They wanted to hold a reception in the garden at the historic moated castle, regardless of weather. White pagoda tents with transparent sides made their dream a reality, even in the event of cold or wet weather typical for this time of year. The wedding ceremony took place in the fabulous knights’ hall. The dinner – organised, incidentally, by Event Catering Nelson Müller – was served in the castle’s brightly lit orangery. 130 guests were seated at long tables draped in simple, white slip covers, with bronze-coloured cutlery that served as distinctive eye-catchers. The contemporary Scandinavian lounge layout was a perfect fit for the cosy fireside lounge and provided a place for quiet conversation apart from the wedding party.
Making a wedding venue your own
Haus Ruhr on the outskirts of Münster
There are innumerable ways to make a wedding beautiful while giving it your own personal touch. Haus Ruhr, in the Westphalian town of Senden on the outskirts of Münster, offered the ideal setting for us to create this unique wedding backdrop for our bride and groom.