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Importance of a Wedding Album | Coffee-Table Book Melissa & Sean - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
Achensee Engagement Shoot with Melanie & Philipp - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
Wedding Inspirations | Wedding Accessories for the Groom - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
Madeleine & Philip | Customer Feedback - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
Wedding Inspirations | What Makes a Bridal Bouquet Beautiful? - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
Follow your Heart | Katrin & Manuel | Zollikon, Switzerland - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
Peacock themed wedding | Maria & Toni | Congresspark Igls, Tyrol - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
A Belgian wedding at Schloss Friedberg | Maja & Nico - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
Canada meets Switzerland | Ana-Marija & Andre | A fairy tail wedding at The Dolder Grand | Zurich - Part 1 - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
Love is in the Air | Corinna & Christian | Kronthaler, Tyrol - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
After Wedding and Trash the Dress Shoot | Sandra & Florian - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
Caro & Stefan are tying the knot in Seefeld | Hotel Klosterbräu - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
Alexandra & Marc | Winter wedding in St. Anton at the Arlberg - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
Sheila & Marc | Destination wedding from Canada to Italy | Bassano del Grappa | Part 1 - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
Canada meets Switzerland | Ana-Marija & Andre | A fairy tail wedding at The Dolder Grand | Zurich - Part 2 - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings

Importance of a Wedding Album | Coffee-Table Book Melissa & Sean

For us a wedding album is essential as a longlasting memory of your big day and to share your most wonderful moments with your family and friends for decades to come. To flip through your coffee-table book is something really great as wedding photos deserve attention and love, so all our wedding packages include a beautiful wedding album. Today we asked wedding blogger Emily Rochotte why wedding albums are important even in the digital era and we are happy to share her thoughts with you. Enjoy reading, we couldn`t agree more!

If you would like to see more photos of Melissa & Sean`s beautiful Italy destination wedding check out their blog post here:
Melissa & Sean | Bassano del Grappa Wedding, Italy
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Importance of a Wedding Album | Coffee-Table Book Melissa & Sean - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
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Achensee Engagement Shoot with Melanie & Philipp

What a shoot!!! Gosh, these two lovebirds rocked their engagement session and I found it really difficult to chose the photos for this blog post as there are so many great shots. We enjoyed the afternoon with Melanie and Philipp to the full, it was absolutely great working with them. We discovered the Achensee area and chose two different locations for their engagement shoot. Thanks so much for this wonderful day, it was a pleasure spending time with you. We hardly can wait until July, then we have the great opportunity to work with this couple again as we are photographing their wedding in Germany at the outstanding venue Hofgut Maisenburg. Can`t wait to see you soon again!
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Achensee Engagement Shoot with Melanie & Philipp - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
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Wedding Inspirations | Wedding Accessories for the Groom

When it comes to making all those finishing touches on your wedding, don´t forget the groom. The groom and his guys want to look just as dapper as the ladies, so you can spice up their wardrobe with simple accessories that add fabulous flair to your wedding party. So what could a groom wear as accessories on his wedding day?

Bow Tie
Bow ties are a super awesome way to add a touch of color to your bridal party. From prints to vivid colors that pop, bow ties come in such a variety it will be way too easy to match any wedding theme or color palette.

Socks
The cool thing about socks: not only can they be bought to match your wedding theme or color palette, but they can also be engraved with the groom and groomsmen´s initials for one sweet matching touch!

Cufflinks
If you´re not into engraving socks, why not go for some killer cufflinks! Cufflinks can also be coordinated with socks for a sweet matching ensemble of handsome accessories.

Necktie
Neckties are a great accessory for the minimalist groom. Not too showy, and just a touch of color to make the groomsmen pop! Choose from solids, polka dots, foulards, paisley patterns, sport and club themed ties, tartan or plaid, university ties, regimental or knit ties.

Top Hat & Cane
Grooms can also get suited and booted with a top hat and cane for one very posh set of accessories!

Suspenders
If you´re the kind of groom who doesn´t like to wear ties or jackets, suspenders can be a great way to add a little themed accessory to your bridal wear.

Miscellaneous Accessories
If you´re just not into all that color and flare, you can accessorize with a pocket watch, flask, boutonniere or sunglasses too.
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Wedding Inspirations | Wedding Accessories for the Groom - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
268 views since 2016-04-27

Madeleine & Philip | Customer Feedback

We had the honor to capture Madeleine and Philip´s civil ceremony in Zurich, Switzerland as well as their big wedding party in Camp de Mar, Mallorca. A few weeks ago they sent us a beautiful card with lovely words. We are happy to share those with you today! Please find the German and English version in the blog post details - enjoy!
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Madeleine & Philip | Customer Feedback - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
201 views since 2016-04-21

Wedding Inspirations | What Makes a Bridal Bouquet Beautiful?

