Take a note from this fairytale castle wedding in Prague. It should be a how to guide on wedding planning for opposite styles because the results are beyond extraordinary. Wedding planner Julie May knew the exact castle that could help blend Adela and Arthur's tastes, creating the ultimate chic wedding that represented both their styles and wishes. A mix of old tradition and modern simplicity. It wasn't a question of where to find a castle - because well, there is no shortage in the Czech Republic. It was a question of which one would fit them best. The beautiful and newly renovated chateau in South Bohemia from 16th century - Mitrowicz Castle was the answer. Step into this gorgeous gallery captured by Matej Ttrasak that showcases just how wedding planning for opposite styles can be achieved.

Wedding Planning for Opposite Styles

Being a Czech bride, Adela had always dreamt about a castle wedding. On the other hand, Arthur likes to keep things simple and modern. That's why the Mitrowicz became the solution to presenting the luxurious contrast this couple always wanted. They held a traditional religious ceremony at a charming white chapel with the black altar as the staging for their ceremony. After their vows, an outdoor reception with a relaxed vibe in the stone stable took place giving guests a beautiful view of the chateau. A simple black and white color palette was chosen adding golden aspects, which are exactly the colors throughout the castle for a balance and harmonic feel. To keep the modern elegant look even in the stable, we used mirror tables with chairs from Maximum catering. The stable helped us to create an intimate chick wedding but again the large decor installments grant us the contrast. Black was a strong color throughout as Adela also stepped out in unforgettable black Jimmy Choo shoes to accessorize her sleek Rosa Clara gown from the Slovakian boutique Wedding Avenue. Speaking of the perfect accessory. Arthur proposed to his bride with a Tiffany ring. They both adore the brand. So how apropos that their pooch also wore Tiffany for the wedding?