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Each of us can’t wait for the spring. In anticipation of warming we present You a reportage full of sunny (which we are in love – check) stories about the wedding of Natalie and Henry!

The day started with the preparations at Natalia’s home, during which we had the opportunity to get closer to the whole family. We started shooting in focus to free reportage, without forgetting about detail photos.

Details are very important in the context of all the material that we give to you. If We would not include such elements, images of that day would contain only pure reportage at the large volumes of shots could be tedious. This is why our frames are wedding rings, shoes, elements of dress and bouquet. In addition, the wedding day we do a group photo, formal portraits (with parents, witnesses and guests), and a session on the wedding day.

At the Opieszyn Palace everything was already there, prepared by Magda from My Sweat Dreaming of Home and Caroline of Kwiatove. Slowly guests began to appear. After greetings the time has come for the ceremony. The ceremony took place during the “Golden Hour”, that is the phenomenon that occurs only twice a day, morning and the evening. Name the phenomenon is due to the golden color of the light that emits the sun at sunrise and sunset.

After the sunset, we were looking for opportunities to realize the session. As it happens in such circumstances, it wasn’t too bright. Despite of this, we managed to make some pictures on the background of spectacular illuminated letters.

What can we write at the end … We love such reportages, the aesthetics of the day, the circumstances and, above all, people who can shoot make us loving our work.

Greetings to Natalie and Henry!

 

Hey,

It’s been a long time since we’ve been here :) We had a lot of work while preparing images for our Couples <3. Today, we have a few words to tell about one of the most beautiful reportage of what we have been making in last year.

Our work has began in the early afternoon in the marvelous village, where Manor Wierzenica is placed. With such beautiful countryview we went for a walk around the manor house and the wedding hall.

 

When preparing time has come, Natalia and Michael felt stress – which is natural – but quickly got used to the situation. It seemed like They were prepared for every minute of the day.

 

 

Another place that we discoverend was this old Church – Nicholas Wierzenica – one of the oldest buildings of its kind in the municipality of Swarzędz and one of the oldest in Poland. Built in 1932. However, our Couple is most important here ;). Natalia and Michael as well as in the preparation time did not come out of their role, they were at ease, yet graceful.

 


After the ceremony we returned to the manor in Wierzenica. Freshly married raised unusual toast with the guests. They raised their glasses, asking that each guest tapped the glass with them and literally said a few words in the context of wishes. This solution may seem reckless. But it was quite the opposite. The whole instead of taking quite a long time, literally took a few moments, and the process for submitting wishes didn’t lost his charm.

 

After dinner and a couple of subsequent toasts We took our Couple for a photo session. Often in the fist conversations with our Couples we hear the question – is it worth doing a session on the wedding day? The answer is simple – yes, it is worth it. The implementation of its allows us to keep your look exactly on this day. The session itself but runs without posing. We have a rule that we try to hold on to. Laying hands, telling how to smile, where to look, how to stand – is a last resort that we avoid. It is best to take a breath and give yourself a few moments, and natural smiles and glances will follow. That moment of respite is the session on the day of the wedding – we believe it is also a moment of rest for you, away from the guests and all the hustle and bustle that lasts from preparation until the end of play.

 

Another surprising element on the day of the ceremony was letting go of balloons with helium for all invited. Natalia and Michael were awarded with their color.

 

All further part of the wedding proceeded calmly and naturally. Scheduled adoption perfectly reflects the nature of our couple.

 

 

You can not of course forget the excellent service hall and of the person responsible for the musical setting. That person was a DJ Olli, very energetic guy, great announcer and – attention – bellwether. If you are looking for ingenious DJ, this is Paul Olli.

 

 

Greetings for Natalie and Michael!