Posts Tagged: sweden

a wedding in the Swedish archipelago

Towards the end of summer I was extremely happy to be back in Sweden and the beautiful town of Mariefred. The town in itself is such a cute little village, if you’ve seen or read any of Astrid Lindgren’s children’s books (the author of Pippi Longstocking) this town is it. But it wasn’t actually the beautiful location that took my breath away, it was Therese and Patrick, and the fact that I got to spend the day with them for their small, personal and loving wedding.

There’s really only a few things in life that really matters. One could argue what those are, and it’s all relative in the end. But for sure, for all of us, love is one of them. And as much as love looks and feels different to many of us, it’s not hard to define really, because when you see it and when you feel it, you know it.

And for this beautiful crispy, clear summers day in Scandinavia there was an abundance of love. Unpretentious love. Love that unfolds from that pure place of care and affection. Love that doesn’t try to be anything but what it actually is. Unconditional love. Love that shines and love that lasts.

T + P, You guys! You’re lovely! And so loved! What a beautiful day it was. The weather was perfect. The location, The details. Your friends and family. So lovely, all of it! I truly enjoyed spending time with you guys and getting to know you both better. It was emotional at times, but in the best of ways. I love your little family and how great you are together. Take lot’s of care of each other!

Lot’s of love, always! A

 

 

Bröllop på Krägga Herrgård

Wedding in Stockholm

A while back I photographed a wedding at the beautiful Kragga Herrgård in Sweden. A romantic venue situated by the water outside Stockholm. To me it’s a typical swedish location; the water, the dock, lot’s of greens, forest, red houses with white gables, wild fields and old barns. It’s a picture perfect place for a wedding.

I hope April is lovely where you are. Lot’s of love. A

Favourites 2014

I’ve thought a lot about time. Time.
But in order to talk about time and understand time, I need to define time.

Time? Is it movement? Growth? Passing of an event? Is time just maturity? Does it go faster the older you get? Is time the same for everyone? How does my minute compare to your minute? Is a fun hour faster than a boring one?

For me, 2014 came and went. Regardless of how many minutes and hours and days there were, they all went by quicker than I could have ever imagined. It really does feel like 2014 went before it really came. Yet the memories are filled with moments to treasure forever. How is it possible that a whole years almost disappears in what feels like no time at all, how is it possible when it contained so much, when the memories that took place therein takes up space I couldn’t even begin to define.

But I realised something revolutionary, that changed my whole outlook on the concept of time; the very best way to make the most of your time, and to properly enjoy all of it, is to live right here, right now, totally devoted to the present. Appreciating the now, making the most of this moment. It was the key to unlock infinity for me. By being present with my focus on right now, immensing myself truly and totally in right here……..right now is where I am. My focus is here and will remain here. In my forever.

I encourage you all to enjoy your moments. Truly be there, right here…right now.
Here’s some of my lovely moments from 2014. Happy new year to all and everyone with wishes for a fantastic 2015!

Lot’s of love, always and forever, A

 

 

Seaside Wedding // Bröllop in the South of Sweden // Skåne

When Pamela & Carl got married in the South of Sweden (in Höganäs / Brunnby, Skåne) it was a warm, sunny, summers day in Sweden. They had flown in from Boston a few days before and had family and friends from Sweden, Italy and Switzerland join them for their wedding day. I was the designated photographer 🙂 and thrilled to be there to capture all the love and beauty!

The ceremony took place in Brunnby Kyrka, which is such a beautiful church in the South Swedish countryside, followed by portraits at the charming Krapperups Slott & off course the beach. The evening was spent celebrating with friends and family at Bryggan, a resturant in Höganäs hamn (harbour) and filled with touching speeches, laughter, dancing, cake and much more.

P + C, you are so lovely and I loved spending time with you. I’m so happy that you asked me to shoot your wedding and invited me in to join you for this perfect day. I had such a nice time with you! I’d like to wish you all the best for your future together and all the adventures I know you’ll have together. Enjoy Boston and each other!

Lot’s of love, always. A