Today I have the pleasure to share a gorgeous international wedding with the beautiful backdrop of Culcreuch Castle – a 13th-century castle located near Fintry in the heart of Scottish countryside. With Iranian bride and Scottish groom living in Norway, it was an eclectic mix of traditions from all over the world.
Wes Andreson movies were the main inspiration for the colour scheme of this bohemian Czech-Slovak wedding held in Czech borderland near Neratov. It was full of little DIY details such as the hand-embroidered powder pink wedding dress, which has been customised to the delicate condition of the bride! I was capturing the whole day from the morning preparations in the cabin on the ski slope with all the friends (and dogs) around until the night. The ceremony was held in the atmospheric old church with a glass roof and rich history…
It’s been a real pleasure to capture special day of Keth and Sandy who travelled to Edinburgh all the way from Jakarta, Indonesia to explore English cities and Scottish nature. What was my excitement when I learned that Sandy is actually going to propose during the shoot! Calton Hill was a perfect location with gorgeous views of the city and plenty of nature all around. It worked out and most importantly – she said yes!
Afternoon spent climbing hills, chasing rainbows and getting completely soaked and muddy. Love Edinburgh and its weather on this last day of winter! And Holyrood Park which is almost like being anywhere else in the Scottish nature – although being in the heart of the city.