There are certainly some beautiful locations to declare your love in The Netherlands. One such location is perched just outside the city centre of Amsterdam, at a dreamy venue named Het Rijk van de Keizer. You simply just want to get lost here...
The Bride, Hannah, wished for a soft feminine vintage-look to her bouquet which was filled with lavender, peonies, scabiosa and light-pink nerines.
The lavender reminded the the Bride of her Mother, who lives in the south of France, where the herb grows in fields. This fragrant beauty featured across many of the floral decorations on the wedding day, including the sweet little flowergirl's playful crown and the boutonnieres.
There is a special forest feel that surrounds the location. Wildflowers, trees and gardens grow around the plot of land, which is also home to an artist colony - complete with a gypsy caravan cantina and half a vintage car parked by a small enchanting lake!
Joris, a native Dutchman met his match, the gorgeous English dame, Hannah, on a trip in Vietnam - and the couple have been inseparable ever since.
The Bride and Groom chose a 'relaxed and natural' feeling for their big day in a soft palette and lots of white. They were married on the grounds in an old amphitheatre, and the guests roamed the gardens sipping champagne, toasting the newlyweds - whilst giant white balloons floated around in the summer breeze.
Every detail was thoughtfully designed, from the flowers in the Bride's hair to the suitcase full of postcards with special heartfelt messages, handwritten by the guests.
Make-up: Jerome Stickelman
Hair: Eveline Klumpers
Congratulations Hannah & Joris! xxx