Hans Christian Andersen was Danish, and you know what that means. This country is not only one of the most beautiful in Europe, but it is so fairytale-like that you might think you are on the set of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Even though Copenhagen is mesmerizing as it is, Denmark has so much more to offer, just like the awe-inspiring countryside that has been perfect for this Rørvig wedding photographer.
It is always great to combine contemporary photography with some of the most amazing landscapes Europe has to offer. Caroline and Nicolai’s wedding made this happen – starting from the beautiful natural landscapes, authentic decoration, and great people – this definitely was a great way to enjoy the summer.
This wedding has been photogenic primarily thanks to the fusion of countryside life, nature and glamorous people. However, it has also been a great way to capture some of the best portrait pictures mostly because of the background that was dominant in every single picture. Having an open-air wedding is always an amazing idea and one that motivates photographers all around the world. Nature accentuates not only the charisma and the personality of the couple but also the whole atmosphere which was indeed quite unique and magical. I am proud to say that these photographs will serve as life-long memories to everyone who got the chance to be a part of the ceremony.
The highlight of the wedding was definitely the happy couple. Yet the beautiful ocean, more beautiful beach in July, the pink roses whose smell you can experience even through the photographs and the Danish minimalism really made this wedding definitely a one-of-a-kind. Not only has it been a great memory for Caroline, Nicolai, and all the invitees, but it was also a great opportunity for me to practice artistic photography – never enough of that!
So, in the end, I want to say thank you to the couple – thanks for the amazing time, your hospitality and the chance to work not only with great people but also in this surrounding. A surrounding that will never be forgotten.