As wedding photographers and wedding videographers in Germany, we attend a lot of weddings, but this time we were able to go with a unique and modern city elopement in Frankfurt am Main. Valeska and Tim said yes during the Covid-19 Lockdown in the registry office of Frankfurt and we were allowed to catch some awesome moments from Getting Ready in Libertine Lindenberg, through the Frankfurt Opera to the couple shoot on the iron bridge and at the end, there was an awesome elopement wedding dinner - but see for yourself!
AT EISENER STEG WITH THE FRANKFURT MAIN SKYLINE
Getting ready at Libertine Lindenberg
The Getting Ready at Hotel Libertine Lindenberg in the Sachsenhausen district was, to describe it in one word - relaxed. Valeska and Tim had been super laid back. The location itself had some kind of vibes of the small and cozy hotels in New York in Manhattan. Black steel, open red brick walls, and a beautiful timeless facade. From here we went to the registry office and then to the Frankfurt Opera. See next below.
Civil wedding at Frankfurt Opera
Valeska and Tim decided to get married in one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. Frankfurt am Main offers a lot of great spots for a civil wedding, but the Emmerichpavillon at Bolongaropalast in Höchst is one of a kind. Here sadly due to Covid-19 couldn't take any pictures, but then we head off to the Frankfurt Opera to continue.
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New York City vibes in Frankfurt
After the wedding ceremony and the newlywed's photoshoot, we head off to Five Guys in Frankfurt Hauptwache for a little break with Burgers and Fries. Valeska and Tim called it their all-time favourite wedding dinner. From here we took a walk to the Eiserner Steg to take some pictures of the sunset with the Frankfurt skyline.