We met at Chateau Třebešice during a photoshoot for our wedding editorial. We got along so well that they ended up asking us whether we would organize their wedding. The location was set. They fell in love with Třebešice so much they decided this would be where their big day would take place.
Třebešice is one of the most beautiful wedding locations, and weddings here have a unique charm. The owners are Italian, an informal atmosphere present, more like an unconventional one. The food served here is Italian, but they do also offer Czech classics. I found it interesting that they also have an extensive collection of modern art, which always has something to offer.
The bride wished for shades of pink, which we adapted to autumnal mood into a darker shade. Brown furniture complemented the color palette very well; the powder pink we used stood out; on napkins, floral decorations, and silver accessories.
The palette: timely pink, silver and brown.
The wedding was fabulous. The ceremony was held at a little space by the pond, where a branched formed the altar. We borrowed some English vintage chairs from the chateau, which fit perfectly alongside the ceremony. The florists wrapped a powder pink fabric around the branch and placed a few rich floral arrangements in front of it.
The central motif for the wedding itself was the beauty of the flowers; they represented the beauty and softness of the bride. We then repeated the floral motif in the printed matters; the invitations also had a soft pink wax seal. The name tags were rolled up. The program and seating order were both printed on a fabric hung on a stand.
The banquet was held in an enclosure, where we placed round tables. The florists decorated the center with floral arrangements, luxurious table-cloths, napkins and silver candles. Třebešice lent us silver charger plates and antique cutlery. A floral garland was placed behind the main, rectangular table. All of the décors was done by Cool flowers, one of the best florists in Prague. The design turned out great and the décor felt luxury.
Alenka is a professional model and has a body to die for; this meant she could pull off the Mermaid-like cut, which suits only very thin figures. Miroslav Michael Knot took care of the dress; he’s a fashion designer. The dress was hand-made, tailor-fit from a luxurious material, almost fairy-tale like. Alenka also had a beautiful crown made by Šenýr Bijoux. The talented Ester Tesaříková took care of the styling; she used a more natural-looking make-up, which brought forth Alenka’s natural beauty. Tomáš Kislinger did the hairstyling, he curled her hair ever so slightly and fitted the crown. This styling fits brilliantly with the slim silhouette of Alenka’s dress. Jimmy Choo also had to be a part of this – shoes.
The groom was dressed top to (almost) bottom by Gallard with a dark blue checkered suit, which Honza complemented with shoes from Christian Louboutin.
This couple looked beyond stunning; they were made for each other. They are a perfect couple. It doesn’t end there though, the guests were also immaculately dressed, so as to honor the newly-weds big day.
Especially the bride’s friends, mostly also modells, wore the same dress in blush shades from Edith. The bride wanted a sweet corner with a looser vibe, so we ordered confectionery from Food Therapy by Denisa to put next to the home-made sweets made by Alenka’s grandmother. It was heavenly.
After the banquet, the party started with the first dance. DJ Schaff took care of the guests here, after which we moved into the hall in the chateau, where evening snacks were prepared and the afterparty continued here. We decorated the whole area with a glowing letter. The guests had fun in the photobooth from Smybox, lots of funny pictures! The photos were taken by the magnificent Dara Rakovčik and the video was made by Leoš Brabec from Prime time.