Fabiënne & Michel

Location & Date | Amsterdam, 20 February 2016
Guests | 200 people Photographer | Sander Stoepker

A Jewish bride brought beautiful Jewish tradition with her.
She circled seven times around the groom. Seven for the days god created the world and here symbolizing their own world the couple will start together. The breaking of the glass by the groom, followed by a joint 'Mazel tov'. Everybody, young and old, started dancing from the very first second until the very last, with of course the unmissable 'Hora' dance.

 

MARRIAGE TO US MEANS
Celebrating and sharing the love between us with our family and friends.

"Although the whole family was there, at that time it felt as if the world stopped turning for a couple of seconds."


A MEMORABLE MOMENT OF THE DAY
The moment we first saw each other in the house of Fabiënne's parents. Fabiënne walking down the stairs and Michel waiting for her at the bottom of the stairs. Although the whole family was there, at that time it felt as if the world stopped turning for a couple of seconds.

"Even though you think you are prepared, you are not."

ONE THING WE WISH WE KNEW BEFORE WE STARTED OUR WEDDING PLANS
The immense impact the day would have. Even though you think you are prepared, you are not. So much happening around you, so much love and warmth. An incredible feeling!

IF I COULD GIVE OTHER BRIDES TO BE ONE PIECE OF ADVICE
Stay close to yourself, talk to each other, follow your heart and hire Lotte!

"She stays relaxed at all times and makes sure everyone is happy. A real angel!"

GETTING MARRIED WITH THE HELP OF LOTTE MEANS TO US
Lotte was part of our team from the very beginning. She helped us to structure all our plans and ideas. She is creative, inventive and very well organised. She stays relaxed at all times and makes sure everyone is happy. A real angel!