I think we have been at the Winselerhof in Landgraaf about three times now. And we remain fans of this location. It’s almost like you’re in a magazine. And this wedding couple is gorgeous too! Ramon was allowed to photograph them, after they already had to postpone their wedding day because of corona.
Niels is still writing his personal wedding vows.
The preparations took place in two separate hotel rooms. In between Ramon could walk back and forth, to capture the preparations of bride and groom.
Although the rooms are quite dark, the light is very beautiful. And so we have lots of dramatic light in the photos.
Here the ceremony is about to begin. The groom is all set! So this is the atmosphere at Winselerhof. Don’t you feel like you’re abroad, with those grapevines?
Outside wedding at the Winselerhof in the Netherlands
I love it… everyone was so beautifully matched. The weather cooperated for a large part of the day. Such a treat to photograph!
We did have a bit of rain. But that was totally fine too. It did make the last part of the wedding ceremony have to take place inside, but actually that itself became another moment of the day. The couple themselves did not mind at all : )
After the ceremony there was a drink in the tent. There were lights everywhere and the setting was nicely styled.
This day contained many personal speeches and moments. Like this one.
The photo shoot took place in the afternoon. Of course partly in that beautiful vineyard.
Leonore threw the bouquet and yes: it was caught! So, good news.
The dinner took place in the restaurant of the Winselerhof. At Pirandello the group could enjoy a delicious dinner.
In between the courses Ramon took some pictures at different spots around the estate. The nice thing about that short photoshoot is that you have the greatest chance of beautiful light. Even on rainy days there is always a moment when it is not raining (or only softly). Also, this way you won’t be away from your guests for too long.
Ramon then photographed a number of speeches and then the shoot was over.