Duchess Elisabeth in Bavaria & Daniel Terberger 2004


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Ok, this wedding have more jewles than other wedding!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I just don't see non ruling house? Some1 now way?

Well some1 now who is this lady and some1 have a better
pic from the tiara?
 

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These people are just as royal as e.g. the royal families of Spain, Denmark, Belgium etc.

They were 'kings' of Bavaria untill not so very long ago. Most German royal houses lost their power after WWI. But most of them are still very loved by the population.

Elisabeth of Bavaria, has the predicate SAR (her royal highness).
 
Some more info on this couple:

They said they met in Vienna 4 years a go and that it was love at first sight.

The bride is a decendant of Ludwig III, the last king of Bavaria, and a niece of duke Franz in Bavaria, head of the royal house (so he would have been king if the family was still in power).

Her veil was 5 meter long.

The couple will live in Bielefeld, where Daniel works as director of the family firm. He's an important representant of the textile industry in Germany. Elisabeth studied photography, a few years ago she started studying again, business management, and will be finishing her studies next year.

the bride said she will miss Bavaria but she's looking forward to her new life.

Her previous family homes were Wildbad Kreuth and caste Wildenwart in Chiemgau.

source:Berchtesgadener Anzeiger.
 
The night before the wedding there was of course a wedding ball

the couple dancing
 

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1.Elisabeth with archduke Martin of Austria and his wife Katharina von Isenburg, who also got married this year
2. elisabeth with her cousin, lady Alexandra Spencer Churchill.
 

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1.mother of the bride and her niece, lady Alexandra Spencer Churchill (daughter
of the duke of Marlborough)
2.Sophie of Liechtenstein (sister) and Isabelle of Liechtenstein
3&4.on the right: Maria Anna of Bavaria, sister of the bride
5.prince Leopold of Bavaria and prince Johann Georg von Hohenzollern, husband
of princess Brigitta of Sweden.
 

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1&2. prince Alois of Liechtenstein, ? and count Erich von Waldburg-Zeil.
3. ? and duke Franz in Bavaria.
4.Prince Johann Georg of Hohenzollern and Princess Marie Charlotte of Bavaria,
aunt of the bride.
5.2nd from right: hereditary duke Friedrich von Württemberg.
 

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Hannelore said:
Some more info on this couple:

They said they met in Vienna 4 years a go and that it was love at first sight.
I wonder why it took them so long to get married then!? If I was with someone that long without being proposed to I would seriously consider breaking it off. I'm glad they are married though.
 
I think it is a very good idea for them to wait it out and then get married. It can only make their relationship stronger.
 
samitude said:
I wonder why it took them so long to get married then!? If I was with someone that long without being proposed to I would seriously consider breaking it off. I'm glad they are married though.
I guess some people are more patient and mature than others. Or maybe the couple knew that they were committed to each other and could wait for several years because of work, careers or other factors knowing that their love and relationship wouldn't be jeopardized by waiting.

Relationships are different for everybody. Just because you may wait only a year or two before getting married (and if no proposal you would say good bye I guess?) but others wait 6 or 7 years or more. Harald and Sonja of Norway waited 9 years before getting married and I don't think anyone thinks any less of their relationship. Frederik and Mary waited 3+ years. And on the other hand Felipe and Letizia waited only a year or so.

Abou the pictures: They all look like they are having a good time, especially at the pre-wedding ball. Mostly those occasions look so stiff and formal but here it looks like a real party and a real celebration.
 
I also agree it's better to wait a bit longer. Better to wait 4 years, get to know each other really well, and know that you can stay together for the rest of your lives, than to get married head over heels and divorce a few years later.

Anyway, waiting a few years like this is very normal in Europe.
 
In church (seegerpress)
 

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the rings (seegerpress)
 

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at the table

3.the bride and her father
4.prince Leopold of Bavaria and lady Alexandra Spencer Churchill.
5.Prince Luitpold of Bavaria, Margravine Valerie of Baden, prince Georg Friedrich
of Prussia and the duchess of Braganza.
 

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after the wedding:

1.countess Draskovitch, behind her: duke Friedrich von WÜrttemberg
2.countess Mathilde von Waldburg-Zeil and duchess Marie Caroline von
Württemberg admiring each other's hats
3.duke & duchess of Braganza
4.?, Elisabeth of bavaria, Ingeborg Wrede-Lanz
5. Elisabeth von Bayern with her sister Rosita, duchess of Marlborough.
6.Maria Anna of Bavaria, sister of the bride
7.duke Franz of Bavaria and Dom Duarte of Portugal.
8.Franz and Max of Bavaria
9.on the left: Erich and Mathilde von Waldburg-Zeil. On the right: Philipp von
Württemberg.
 

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1&2. Sisters of the bride.
 

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nice pics, will she keep her title or will she be known as mrs... and will she have to do her own cooking?
 
She'll keep her title of course, she was born with it.

Her children won't have titles though. They'll be little Terbergers :)

I think these girls always did their own cooking :)
 
The church was stunning - beautiful indeed. The dress was gorgious. She looked radiant as ever. It is interesting to know that he is German as well. Is he from a noble family or no?

Beauiful photos of the bridal parties to commemerate the day.

Thank You for sharing.
 
Thank you all for the wonderful photos of Elisabeth and Daniel! Such a treat!

Elisabeth's gown was simple but quite beautiful and her veil and tiara were extremely lovely.
 
Well, actually we forgot something...Apart from 2 wedding balls and a reception, there also was another, very Bavarian, party. A real beer party before the wedding :):):)


Elisabeth & Daniel:
 

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with their friends and family

1. Elisabeth and her mother
2. Princess Maria Anna in Bavaria
3. Daniel Terberger, duchess of Marlborough and duke Philipp von Württemberg
 

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I'm not fond of her wedding gown. I thought it was too simple and the fabric looked cheap looking.
 
Wedding Bells

Awesome wedding pictures and dresses are very
:flowers::flowers::flowers::flowers::flowers::flowers::flowers: nice
 
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