Wedding at Amaliehaven Garden

Saturday 25th of July 2015 from 10 am.

Give each other your ”yes” in royal surroundings. The Amaliehaven Garden is the Royal Palace’s park and is made by the Belgian garden architect Jean Delogne who is well known for his symmetry, shape cut and geometric gardens.

The weddings take place at the large fountain right next to the pier. From this spot you will have an excellent view of the Amalienborg Palace, the Marble Church and the Opera. If the weather is bad we will move the weddings indoors to Copenhagen City Hall.

When?

Saturday 25th of July 2015 from 10 am.

Please be aware

The open air weddings are informal and held in the conditions the localities offer. The Amaliehaven Garden is a public garden and therefore you must expect curious looks from people passing by.

The place’s history

The Amaliehaven Garden is one of Copenhagen’s younger gardens. It was given to the city as a gift from the Maersk Foundation and is an obvious place to walk around when you visit the Amalienborg Palace.

The garden is on one hand twisted in a modern way and on the other hand respectful towards the pure Rococo architectural style in which the Amalienborg Palace is built.

The geometric touch is framed by the garden’s sculptures, the fountain and the Italian sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro’s four abstract columns surrounding the fountain. Pomodoro has also created the sun-like fountain sculptures with water cascading in each end of the garden.