So with my photography at kind of a new start, I feel thankful and happy, determined to see the happiness and the beauty in the smallest things, just like this little enthusiast at our last wedding - she dared to be happy, spontaneous and outgiving even though she wasn't even a guest at the wedding!
We arrived to Malcesine the evening before wedding and the weather was not the best ever. There was not much we could see or feel under that huge rain shower in the whole of Lago di Garda region of Italy. But morning after… there are not much words to do this little picturesque and absolutely beautiful place a justice. Houses, alleys, the lake, Malcesine Castle sitting right above all of it like in a fairytale… people chilling, amazing weather, relaxed atmosphere and mouthwatering food. I was in love.
The cruel winter is on at this very moment here in Europe. We hope that this photos will bring you some warmth, with both beautiful sunny weather shown on them and the feeling of strong connection and loads of love that was so obvious throughout this amazing day.
Since 8 months of our 2016 looked like one giant continuos wedding day with so many incredible moments, people and places, Martina went a bit creative (and crazy if you ask me) in November and made a little presentation of our year 2016 combining different photos from our 2016 weddings in a single wedding story, on our studio's Facebook page. People loved it so much that we decided we’d put a bit expanded version as our year review.
A young and interesting couple actually met in Croatia few years ago, so now they made a decision of going back to Croatia for a perfect destination wedding! They flew with their friends and family from London all the way down to Split and took another 2,5-hour ferry ride from there to finally reach the magical town of Vis and have a really special wedding at Fort George Vis.
Shelley and Felix are two loveable people. They function even better as a couple. So it was a really good choice for them to go with Hvar as their wedding destination and place for some great fun during long sunny days. The whole day with them and their guests was nothing short of perfect.
We booked this destination wedding in Botswana with Charlotte and Rob just few weeks before Botswana was announced as the number 1 country to visit in 2016 by world renown and our personal favourite travel guide Lonely Planet in their traditional annual "Best in Travel", list of best countries, cities and regions to visit every year. And that was only a beginning of the real excitement and everything that followed...
Charlotte is from London area, Croydon to be precise. Grew up there, has family and friends there. Rob was born in Tanzania, today lives in Botswana. They met in London and short after, Charlotte moved all the way to Botswana. It must be love? Well, it absolutely is, but it’s still just the beginning of the ultimate part...