Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg and Countess Stephanie de Lannoy’s Religious Wedding: Car and Venue Details

Continuing the look back at  Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg and Countess Stephanie de Lannoy’s wedding in celebration of their first anniversary. For coverage on the Civil Wedding, click here, and for coverage on the pre-wedding gala dinner, click here. This post covers details on car and the decorations inside the Cathedral of Our lady of Luxembourg where the religious wedding took place.

The Car

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The car that the bride travelled in. Check out the row of flowers along the windows!

Cathedral of Our lady of Luxembourg

 photo venue1_zps52ed6e47.jpgFrom the above pictures, it would appear that the only floral decorations for the church are the flowers adorning the two pillars and the main focus appears to be the altar.

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Top Picture: However, if you take a closer look at these pictures, it would appear that there are white flowers  gracing the walls of gallery, creating the illusion of flowers floating down the walls…extremely pretty!!  There are also white flowers along the banisters before the altar. If you look really closely at where the bridesmaids in blue are standing, you will notice the white flowers.

Bottom Picture: There are also flowers adorning the top of the altar, as well as vases of varying heights  positioned on the sides of the altar, the steps and on the altar. These flowers appear to be a combination of white flowers (that are on the wall)  mixed with roses in orange, yellow and champagne.

In summary, only white flowers are used in the decoration of the rest of the church, while warmer / autumn colours of orange, yellow and champagne (in the form of roses) are mixed in with the white flowers for the decoration at the altar.

source:zimbio.com, dailymail.co.uk, hellomagazine.com

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