If you read this article living outside Germany, you might never have heard about Amrum. Aline and Philipp invited us to this beautiful and tiny island in the North Sea to photograph their wedding in early summer this year.
The wedding has been the smallest one that we have ever experienced and the ceremony itself took place in an old captains house with a roof made of reed which is typical for this maritime region. Aline and Philipp got married in the former living room of the captains family. This room was so tiny that for a moment we had our doubts, if all of us would manage to fit in. – And we were only 11 people altogether. Could you think of a more intimate ceremony?
We’ll never forget the calm and ease of this wedding day. Being with Aline and Philipp we got the feeling that they are people who just take things as they come . The relaxed atmosphere of the island fits them perfectly. We already wrote a lot about our time on Amrum and we might continue. We just don’t want this chapter to end.
UPDATE: How wonderful indeed! Alines & Philipps wedding is featured by the UK wedding blog Rock My Wedding.
Some of these images were shot on film with a Fujica GSW 690 III.
The historic captains house which is a museum in our days was the charming location for Alines and Philipps intimate wedding ceremony.
After the reception with a scenic view of the tidelands and the delicious catering by Vera from the Weinfriesen all of us headed to the hotel Hüttmans where a menu was served with lots of class.
Das historische Kapitänshaus bildete die charmante Umgebnung für Alines und Philipps Trauung.
Nach dem Sektempfang mit einem malerischen Ausblick auf das Wattenmeer und dem großartigen Catering von Vera – der Inhaberin des Weinfriesen – machte sich die Hochzeitsgesellschaft auf den Weg zum Hotel Hüttmans, wo uns ein wundervolles Menü erwartete.