Beach wedding in the Sankt Peter Ording dunes
Ocean, waves, sand and wind – the typical beach feeling with all it’s different characteristics is melted into this wedding inspiration. It picks up the tender colors of the North Sea- blue-grey like the clowdy sky, green like the fresh grass within sandy dunes, white like the spume and silver like the shell’s shimmering insides. A deep red acts as a contrast as well as a pop of color in addition to this.
A free ceremony doesn’t always require a classic wedding arch. Instead Rieke at Milles Fleurs created a modern version binding together small twigs, delicate larkspur and velvety leaves. The shape and muted colors blended in with the dunes of Sankt Peter Ording effortlessly.
The bridal bouquet as well as the center pieces were meant to mirror the ocean themed color palette. To achieve this Milles Fleurs combined various flowers like eucalyptus leaves, soft blue-grey thistles, white vetches and scabiosas. A special eye-catcher are the incorporated tillandsias and the beautiful red peonies which give a warm, airy feel to the bouquet. This way the decoration shows to advantage.
For decorating the table a sheer grey chiffon table cloth was used.
The light, flowy material fits perfectly to a day spent at the sea. The beautiful kastehelmi bottom plates by Iittala made from blue glass are sprinkled with dots which are reminiscent of little drops of water spread out on the plate. The colorful underplates were combined here with dining plates by Zara Home which have a soft coral design and classic silverware from our decoration rental. The candle holders made from molded glass are treasures dating back to the turn of the century. Their transparency and elegant shape add perfectly to the rest of the table setting.
Instead of using ordinary seat reservations, guests names were calligraphed on grey linen canvas by Nicole Sprekelmann at Nicnillas Ink. The stationary was decorated with light blue water color harmonizing beautifully with the overall theme.
A scallop served as a Ringbearer. It was filled with blue persian salt on which the rings were bedded. Another option is using beach gras from the nearby dunes to give the ring bearing arrangement a neat marinal feel.
Mundus showed that it doesn’t always have to be a big wedding cake. Small individual naked-cakes are just as expressive. Furthermore they can be adapted and decorated to fit the wedding theme as well as the flower arrangements.
Photography: Anja Schneemann Photography & Diana Frohmüller Photography
Flowers: Milles Fleurs
Dekoration & Styling: PomPom your life!
Sweet Table: mundus
Calligraphy: Nicnillas Ink
Wedding gown: Anna Kara via Victoria Rüsche
Suit: Lo & Go Herrenausstatter
Veil: Sibo Designs
Rings: Trauringhaus Hannover
Bottom plates: Kastehelmi von Iittala via Connox
Models: Aisha & Dennis