giving a fun vibe, without it giving a children’s birthday party look. Case in point:
Therese, who both styled and photographed the event, tells us: “I made them blow 800 balloons (!) and even though they thought I was a little bit crazy in the beginning they really loved the idea in the end :) Lilié works as a singer and loves to make cupcakes and everything that’s pink and cute so the theme became pink, balloons and sweets! She actually wrote her beloved Linus a love song that she played at the church, Oh My, it was so sweet!
Linus works in the military but was actually really good with the flower arrangements. We made a center piece made by floral oasis that we put in the middle of a candle holder. A big sweets table was presented in the centre with a lot of yummy treats! And for those who couldn’t wait until after dinner, we also presented a lot of sweets on the table.”
Pretty great ideas, don’t you think?
But for now, let’s go back to the beginning of the day, where the couple, Lilié and Linus were married at this beautiful ceremony:
Back at the venue, Krägga Herrgård, the guests were met with balloons and a rather impressive candy table. Are you drooling, like me?
I love how sweets are part of the decor in these images… the overflowing china cups and glass bowls. You simply can’t go wrong!
I love how it seems that the guests are having fun with helium here… I can only guess how fun it must have been!
Some portraits in the amazing backdrop…
Aaaaaand the cake, party and release of floating lanterns. You can really tell that this party must have been so much fun, and one which the guests will remember forever!
Thank you, Therese for sharing these images – you did an impressive job, and we’d love to see much, much more and many more, crazy ideas from you :)
And to Lilié and Linus: All the happiness of the world to you, the beautiful couple!