I love unique wedding venues. It just makes it that much extra special and fun. That was the case for Roy and Ellen’s wedding which took place at the Klasse Theater, a modern theater converted from an old chapel built in the 1920’s. Roy and Ellen are into the urban, industrial atmosphere so before the ceremony, we walked to a local cafe bar for a drink and finished off at an old railway factory nearby called the Spoorzone in Tilburg for a photoshoot.
Roy and Ellen are both very creative people and their attention to detail was not overlooked. Their creative design using different colored triangles could be seen all throughout the wedding, in the decorations, corsages, pattern hanging behind them at the ceremony, and even in their cake. Some were harder to spot than others which made it fun when you did notice a subtle touch of the design. All this added color to the wedding which was a nice contrast to the dark interior of the theater.
Bruidsfotografie Klasse Theater – Bruidsreportage – Trouwfotograaf – Bruiloft