Maria & Ingo are a sweet international couple that came to Denmark to tie the knot and wanted us to document their day as they explored the islands of Funen and Aeroe. After their intimate wedding ceremony on Aeroe, we took a drive and shot some pictures around the island.












The weather decided to turn against us after not too long, so we stopped in for some lunch at Den Gamle Koebmandsgaard (a great cafe selling local goods) and then hopped on a ferry headed towards Funen.  Our first stop here was the fairytale-like Egeskov Castle with it’s hedge maze and stunning gardens.





Then as the light began to fade, we headed up to Dalby on the north coast of the island and rounded off the day by taking a sunset stroll across the beach.









When a couple plans out their big day to truly represent themselves, it’s the best. Tanja and Rasmus did exactly that. They decided on a morning ceremony, followed by a delicious brunch with lots of  locally sourced specialities. The first dance was early afternoon and in the evening just the closest family reconvened to a summerhouse on the north coast of Funen for an intimate evening barbecue and sunset stroll along the beach. Perfect.


This is the second shoot I took part in with some of the lovely We Do Weddings ladies. This time I had the pleasure of working with  Elizabeth Würtz of  previous wedding blog PrettyChic Blog, Charlotte Østergaard of Charlotte Østergaard Copenhagen and fellow photographers Camilla Jørvad (Camilla Jørvad Photography) and Lina Ahnoff (Lina Ahnoff Photography). For “something borrowed” we wanted to create a family friendly, back garden wedding on a shoe string. Everything was second hand, borrowed or homemade, with plenty of emphasis on how to entertain the kids without having the budget for anything extravagant.

Last year I joined together with a group of wonderful ladies to create We Do Weddings, a network of dedicated wedding professionals. With our aim being to help the fashion forward bride and groom find the vendors they’ve been looking for. Check out our website here. For a little bit of fun and to get to know each other better, we divided ourselves into groups and created a series of inspirational photo shoots around the themes of Old, New, Borrowed and Blue, which are featured in this years Bruden magazine. For the New Shoot I had the pleasure of working with Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House That Lars Built, Rikke Gudnitz of Gudnitz Couture, Make-Up artist Lenore Rosendal and fellow Photographer Tine Hvolby of Bryllupsphoto. We looked at creating a modern day fairy tale wedding, with a hint of Thumbelina, giving any preconceived notions of a traditional wedding a good shaking up.

Our models for the day were: Christina Michanek, Sebastian Michanek, Vincent Holst and  Jonathan Marcus Leit (Not only were our main models married, but they are a real life ballet dancing husband and wife, it doesn’t get anymore fairy tale perfect than that).

Stephanie er gravid \(^_^)/ og det har vi fejret med endnu en smuk billedserie fra Hazel.

Hazel har været på fototur til UK igen, denne gang for at tage billeder af nyfødte Toby, og senere gravide Staphanie (^_^)

Her er billeder af Toby <3 [gallery columns="1" orderby="title" size="large"]

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