I’ve said it before, and I know I tend to repeat things, but these days with all the horrible things going on in the world, weddings are my sanctuary. Knowing that people still love and laugh and enjoy life is very important to remember. And looking back at weddings I’ve shot I always get welled up, because I so strongly remember the emotions on display from that day just by looking at the pictures.
Pauline and Ross live a multicultural life. She’s from Sweden but has grown up all over Europe; he’s an Aussie from England. They met while studying at Oxford and – fortunately for me – decided to get married in Förslövs kyrka and to continue partying at Strandhotellet in Mellbystrand. The Swedish flag served as inspiration for the colour theme, and everything looked absolutely amazing. Normally, in Sweden, saying that something looks like the Swedish flag is almost an insult, but somehow these two managed to make everything extremely beautiful. Blue and yellow isn’t so bad after all!
This is a long post so I’ve decided to let the pictures speak for themselves, but I have to mention that when the brother of the groom has written a poem about said groom, and mentions the word ”pecker” about a dozen times, it’s a good wedding. Cheers!
P.S. I never cease to be amazed by the ability to give a good speech. And the speakers at this wedding were true entertainers. How do they do that?!