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Katie and Ross made their own unique timeline for their perfect wedding day! A first look in a private garden, followed by a wonderful, intimate humanist ceremony at the Scotch Malt Whisky Society on Queen Street in Edinburgh’s New Town, a wedding breakfast with their nearest family, and a drinks reception at Marlin’s Wynd in Old Town.

Amsterdam perfectly represents it’s stereotype. From my short visit, what I remember most are busy streets filled with bicycles, cheese and tulips. It’s everywhere. And virtually all the streets in the city center are draped in quaint 17th century facades. It amuses me how concentrated some European cities are, and the things we’ve heard of them, things I thought was just an exaggeration or a caricature, is reality.

Wow, it’s been over six months since I went to Greece, and just now I’m finalising this blogpost. Right in the middle of my busiest time at University. I’ve got only 4 weeks left of trimester two, and it’s terrifying! I think this is called procrastination. Anyways, I just wanted to blog, becasue it’s a shame if these colourful and perfectly scanned (thanks Carmencita Film Lab, once again) images were just lost on a hard drive.

I was so nervous to photograph this wedding! Solveig (the bride) is a fellow wedding and fashion photographer that I got to know after a workshop with the Norwegian Wedding Magazine in 2014. I was also incredibly happy to do it, as both Solveig and Kenneth (the groom) both knew exactly what they wanted with their wedding – to celebrate love with their closest family and friends, party all night long, in style. The perfect recipe for a perfect wedding!