The most beautiful wedding at the one and only chateau Troja this year. Pavla & Martin, currently living in Canada together, have decided for their wedding in Prague. Pavla is originally from the Czech Republic and has grown up here. Martin’s family roots are from the Czech Republic, which was the reason behind the final decision of their destination wedding. Let’s see what our couple thinks about their dream wedding.
Thank you so much for putting together an incredible, unforgettable event for our loved ones and us!! Everything was beyond perfect, and despite all the last-minute weather changes, you managed to make the entire evening, including our unique outdoor ceremony, super special – thank you and the entire team for your creativity and flexibility!! The wedding was absolutely amazing. We had a great time, and based on the feedback we’re getting, so did our guests. Thanks again!
Pavla and Martin are a beautiful young couple and entrepreneurs whole inspire everyone around them. We wish them the best of luck together in their new lives.
The bride with her bridesmaids and mother and the groom with his friends enjoyed the preparations in the wedding suite of the Mandarine Oriental Hotel, which has a terrace with a wonderful view of Prague Castle. We prepared Lincoln limousines for the bridesmaids and groomsmen to be transported to the Troja Chateau. The legendary Rolls Royce Silvercloud was arranged for the bride and her mother, so the whole party arrived just before the start of the ceremony in style.
The wedding day started a bit stressful as it was supposed to rain the whole day, and the ceremony was planned outside in front of the baroque stairs into the Chateau. However, we believed and hoped it would not rain, so we set everything up for the ceremony to be outside. We got very lucky because it hadn’t started raining until evening.
A welcome cocktail hour awaited the guests in front of the ceremony scene with a lounge zone equipped with white couches and gold pillows. A gift table was prepared with a treasure box where guests could place their envelopes. The welcome was special and extraordinary as floral dancers were posing throughout the hour.
The colour pallet for the wedding day was gold with pastel shades of yellow, pink and orange. The flowers were chosen accordingly. The wedding arch was rich in floral design with a few pieces of huge white flowers. It made it very unique and a feeling of a royal wedding. The entrance of the bridesmaid was from a limousine. The bride and mother had arrived in a vintage Bentley. The Unique quartet accompanied the wedding ceremony.
The frescoes in the Imperial Hall inspired the set of wedding prints, and the graphic artist created their own monogram for the couple. There were folders for vows and a box for rings, and we also transferred the monogram to the cookies in the sweet bar so that the individual design elements blended into the whole wedding.
After the ceremony, group photos were taken and the other guests enjoyed the beautiful surroundings of the castle garden and great refreshments from the catering.
The reception was set up the gold tablecloths, serviette and cutlery. The plates and chairs were white but in a royal style. The reception took place in the Imperial Hall. It started with the first dance and was followed by the speeches. A three-course menu awaited the guests. Guests got to choose prior between a vegetarian and a normal menu. After the three-course menu, it was time for the cate cutting.
The highlight of the reception was the wedding cake, which was inspired by the structure of the bride’s dress. Guests could choose from 3 different flavours, and, of course, the designed sweet bar couldn’t be missed. My favourites are tartlets with lemon filling and whipped cream.
After the opulent reception, the guests moved to the stables, where the wedding party began, and the newlyweds had time for portraits in the chateau garden. The photos were taken in the early evening, and unique portraits were created thanks to the ideal lighting. The Chateau Troja is incredibly photogenic, and there are many corners where beautiful photos and videos can be taken.
The guests were prepared to move to the stable. Another lounge area with purple and gold sofas, loveseats and tables awaited guests in and outside the stables. Finally, it is party time. A buffet was prepared for the evening snack. During the evening party, guests could refresh themselves at the beer stand or drink at the bar. Of course, a sweet bar could not be missing at a luxury wedding. It was full of macarons, tartlets and other delicious desserts. The biggest hit was the fruit dumplings corner with many different ingredients, and guests could mix their perfect fruit dumplings just like at grandmas. A bouquet toss, live music and a DJ completed the evening program.
The greatest admiration was received by the bride’s grandfather, a man of respectable age, who really enjoyed the wedding. The groom loved the electro-swing genre, so he ordered a special DJ from Poland who played incredibly well, and everyone was always dancing.
And a few words about the program before the wedding day itself…What would a wedding day be like without a welcome party? The cocktail party was the evening before the wedding at the Prague castle. At the venue, refreshments were awaiting the guests and also the DJ. The venue was set up in a similar style to the wedding day. However, the colour palette was set up differently.
And this is my team and me. The welcome party was followed by the wedding day, where we were for the whole 24 hours. Everything went perfectly, the weather finally worked out for us, and the guests had an unforgettable experience.