Prince Johann-Wenzel of Liechtenstein Marries Countess Felicitas von Hartig In Beautiful Vienna Church Ceremony

Prince Johann-Wenzel of Liechtenstein and Countess Felicitas von Hartig’s wedding was so nice, they married twice!

On Saturday, June 10, the prince married his sweetheart in a religious service at Servite Church in Vienna, Austria. The celebration was held six weeks after their civil ceremony in Liechtenstein on April 30, where the bride wore a short white dress and the groom was classic in a dark suit.

The weekend wedding at Servite Church had all the classic elements, and the festivities began when Felicitas arrived in a vintage convertible with her dad, Count Lukas von Hartig.

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In a fresh spin on royal bridal style, Felicitas skipped a tiara and veil. She wore a white dress with short puff sleeves and stripe-like pleats by the Spanish brand Jesus Peiro, Point de Vue reported. She completed the look with white flowers in her hair and was all smiles for the march to meet her groom, who sported a morning suit, at the altar.

The bride and groom beamed on their way out of the church and shared a kiss under a shower of white confetti hearts. Like many excited brides, Felicitas waved her bouquet in the air before she and her prince hopped into the convertible together.

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Prince Johann-Wenzel, the son of Princess Marie of Orléans and Prince Gundakar of Liechtenstein.

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