It feels like it’d be a simple idea to have a small, 23 guest wedding like Rianne + Sander did, but the truth is that not all of us can. They’re so fun to look at though, aren’t they? Your closest friends & family sitting around one family style table in the middle of an aged farmhouse, the chef within view plating your dinner, and everyone’s able to toast one another in cheer. Sounds lovely. With touches of coral, peach, and mint on the historical grounds of a working vineyard, photographer Melissa Milis captured their day beautifully and with such a deep romantic mood.
The most simplest bridal bouquet made of gypsophila we may have ever seen, and we love how it matches with her flower crown.
Rianne made a paper pom for each setting and used white gerberas as centerpieces.
At first we really wanted to get married in France since we met there and we just love it there. But then we found out about this venue and totally fell in love with it. It is a piece of France on the Dutch and Belgium boarder and it is so lovely! We knew immediately that we wanted to celebrate our love for each other on this special place and looking back on our day it was the best decision ever. The weather was perfect, the food was lovely and everybody loved it. It was perfect!
Such dreamy photos. Congratulations Rianne + Sander!
Photographer: Melissa Milis / Catering: Heerlijk&Hecht / Venue: Domaine d’Heerstaayen / Bride’s dress: Light in the Box / Shoes: Dune / Groom’s suit: Vandijkwaalwijk / Jacket: Carl Gross / Shirt: Hugo Boss / Vest: Scotch & Soda / Shoes: Clarks / Make-up: close friend Jacomijn de Haan / Wedding invitations: Cindy van de Ven