Delicate Wedding Shoot At A Baroque Chateau In Prague

Lovers of history, fine art, and the thought of a dreamy getaway in Prague, this shoot is for you. Anna of Pure Love Weddings looked to this historic chateau outside the city for inspiration, where pastel-hued walls and Baroque-era paintings set the tone for a most romantic scene.
The history of the Chateau starts around 1715, and pastel frescos covering the walls, gilded architecture and soft morning light are filling up the space, as you enter the XVIII century chateau. This Chateau Bon Repos was designed especially for intimate and luxurious wedding celebrations. Inspired by the architecture and history of the venue, the stylists decided to select a delicate color palette that embraced the natural beauty of the space surrounding them. Flowers and fruits were hand-picked from the gardens on the property grounds, to pull from the scenery’s natural elements and ensure that all the floral elements were cohesive within the surroundings. By adding the subtle touches of blue and peachy shades—they elevated the overall design.
The bride was dressed in two thoughtfully selected gowns—one from Justin Alexander and one from a polish designer Sylwia Kopczynska. This Justin Alexander dress looks like two entirely different bridal ensembles, depending on when you…

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