Large dark green spruces as far as the eye can see. Red deers stalk through the woods and in the middle of the dense forests the fantastic wedding of Tabitha & Stefan takes place. Yes, we are talking about the Black Forest here. But why is the Black Forest called Black Forest? But let’s start from scratch.
Before we go to Baden-Württemberg we start in the suburb of Zurich, Wallisellen. The preparations of the bride and groom are more and more in demand for me and not without reason. As a storyteller, I love to document the marriage from tomorrow morning to the last tail light. As if through a picture book, the wedding can then be leafed through, resulting in a coherent story. For the bride and groom, the day just flies by and you can not remember many nice moments. Why is it so valuable to have the preparations documented. So many moments can pass the newlyweds review. The memory of the wedding is thus complete. But I’m getting too much out of here. Tabitha and Stefan have prepared themselves at home for the great moment and we went together afterwards on the way to the Titisee. Approximately an hour after the Swiss border, the forests are becoming denser and you are surrounded by spruce and fir trees. Between these spruces and trees, the bridal couple wanted to meet for the “first look”. I love this tension until the bride and groom see each other. Arrived at the wonderful Henslerhof also started the ceremony in the open air. .
PS: Oh yes, one of the explanations why the Black Forest is called Black Forest, is that as soon as the sun disappears behind the horizon, the dark green of the trees changes very quickly into a dark black area (Source: Wikipedia.de)