Hello Bride-to-be and Welcome! We are wedding photographers and love to capture such wonderful moments in a couple´s life. We have already shot more than 120 weddings and today we would like to present you the 50 prettiest wedding bouquets we´ve captured. We want to give our brides some inspiration what is possible and what they should consider when it comes to their wedding bouquet. So here are our tips:

Incorporate Your Wedding Theme
Your bouquet can reflect your theme in many ways. For instance, a southern style or rustic romance type wedding bouquet might be laced with Spanish moss. A garden wedding bouquet can include greenery with garden roses. For a formal wedding try monochrome colored bouquets or one giant flower. A winter wedding may include red or wine colored flowers while a fall bride might choose mums or orange roses.

Go With Bold Wedding Colors
Don´t be afraid to choose a bold flower and pair it with greenery or olive branches. Sometimes this can be the sweetest floral statement. If you´ve gone with a color palette for your wedding, try wildflowers or various varietals in your wedding color choice.

Get Sentimental
The sky is the limit with things you can do to personalize your wedding bouquet and what better way than to incorporate a personal memento. For instance, is there someone special who can´t attend your big day? For example a grandparent or loved one who has passed. Why not include a photo or handkerchief of that belonged to them!

Show Off Your Personality
Your wedding bouquet should show off your personality. After all, it can be the most personal thing you carry down the aisle on the way to the person you´re going to spend the rest of your life with. It´s also the thing that can make your wedding photography pop, so don´t be afraid to go big or go home. Your wedding day is about you, and your bouquet should be just as special as everything else.
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Wedding Inspirations | What Makes a Bridal Bouquet Beautiful? - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
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Couple Shoot | Visiting the Swarovski Crystal Worlds with Tracey & Kelly

If you follow our blog you already know Tracey & Kelly. Four years in a row - yes! We first met them for their Engagement session in the snow, one year later we photographed their winter destination wedding in Tyrol at the Arlberg Hospiz Alm, last year we visited the Christmas Markets in Innsbruck together and a few weeks ago we met again here in Tyrol. This time we explored the beautiful Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens. We enjoyed it so much to meet Tracey and Kelly again, spend a wonderful afternoon together, shoot some memories for them and to enjoy a snack at the impressive Daniels Kristallwelten - Cafe & Restaurant. Just a few hours before we met it snowed again and so the Crystal Clouds in the park looked just amazing with the mountains in the back. This place is definitely worth a visit!

Tracey & Kelly, we thank you so much for your trust a few years back. We are really happy to call you friends!
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Couple Shoot | Visiting the Swarovski Crystal Worlds with Tracey & Kelly - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
563 views since 2016-02-10

Opening Event, Office Impressions and our Mission Statement

We are so proud that we moved into our new office last fall, we are absolutely in love with it and working there is a whole other experience and much more fun. Now we have a lot of space for our photography as well as our printing business and with this blog post we want to show you some impressions of our new office created at the day of our opening event at the end of 2015. We also want to deliver insight into the reasons for this wonderful new office, because of our photography business it would not have been necessary, of course it would have been great but not necessary in this dimension. So check out the details of this blog post to read more about our mission statement Quality is the one value that always pays off and our development in the printing section of our business.

PS: Within the next weeks we will also publish some wide angle shots of our new office so you can get an overview how it looks like.
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Opening Event, Office Impressions and our Mission Statement - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
495 views since 2016-01-26

Melissa & Sean | Customer Feedback

We are honored to share such outstanding moments with our couples and it`s so great when it`s not just a business to client relationship. We get to know each other before the wedding even when our couples are from abroad - there are so many options like Skype or FaceTime. Often times there is a special feeling during our first call, something like `it seems we know each other for quite a long time` or `we are a perfect match`. That was also the case with Melissa and Sean from the United States. They chose Italy as their wedding destination and we were happy to photograph their wedding in Bassano del Grappa. Please find their customer feedback in English and German in the blog post details, thanks so much for your wonderful words!
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Melissa & Sean | Customer Feedback - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
723 views since 2015-12-09

