Anežka and Magnus have decided to say yes to each other in the most original ways by getting married in the heart of a disused railway station in Prague, Czech Republic. When rusty metals, wilderness and old wooden planks mingle with the finesse of the lace under a gorgeous late afternoon light , we necessarily get a beautiful result, tinted with simplicity and elegance, worked without being too much …
We do not think often enough, but unusual places like this one can make your wedding an unforgettable memory for your guests, who will never have used to live a moment like this.
If you want to get off the beaten track, do not hesitate to steer you toward this type of industrial and abandoned places. Even though it might be pretty difficult to find any abandoned train stations that can receive your ceremony, there are, on the other hand, very nice event spaces such as old hangars, or old factories that greet the public and will do the trick if you want to plan a classy and industrial style wedding!
Photography: Ely K. Photography & Lukas Korynta | Venue name: Nakladove Nadrazi Zizkov, Prague, Czech Republic | Event design: Søstre studio | Planning: Søstre studio | Florals: Plevel | Wedding dress: designed by bride, made by Ebba Montgomery | Bride’s shoes: Stuart weitzman | Bride’s ring: Herr & Fru Lohse | Bridesmaid dresses: House of Dagmar and Tea Princess | Hair stylist: Sofia Stenholm, Pure Ambition of Stockholm | Makeup artist: Natalie Jachimova | Groom attire: Oscar Jacobson | Groom’s shoes: Crockett & Jones | Groom’s ring: Brandstationen stockholm | Videography: Jana Bušková | Paper goods: Søstre studio | Handmade details: Søstre studio | Catering: La Boca | Reception location: Radlicka kulturni sportovna