Some people spend years planning their ceremony and invite over one hundred guests. Some people pick a beautiful spot in their hometown and invite no one except their two best friends as witnesses. Add balloons, confetti and an officiant, and you’ve got a wedding! Johanna and Kristoffer said yes to each other at Blockhusudden, a beautiful green spot in the middle of Stockholm. It was a lovely autumn day, and I am so happy that I could be there and document it for them.
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On a lovely autumn day I joined the Halson-Ingham family for a little mini adventure in the forest of Upplands Väsby. First we went on a short hike along Upplandsleden, where we found a beautiful spot with a view over lake Mälaren. Then it was time to make a fire, roast some marshmallows and have a cup of tea.
It was so much fun, I love hanging out with my clients like this! If you want me to join your family on a hike, on a boat trip, or on a sledging hill – let me know! I’ll be there, as long as you promise me to do as all other normal families and make at least 100 silly faces in front of the camera :-)
Elizabeth from Singapore met Daniel from Sweden while they were studying in Japan. They fell in love, stayed in love, and after being in love for ten years they decided to get married. The top secret elopement wedding took place in Stockholm with a ceremony at the City Hall. It was just the two of them, I got to both document the ceremony and act as a witness. It was a lovely day with many smiles and lots of laughter. Elizabeth and Daniel, thank you for letting me be part of it! I wish you all the best on your new path in life!
Linda contacted me and said she wanted to surprise her boyfriend Markus with a photo session for their 5th anniversary. An engagement shoot, but without the engagement.
What a great idea!
We headed out to Djurgården, a green oasis in the middle of Stockholm. This was the perfect place to shoot the couple who met through work in the sustainability business. They took a stroll over the fields, had a cozy picnic, and at the end they did some “work” in their favorite habitat. It was a great evening!
Fast forward to 2017 and the couple is now getting married! One month from today I have the honor of capturing their big day. I am really looking forward to it!
“Smile your big beautiful smile, the one I love so much!” Marcus told Mia when we were taking portraits. And boy did she smile! In fact everyone smiled a lot this beautiful summer day. First there were smiles of anticipation while climbing the stairs at Stockholm City Hall. Then there were smiles of joy when the Mr & Mrs said “ja” to each other. Then there were some surprised smiles from strangers on a bus. And finally there were smiles of happiness and warmth when all of their friends and family gathered in Långbro Park. Such a lovely day!