It’s been almost a month since my friend had her beautiful may wedding, and I have just now gotten around to do a write up. Shame on me, but here it is.
At the day of the wedding, me and my boyfriend hiked a ride with a friend to the church. He was warned beforhand that there probably would be folk music playing at the party, since both the bride and groom love it. He was in a good and tolerant mood all untill we turned the corner of the church and came face to face with… But he needed not to fear, the dancers in national costumes (who I know from our dance company) was leaving, after a performance on a previous wedding.
We where not allowed to photograph during the wedding cermony, but I did manadged to get a quick one of the couple leaving the church.(I was not alone taking photos either…)
The newly-weds on the church steps.
Congratulations to Annika and David!
Hugging all the guests.
Love the brides smile in this one.
Some other friends I know from childhood dancing groups.
Gathering of the gentlemenWhat it is with these clusters of guys at weddings?
Before leaving for the wedding, I had put together an album using photos from the bachelorett-party to give to the bride as a memory.I then urged all the girls to whrite some coments and loving word to the bride in it.
It did get a bit out of hand…
When the couple arrived at the party they where welcomed by friends playing folk music to them.
A very “relaxed” bouquet, which she got from a flower picking child right before I took this picture.
Annika and Sofia.
All the wedding gifts on the table. How come you always wrap your presents so much better for weddings then for christmas…
After dinner it was time for the bridal dance.And since this couple are born dancers they had decided to do a “polska” in stead of the raditional walths.
It is a much more romanic and “hugging” type of dance, than the elegant but stiff walths.
The guy playing the flute (to the left) had writen the song special for this occasion.
Then it was time for the cake.
It was such a beautiful wedding, and the cabin was perfect for the eartly, folk music style, in wedding party.
And as usual I didn’t get any pictures of myself – (I did wear my teal and black new years dress again) so you will have to settle for an “above shoot” of my shoes.