Anastasia and Kristers made elegance seem effortless in their dreamy outdoor wedding at Liepupe Manor. The couple exchanged vows in the lush manor park then they and their two witnesses dined beneath the cafe lights and crystal chandeliers in the park’s cozy greenhouse. MintDeco not only helped plan the entire day but also made the elegant pink, coral, and ivory rose arrangements that accented the ceremony backdrop and the matching bouquet that Anastasia carried. Everything about this wedding felt laid-back yet sophisticated, including the bride’s non-traditional champagne lace gown and the groom’s relaxed khaki pants and white button down. The reception was floral-focused and featured simple gold details that twinkled in the ambient light. This summer wedding was truly what dreams are made of, and Linda Lauva Photography photographed it with an incredible sense of softness and creativity.
Anastasia and Kristers
Liepupe Manor, Liepupe, Latvia
Every bit of the day was a dream come true, but we think that the moment when we walked down the aisle towards each other and looked each other in the eyes was the most memorable moment of the day. There was definitely something magical about it! It was exciting, nerve-wracking, and we both did not expect to feel that way after 5 years of dating and loving each other.
The most important thing to us was understanding exactly what we wanted, narrowing it down to only our personal preferences, and letting go of any sense of doubt and guilt about not inviting family and friends. It was important to plan this day just for the two of us the way we thought we might enjoy the most and to be relaxed and happy.
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Linda Lauva Photography
Event Planning and Floral Design – MintDeco
Venue – Liepupe Manor
Cake – Anna Panna
Videography – Ivars Veiksha Visuals
Bridal Accessories – Crown Me
Rings – Sudraba Nams
Congratulations to Anastasia and Kristers, and an extra special thanks to Junebug member Linda Lauva Photography for sharing this gorgeous wedding with us! Love the greenhouse location they used for their reception? Then we think you’ll love Abigail and Dillon’s ’70s inspired greenhouse wedding at the Ed Lycan Conservatory!