Wedding & Baptism in the St. Anton Church in Munich

"To experience the full value of happiness, we need someone to share it with." 

Mark Twain

This post is about not always following the classic wedding itinerary, but simply seeing what you prefer. It's your day and you should spend it exactly how you want.

The wonderful couple F&M is a perfect example of this.  F&M got married in a civil ceremony a few years ago - at that time with masks and few guests. At some point they wanted to have a bigger free wedding ceremony where they could celebrate with all their relatives and friends.  During this time they had a child and wanted to have it baptised. 


Two weeks before the baptism of their son in a beautiful chapel at St Anton's Church, they decided to get married on the same day! Two weeks before their wedding they found me through a recommendation from the bridal fashion shop "Feine Herzenssachen" and hired me. 


The day started with a brunch at the restaurant "Fraulein Wagner".  While the guests ate and chatted, we went to the Bavaria statue to take some beautiful bridal photos.

After brunch we went to the church. Unfortunately, at the bride and groom's request, I am not allowed to publish any pictures of the brunch.


In the church, the bride and groom and the sweet baby were warmly welcomed by a very nice Munich Capuchin. The couple's maid of honour provided musical accompaniment by a singer, so there was a particularly festive atmosphere. Everything went smoothly - the boy was baptised and M&F were married in church!