We are absolutely swooning over today’s dreamy shoot from the fab Diana Frohmueller Photography at a historic German monastery. Inspired by the rich creamy tones of the stonework, this shoot has such an intimate and etherial quality you can’t help but love. The invitation suite with it’s illustration of the monastery and wax seals is utterly romantic. And the wedding cake is absolute perfection!
With its high-rising towers looming over the northern edge of the Elm Mountains, the Kaiserdom in Koenigslutter is visible for miles around. The building remains an impressive, stately sight, even today. At the time of its construction, in the middle of the 12th century, it was the biggest building in Northern Germany. The outstanding quality of the stonework of the eastern parts, the monumental vaults within and the extraordinary architectural sculpture, are all expressions of the imperial demand that Lothair III made for the church that he founded. We were inspired by golden elements with lightly colors and an elegant touch and wanted to create a shoot that was a little romantic and minimalistic.
Photography and Planning | Diana Frohmueller Photography | Venue | Cloister Koenigslutter | Florals | Sylvia Hartmann Design | Stationery | Annette Bleichert | Groom’s Attire | LO & GO | Cake | Tortendesign by Tanja Kühn | Wedding Dress | Hochzeitsblume | Linens | Sylvia Hartmann Design | Hair and Makeup | Prinzessinzauber by Tanja Fulle | Submitted via Matchology