Prince Ludwig zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg marries Helene von Pezold in Germany in a HIGHLY fashionable society wedding

Prince Ludwig zu Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg marries Helene von Pezold in Germany in a HIGHLY fashionable society wedding.

The gorgeous bride dons a diamond tiara made by her family.

It is hardly surprising that the wedding of Ludwig and Helene von Pezold this past weekend was labelled the “dream wedding of Kreuzwertheim” by the German media.

The third of Kilian von Pezold’s four daughters, Helene, 28, and Louis, 29, the hereditary Prince of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg, undoubtedly enjoyed a star-studded day.

Baroness Sophia, Baron Clemens von Elverfeldt, and Duchess Elisabeth of Bavaria attended the Protestant wedding at the Wertheim Collegiate Church.

According to the Royal Watcher, the lovely bride is expected to wear the royal piece to her royal ball evening.

The stunning bride wore a Diamond Tiara worn a few months previously by her sister, Sophia von Pezold, for her wedding.

The happy couple went all out for the party, inviting their amazed friends to the castle in Kreuzwertheim to savour a cuisine that comprised a roast pig, fowl, and several vegetarian delicacies including falafel.

The pair, who had been together for over a year, wed in a religious ceremony this morning at the Stiftskirche in Wertheim after celebrating their civil union on September 8 in Kreuzwertheim’s town hall.

This evening, a spectacular ball will be held at Schloss Wertheim in Kreuzwertheim, the home of the Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg Family since 1736.

The image of the happy couple kissing was taken on the royal blue carpet that covered the church aisle.

To complement the bride’s sophisticated bouquet, the church was decked with white, yellow, and blue flowers.

The father of the bride and the groom wore matching dress jackets, grey striped pants and olive green waistcoats.

The newlyweds drove away from the church in a cream wedding car with white, yellow, and blue flowers painted over the windscreen, identical to how the church had been decorated.

The civil ceremony was officiated by Kreuzwertheim’s mayor, Klaus Thoma, on Friday in the pavilion in the historic square directly on the Main.

Many of the attendees donned traditional attire, including the men in lederhosen and the women in dirndls, which made their attire significantly different from this morning’s event.

The traditional attire known as Lederhosen is typically connected to the hilly areas of German-speaking Central Europe.

Leather breeches are the English translation of the German word lederhosen.

Ddirndls have an apron, a wide, high-waisted skirt, a bodice with a low neckline, and a blouse below.

The youngest of HSH’s three children is Prince Louis.

The second spouse of Prince Ludwig Udo Peter Alfred of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg is Countess Elisabeth von Waldburg zu Wolfegg-und Waldsee.

Genealogical sources list Ludwig as his first name, although Louis is more commonly used to refer to him.

His full name is Louis Hubertus Alfred-Ernst Sebastian Carl Roman.

Princess Sophie, who is wed to Count Constantin Fugger von Babenhausen, and Princess Amelie are his two older sisters.

The couple has been dating for five years.

Helene was raised in Niederfüllbach, a town close to Coburg, where her father, the founding attorney of von Pezold & Leyde, practises construction and architecture law.

At the Freie Universität Berlin, the future Hereditary Princess earned a BS in Economics in 2018 and an MA in Business Informatics in 2020.

Because her mother Princess Madeleine and HSH Gustav’s late father, Prince Richard, were related, Countess Christina is HSH Gustav, Prince of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg’s first cousin.

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