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Basilica of San Giorgio, Venice, Italy

Basilica of San Giorgio, Venice, Italy

Wedding dress idea; Featured Dress: Milla Nova

Wedding dress idea; Featured Dress: Milla Nova

30 Creative Ways to Light Your Wedding Day | http://www.tulleandchantilly.com/blog/30-creative-ways-to-light-your-wedding-day/

30 Creative Ways to Light Your Wedding Day | http://www.tulleandchantilly.com/blog/30-creative-ways-to-light-your-wedding-day/

6. Clean Eating Zucchini Lasagna #healthy #dinner #recipes http://greatist.com/eat/clean-eating-ground-turkey-recipes

6. Clean Eating Zucchini Lasagna #healthy #dinner #recipes http://greatist.com/eat/clean-eating-ground-turkey-recipes

whismical forest and woodland wedding inspiration for 2017

whismical forest and woodland wedding inspiration for 2017

A-line Round Neckline Chiffon Lace Long Wedding Dresses, Wedding Gown, Open Back Wedding Dress, Lace Sleeves Wedding Dress

A-line Round Neckline Chiffon Lace Long Wedding Dresses, Wedding Gown, Open Back Wedding Dress, Lace Sleeves Wedding Dress

Bijzondere met kant bewerkte lage rug van trouwjurk 6146 van Stella York. www.newstyling.nl

Bijzondere met kant bewerkte lage rug van trouwjurk 6146 van Stella York. www.newstyling.nl

Freestyle Friday: This 10-Minute Ab Workout Will Rock Your Core!

Freestyle Friday: This 10-Minute Ab Workout Will Rock Your Core!

Vorselaar Castle, Belgium - The castle De Borrekens at Vorselaar (near Herenthals) is a a medieval castle from the thirteenth century which was rebuilt in a neo-Gothic style in the nineteenth century, between 1866-1884. In the thirteenth century, it belonged to the Van Rotselaar family, who were stewards of the Dukes of Brabant. Surrounded by a moat, and guarded by fortified towers at the entrance, it is powerfully evocative of the late middle ages. The castle is still privately owned.

Vorselaar Castle, Belgium - The castle De Borrekens at Vorselaar (near Herenthals) is a a medieval castle from the thirteenth century which was rebuilt in a neo-Gothic style in the nineteenth century, between 1866-1884. In the thirteenth century, it belonged to the Van Rotselaar family, who were stewards of the Dukes of Brabant. Surrounded by a moat, and guarded by fortified towers at the entrance, it is powerfully evocative of the late middle ages. The castle is still privately owned.