The most beautiful day in a couple's life!
For many couples, the wedding is one of the most beautiful shared experiences and an unforgettable day for all involved. Many guests, whether relatives, friends, acquaintances or colleagues, celebrate this great day together with the bridal couple. Food, drink, music and a great programme make people happy together.
The church is packed, the atmosphere is joyful and excited. The groom is already standing by and waiting until he can catch his future bride's first glimpse of her in her wedding dress. Then a murmur goes through the crowd: the bride enters the church with her father. She wears a beautiful white wedding dress and is escorted down the aisle by her father. There he hands the bride over to the groom. Now the priest can begin his sermon. Everyone waits anxiously until he comes to the following sentence:
"By the power of my office, I now pronounce you husband and wife. You may now kiss the bride."
The crowd cheers as the groom kisses the bride. The brass band plays a song at the end. Then the newlyweds and wedding guests leave the church. The flower children are already waiting in front of the church with their petals. They happily throw them at the bride and groom, who are then rained on. A white carriage is already waiting for the bridal couple in front of the church. So you can be driven to the next station of your celebration. A pavilion has already been prepared for the champagne reception.
Other Theme Worlds
A model railway - the most beautiful hobby in the world!
Building a model railway is great fun and teaches many skills at the same time. First of all, planning has to be done. Then tracks are laid, tunnel portals and bridges are installed, rails are screwed on and then the electronics are wired. After extensive test runs with the model railway, the landscaping begins!
Spring in the mountains
Finally, the long, cold winter is over, the peaks are finally clear again and the snow has melted away. Time to go back to the mountains and experience a real mountain spring. For now it is not yet as hot as in summer but the huts and alpine pastures are slowly opening up again for people and livestock!