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Lovely Monday: My Little Sister’s Wedding & De Puddingfabriek

April 26, 2011

It’s Monday, and what could be more lovely than a wedding?

I am still recovering from the busy week in The Netherlands and stressful flights (both there and back) due to delays caused by the weather. And of course jetlag – my goodness, it’s hitting me hard this time. However, it was definitely a 100 % worth it!

My little sister got married to her knight in shining armor, what a beautiful couple:

{Photo by Chris Kattenberg}

So Dutch with the windmill in the background! I love it!

I also really like this candid shot I managed to snap. They did an impromptu photo shoot at a skate park against a background of graffiti, such a great contrast with their wedding attire. I can’t wait to see the photos!

Posing with our parents. Mind you, we’re posing for the wedding photographer and this photo was snapped of an in-between moment by the brother of the groom, Bill.

I am so blessed to have grown up with a sister and so thankful for how close we are. What a profound experience to watch her get married – my little sister all grown up!

We had dinner at De Puddingfabriek. It used to be a factory where puddings were made (hence the name the Puddingfabriek, which means the pudding factory), and is now converted to a studio space. It is a beautiful, loft-like, inspiring space:

With a view of the river De Zaan:

The table setting was simple but pretty:

I love the little Dutch couples that my sister used as decoration:

My Dad enjoying the delicious Indonesian food:

The space also functions as a photo studio and I love this little corner with mirrors. Such a pretty purple wall and those wicker bar stools are so great.

And a beautiful shabby chic armoire:

In the end, it’s the details like the twig hearts above and the pretty wreath below that make a space feel special and treasured to me:

The next morning during clean-up I snapped this picture of the lovely Vera, part of the creative husband and wife team that operates this space. In the back you can see the photo studio, of course I drooled over that chair.

Wishing you a good week!

8 Comments leave one →
  1. April 28, 2011 1:01 am

    Lovely photos and lovely family, too.
    The setting is incredible, I like the windmill and the color of it, I like the Dutch ceramic coulpe, the hearts and the wreath. Little touch like these give a special flavour to everything. I would have liked to be there and taste the Thai food!

  2. April 28, 2011 2:49 am

    What a fun time and such a lovely place! Thanks for sharing the lovely photographs! I hope you’ve been able to kick that jetlag. :)

    – s

  3. April 28, 2011 5:34 am

    Oh Congrats to your sis! i love the dutch couples that they had as decorations and adore that shabby chic armoire(spelling?) :)

  4. April 28, 2011 3:27 pm

    congratulations to your sister! what a beautiful family!!

  5. April 28, 2011 10:23 pm

    What a lovely look into such a sweet celebration. Loved all of the little details, the green chair, and the joy on everyones faces. Welcome back!!

  6. April 30, 2011 11:00 am

    What a beautiful couple! I can’t wait to see the graffiti pictures they took, I hope you get a chance to post them when she gets them. It is so fun to see other places of the world, it is as if I have traveled there, but without the jet lag and the bad flights :) Congratulations to your sister and her new husband.

  7. April 30, 2011 12:56 pm

    I LOVE the first photo! Your sister is such a beautiful bride. And what a beautiful setting!!

  8. Virginia permalink
    May 1, 2011 8:09 am

    What a beautiful wedding and family! It sounds like it was wonderful :) glad you linked up! Have e great week!

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