Palais Niederösterreich - Cinema

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Chinese Couple in Vienna

Emotional | Dreamy

We were lucky to capture wedding of Chinese couple in Vienna in Palais Niederösterreich. Xueyan is always smiling cheerful young and well educated bride. Xiaomeng serious groom that lissen first and that talk. Actually they both are well educated. We had the opportunity to capture bride's promotion at University in Vienna. Despite their Chinese roots they decided to have Austrian hochzeit (wedding) in typical Austrian location. Sure some traditions were present at the wedding. I personally liked the red dress that represent Chinese phoenix or Fenghuang (Chinese: 鳳凰).

The weather outside did not allowed walking across Vienna. But there are nice interiors of the palais (palace). We covered photography and video so feel free to check wedding photos - Hochzeits foto Palais Niedeösterreich and Wedding film here. See Vintage version of wedding film below.

Marek & Klara

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"dreamy" version of wedding video from Palais Niederösterreich in Vienna

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