Sean Flanigan is one of the most talented photographers out there, and today I get to share his work with you! Veronique and Daniel flew Sean all the way to Luxembourg to capture their special day. Says the bride, “All of our friends and families helped make the day special. Daniel’s bandmates played music all day long, my friends helped with the flowers and decorations, plus it was my grandmothers’s 90th birthday!”
The bride got ready at her parents’ home. She wore a vintage dress and carried a bouquet made of vintage brooches collected from around the world. The groom wore a suit by Hugo Boss.
What’s with the goat? Says Veronique: In Luxembourg, when the bride or groom has older siblings who aren’t married yet, the sibling receives a goat at the end of the ceremony as a place-holder for a wife or a husband. This old tradition says that they have to carry the goat all day long.
Don’t you love these rainy day photos? And that awesome car? (It’s a 1957 Chevy Bel-Air, in case you were wondering.)
Veronique and her grandmother made quince jelly the week before the wedding, for guests to take home as favors.