Orlické Hory Wedding | Neratov Wedding Photographer
Wes Andreson movies were the main inspiration for the colour scheme of this bohemian Czech-Slovak Neratov wedding. The couple have chosen the atmospheric Neratov church to get married in after visiting Orlicke hory for years as Anička’s family has a little holiday cottage there. With Slovak groom and bride from Prague it was a great meeting spot for both families. Neratov church is famous for its glass roof and rich history. The original roof has been destroyed during WWII and the new one installed just about a decade ago. The whole area of Orlicke hory belongs to the Czech/Polish borderland and has a really special atmosphere.
The day was full of little DIY details such as the hand-embroidered powder pink wedding dress. The reception then took place in the newly built barn at the intimate family mountain hotel Černá Voda. Surrounded by mountain meadows and woods – the landscape dear to the couple. We headed out in the evening for the newlywed shoot and walked through the forests. The pregnant bride (it was just couple months before bringing into the world their son Eda:))), wrapped up in her leather jacked over the dress and couple layers of leggings underneath. Although it was summer, it was freezing – we’re in the mountains after all. After that we danced through the night :).