belvedere wedding venue germany
This is the wonderful little wedding of Yasmin and Milad in the Belvedere on the Pfingstberg in Potsdam-Germany and their wedding ceremony in the Moorish Cabinet.
Belvedere wedding venue Germany| While autumn is coloring the leaves across Germany, we remember a short and intense summer of 2021. Yasmin and Milad, a charming couple with Iranian roots, chose the picturesque Moorish Cabinet in the Belvedere on the Pfingstberg in Potsdam, Germany for their civil wedding.
It is always fascinating how valuable and beautiful even small wedding stories can be.
Why actually? I often hear half-sentences like "It's just the administrative act" and "The big celebration is still to come". In fact, it does not always follow and it always takes place in a completely different time, atmosphere and mood. Quite often in a different region in Germany or on Destination. Yasmin and Milad have chosen Mallorca, Spain for their next big wedding and celebration which is one of the most popular Destination Wedding Islands, along with Seychelles, Mauritius, Mykonos and many others. Of course we enjoy the wonderful atmosphere of a wedding in foreign countries. But some locations in Germany are in no way inferior to these, at least visually and if the weather is right. For example the Belvedere on the Pfingstberg in Potsdam, which was built by King Friedrich Wilhelm IV based on the Italian villas of the Renaissance. One of the very few dream locations in Germany that are open for weddings, which, as a wedding photographer, makes me and my couples very happy.
Of course, the photographic accompaniment of a small wedding is just as worthwhile here as it is at the big celebration. It's a completely different yet joyful day, even more intimate at times because there aren't tight schedules or a huge company. Usually only the closest family and long-time friends are there, which means that the charm of the small party is in no way inferior to the big celebration. It would be a pity not to have such moments by not having a photo story... What do you think about that?