English wedding ceremony at the Heidelberg Castle

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Indian and Bulgarian couple says yes at the historical chapel

Two amazing and warm-hearted people said yes to each other in a bicultural wedding ceremony in the old “Schlosskapelle” at the Heidelberg Castle. Despite all cultural differences and social pressure they chose to live in a romantic relationship and to get married.

Love – this means:

‘The right person will come along and you will not do anything to keep them interested for the simple fact you will be enough’.

The groom

Or in other words:-):

‘Love is always patient and kind. It is never jealous. Love is never boastful or conceited. It is never rude of selfish. It does not take offense and it is not resentful’.

The bride

International love story

Both of them came to Germany with hopes and dreams. They left everything familiar behind in Bulgaria, respectively in India. They both knew they wanted to stay, to study and to find a good job. Eventually, it turned out to be the journey of their life: they found the love of their life.

Last year they went to Neuschwanstein to see the Fireworks on New Years Eve. The very first minute of the new year 2020, the groom went to one knee to ask his love: “Will you marry me?”

I quoted the bride‘s words during the wedding ceremony: “I love this man. I love everything he stands for. I love how good he is. I love his personal growth. I love who I am when I am with him.”

Wedding ritual from Bulgaria

The bride’s mom prepared a traditional wedding ritual from Bulgaria: After they exchanged the vows and rings she presented fresh bread with salt and honey to the newly-wed couple. It symbolizes the good and the bad times they will go through.

Bread and honey: a traditional wedding ritual. Foto: Susanne Lencinas

My dear love birds: one day you will go to the top restaurant at the Eifelturm and you will not be forced to leave the wine behind. Your future is full of secrets, joy and growth. I wish you all the best from the bottom of my heart.

Traurednerin Ingrid: „So geht Liebe auf Abstand!“ Foto: Susanne Lencinas

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