From Stasya, the planner:

“Our couple wanted the wedding atmosphere to be cozy and warm, but still very stylish, festive and elegant. We were supposed to find a venue, which was close to history, full of family spirit, but not a huge or pompous one. The manor we found was the place where the famous Alexander Pushkin spent lots of time. There’s even a monument with his lyrics from “Eugene Onegin”. The location granted us with a gorgeous park and it turned out to be the best spot for the ceremony so guests could feel the spirit of Russian nobility.

The invitations were embellished with a sketch of the marvelous manor’s Belvedere and elegant calligraphy, printed on the textured paper and complimented the mustard, milk, and latte color pallete.

At dinner, which was served at the colonnade, guests were welcomed with accordion music and Russian pancakes. It was impossible not to fall in love with this atmosphere and feel comfortable as a guest of real Russian manor.”

Photographer Maxim Koliberdin | Planning, Design, Styling Mrs. Maxim Wed Bureau | Flowers FlowersLovers



Comments (5)

Luminaire | Reply

I would love to know what lenses were used for the portraits. The background rendering is gorgeous. Really great photography!

Salut Band | Reply

I like Russian wedding because they are very stylish. You can find every wedding with some unique things.

Michael Zanetti | Reply

Absolutely beautiful wedding and photography, I especially love the ones that are a little blurred on purpose, its lends to a surreal look. It reminds me a little of my photography style.

Simon | Reply

So many beautiful details. What a fabulous wedding!

Beth | Reply

Such a beautiful wedding and gorgeous photographs!


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