Modern yet airy details give us a warm feel from the typical Austria wedding we imagine. This fantastic venue with such history that is available for weddings and events gives us a charm like no other! The bride's cape really embraces that ethereal feel and the touch of black in the bouquet and table decor are the perfect modern touch. Really crushing on the design for the ceremony backdrop, the way that the gorgeous pampas grass falls is a romantic detail you can't miss!
Keep scrolling to see more photos by Teodora Simon Wedding Photography. Verena Kindermann planned every detail of this wedding inspiration and Isabella Florstik created all of these incredible florals you'll see throughout. Rotfuchs was there to provide incredible rentals as this inspiration came to life at Suedbahnhotel Semmering. All the images are in the full gallery, so be sure to click through and read on to hear more from Teodora Simon Wedding Photography.
A lil' history
When it comes to destination wedding planning in Austria - people often think of endless snow, Mountains, and Hütte-style ski-getaways, but Austria has so much more to offer. Our venue: Suedbahnhotel Semmering is located in the Austrian Alps. This venue was a well-known unique place for the upper class from Vienna in the early 1900s. The last guest moved out in the 70s, the rooms and the pool area have vanished, but the festive halls still remind us of the golden times, and is still available for weddings and events.
With the rather clean look of the flowers and details, we aim to create a contemporary contrast to the historic ambience. Dry flowers were often seen in Boho Weddings during summertime, we rather imagined them in puristic elegance in a wintery scene. Our team set-up a ceremony place around the pool area, with lots of natural light, and a table-setting in the Event Hall. We wanted to keep minimalism, by using colours of beige with the hint of black in the flower arrangements.
The cake table and stationery have been designed to reflect the concept. However the scene and lack of vivid colours in the arrangements reflect a frozen and arctic cold feel, but our Mediterranean model from Croatia and the dry flowers still represent warm contrasts.