Philadelphia Wedding at Please Touch Museum with Megan & Dan | Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, here we are - what a story!!! We are thrilled to deliver insight into our job as destination wedding photographers in the United States. If you believe it or not, we as Austrians were hired to photograph Megan & Dan`s beautiful wedding in Philadelphia at the Please Touch Museum. We had such a great time with the two of them as well as their families and friends. They all welcomed us as we would be part of their family, thank you so much! Maybe you remember the map seen in the blog post in front of the bridal gown? We had the honor to photograph Dan`s surprise proposal in Zurich during their holidays two years ago. A few weeks before they traveled to Europe Dan contacted us if we could capture his surprise proposal without getting recognized. We had goose bumps while he asked Megan if she will marry him, feel free to check out images of her wonderful reaction as well as some engagement photos on our blog. That`s the story how we first met these two lovebirds. More than one year after this highlight we received an email and we were stoked. They asked if we would travel to the States to capture their wedding as well. Of course we do, what an honor! So let the wedding story begin.

Dan`s final preparations took place at Sonesta Hotel in Philadelphia and Megan got ready at her parents home. They had a fall theme and chose gorgeous orangish bridesmaids dresses as well as matching groomsmen socks. Megan and Dan`s ceremony was held at the Chapel on Saint Joseph`s University`s campus in Philadelphia where they both attended undergraduate studies and started dating. This place is so beautiful, don`t you think it looks a tiny bit like Hogwarts in Harry Potter? At least it reminded us of lots of movies. The reception was held at the incredible Please Touch Museum in Philadelphia. It is actually a children`s museum housed in a building called Memorial Hall that was built in 1876 for the U.S. Centennial Exposition. The cocktail hour took place at the Carousel House where all the guests were able to ride the 100 years old and still working carousel - unbelievable! We had all such a good time and the guests rocked the dance floor. At the end of this extraordinary day we had the wonderful opportunity to get a ride with a school bus, pretty cool! As the Sonesta Hotel, where most of the guests and also we checked in, is pretty close to City Hall we had to do a night shot in the middle of the street to end this wonderful wedding reportage!
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Philadelphia Wedding at Please Touch Museum with Megan & Dan | Pennsylvania - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
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Bassano del Grappa Destination Wedding with Melissa & Sean | Italy Wedding Photographer

We had the wonderful opportunity to come back to the beautiful city Bassano del Grappa in Italy to capture Melissa and Sean`s destination wedding there. The bridal couple is from the United States but the bride has her roots in Italy, so they chose this historic city to celebrate their love. Approximately 50% of the guests were Italian and the other half flew in from the States. It was a perfect mix and all the guests enjoyed this wedding to the full. In the morning Phil attented the groom and his groomsmen walking to their getting ready location through the Saturday markets at Piazza Liberta with umbrellas as it did not stop raining. Binding the bow tie was a bit of a challenge but with some patience and YouTube instructions everything worked out. This season lots of our grooms are wearing a stylish piece - a Kummerbund. The groom and his groomsmen walked to the church and while they were crossing the street a Beatles album cover showed up by accident. In the meanwhile the bride and her bridesmaids were getting prepared at Hotel Belvedere, the girls had a lot of fun and were singing out loud while getting hair and makeup done.

The ceremony was held at SS. Trinita in Bassano where several family members have also gotten married and their reception was held at a 400+ year old home in the country side of Bassano del Grappa - Villa Damiani. Absoluetly beautiful, cozy and outstanding. Just the weather did not play along that well so the cocktail hour could not be held outside as planned but the guests also enjoyed the delicious antipasti in one of several rooms of the beautiful Villa.

It rained so much that the result was a totally mixed up timeline but Melissa and Sean were really relaxed and flexible and so we shifted the group photos and bridal portraits. We were lucky that it stopped raining later in the afternoon and so we drove back to the city with the couple to take some beautiful photos in the historical town. Sadly the famous bridge Ponte Vecchio was under construction as well as most of the area around the bridge but we checked out the location the day before so it was no surprise on the wedding day and we were perfectly prepared. We found some beautiful areas for wedding photos, so Melissa and Sean did not have to give up the idea of incorporating the bridge in their photos.

After dinner they started the party and we were stoked. We have not seen such a rocking wedding party for years. Yes, often times the dance floor is occupied for half an hour or a bit more but every now and then it is empty but not so this time. The guests totally rocked, the dance floor was filled with people for three hours nonstop and then we left the party but we are absolutely sure that they partied on.
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Bassano del Grappa Destination Wedding with Melissa & Sean | Italy Wedding Photographer - Blog of Nina Hintringer Photography - Wedding Photography, Wedding Reportage and Destination Weddings
1771 views since 2015-10-24
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