Today we’ve got part two of Lindsay and Adrian’s beautiful wedding in Switzerland! Yesterday, we shared with you their civil ceremony with a stunning yellow wedding dress and now we’re getting a peek into the big day they shared with more friends and family, complete with a church ceremony.
The church wedding took place in a small local spot built in 1510 in Kandersteg, Switzerland, a tiny village high up in the Swiss Alps!
The bride opted for a second short lace wedding dress (that we love!!), but this time in white.
It may have rained on their wedding day but that didn’t stop the celebration and is sure to bring them good luck!
After their Catholic ceremony, the group poured into the pouring the streets for some fun photos and to get the party underway!
For décor at the reception, the couple actually used different fabrics throughout that they had gathered during their engagement to use to decorate the tables and walls.
But this was a group celebration so Lindsay and Adrian asked their guests to each contribute too – with a piece of art that they each created, writing postcards of love to the couple, which lit up the reception space with personal touches.
This two-day wedding was quite the adventure for the bride and groom, through the Alps and rain, and despite the weather, an amazing time was had by all!
Congratulations to the newlyweds!
Destination Wedding Photographer: Jenny Smith & Co
Wedding Vendors: Caterer: Restaurant Samses, Dress; Romona Keveza, Cake: Baeckerei Tea Room Marmotte, Other: Vin du Mur