Jan 2013

Karen + Rowan

A Cute Wedding with Fantastic Lighting at the Ceremony and Pretty Little Details

What would you give to have your wedding ceremony take place in such a fantastic place? Not to talk about all the pretty little details. And the beautiful pictures by Bruce and Rebecca of Love Made Visible. Enter the magic…



Name one thing you regret…

We have no regrets. Some people have found this hard to believe, but we had the most fun, fantastic day, and wouldn’t change a thing.


… And one thing you’re really happy about / proud of.

From the start we believed that the three key elements of a great wedding are an awesome crowd, a relaxed program, and a good DJ. Our family and friends were all fabulous, fulfilling the first criteria. We had a very casual order-of-events, which kept the party flowing nicely. And DJ Tjopper kept the dance floor packed all night. We’re also really glad we skipped the portrait session to spend some extra time with our guests, and that we didn’t get all stressed over the finer details of the decor and food, trusting instead the professionals to do what they’re good at.


Dec 2012

Andrea + Dani

Fun Spanish Wedding with a DJ Bride

Every time I see the pictures of this wedding, I feel like listening the one song that really moves me and turn up the sound! I’m also very pleased to make you discover (or rediscover) the work of a great photographer and person – Megan of Bikini Birdie. Here comes Andrea + Dani’s wedding!



Andrea and Dani’s wedding took place on June 9th 2012, at the Buenavista Dénia hotel in Dénia (between Alicante and Valencia in Spain, where Andrea’s parents already got married).



Name one thing you regret…

You’re going to think I’m not telling the truth… but I can’t think of a single thing that I regret. Ok, there is maybe one thing: on the wedding day I woke up at 5 in the morning (I went to sleep at 2!), saw some clouds in the sky and then wasn’t able to sleep anymore. The wedding was meant to take place outside and I was terrified it would rain! Well, guess what? It was great there were clouds because otherwise we would have melted!! But the thing is, I only slept three hours and didn’t look as pretty as I should have! ;)


… And one thing you’re really happy about / proud of.

I knew exactly how our wedding had to be and got to convince my husband to let me take the decisions. The thing is, it turned out to be even more perfect than I could have imagined. My husband feels the same way, though he didn’t even want to have a party at first (now he wants to get married every year)!
One thing I’m really happy about is that everyone felt so relaxed and comfortable; you could really feel that “love was in the air”. I saw my mother and stepmother hugging each other; my father and husband (who had been fighting about the tie of the fiancé for months—Dani didn’t want to wear it and my father thought that this was unforgivable) couldn’t stop crying; and all the guests were dancing as if there were no tomorrow, even the oldest ones!
The next day, a lot of guests told me they had never been to a wedding like that before and didn’t want to go to another one anymore because any other would look boring in comparison… I couldn’t have asked for more.


“fê em Deus, DJ!”

Ladies and Gentlemen… “Here comes the bride!” Y E S !!!! Andrea actually performed a concert during her wedding! Both of them showed up afterwards on stage… I LOVE LOVE LOVE that they appeared wearing hoodies!


Andrea y Dani, sois los mejores, seguid con esa energia toda la vida!

Nov 2012

Louisa + Eskil

Simple Swedish Wedding in Gotland with Old Carts

Many times, people try to do something unique for their wedding. But it happens sometimes that the persons that the most should enjoy the day—bride & groom—, just don’t seem to. I fell in love with Louisa and Eskil’s wedding in Gotland from the very moment I discovered it: original yet simple ideas, and above all, ideas that seem to perfectly correspond to the bride and groom. Photography credit: 2 Brides Photography, from Sweden.



The wedding took place in Gotland, Sweden.


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