We love the unique fashion, floral arrangements, and baked goods that today’s featured couple showcase. We would love to travel to Hungary some day to see the old world charm of Budapest – an enduring European capital city. Ever since Andrew found out in 2013 that he has Hungarian ancestry in his family roots, he has been very curious to visit. Who knows, we may make it there in 2016 and can report back with additional bridal inspiration just like the photo shoot below!
Brand Manager Comments: “Fruzsi and Dávid met five years ago on a holiday. This past summer, a few friends and the closest relatives were invited to celebrate their big day.
“Their friend, Zsófi provided her small cafe for the photo shoot. It’s called Le Petit Bistrot and feels like a little Paris in the heart of Budapest. The vintage atmosphere of the intimate cafe was exactly what Fruzsi had always envisioned.
“The pastry was made by Fruzsi’s mother and her friends tied it up with some beautiful silk ribbons.
“It’s a Hungarian tradition that the married couple has to eat a pretzel, which with the ribbons symbolizes eternal love. Her flower bucket was made of organ along with different colored roses because this is Fruzsi’s favorite. The fragrance of this bucket was unbelievably marvelous.”
“Fruzsi loves everything that shines which is why she chose a golden skirt with a beautiful crop top by Hungarian fashion designer, Makány Márta. Her headband is a special piece of the Eco Couture Collection by Deborah Lindquist. Dávid had an extraordinary modern outfit with an off-white leather jacket and a burgundy shirt-trousers combination.”
“At first their parents wanted to dissuade the couple from an early marriage, but after taking a look at these wonderful pictures and knowing how much they love each other, no one could deny they are the perfect couple.”
Thank you to Kata Koroknyai for sharing this wonderful shoot with us!