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Sun was shining and it was very plesant August day. It seamed that universe agreed with Zane’s and Rudolph’s plan of getting married that afternoon. I mean, why would he dissagree – they both set the new record of amount of kissing infront of my camera which is very impressive for Latvian weddings (we are sky people). 

They went on a ride in beautiful light blue car with windows rolled down, wind played in their hair and they just laughed about it. They played hide and seek in fields of corn, danced happily where ever they went and where overwhemed with emotions when the time for saying I DOs came. They kissed, cried, kissed again. They were happy – champagne was poured on blue candy floss, coctails tasted as sweet as summer evenings..and the party did not end until the morninglight. 

I hope you feel the same joy while scrolling through images as I do – their happiness is contageous! Cheers, dear Zane & Rudolph!

 

All the beautiful deco by lovely Layer cake Krista

Brides dress from  6. Septembris

Ceremony & party took place at Fon Stricka Villā

 

Iceland. Wind, rain, snow – all the elements that photographers may fear does seem to disappear somewhere in the background while capturing the beauty of this dream landscape.  This actually was not a real wedding but a two day long pre wedding photoshoot which I helped planning and organising – full of uuuuuhs and ahhhs from my side and shivering from couples side. Enjoy!

My dear childhood friend Anita got married last summer! The thing you most defiantly don’t know about me – I started my photography career together with this lovely lady! We even went to our very first wedding together 11 years ago. Im so grateful for her, I’m not sure where would I be without our teenage photography experience. But now – please look at those pictures of happiness! It was green and amazing, and also there are not many evening pictures because I had to start being a guest at some point, you know 🙂

Deco Feja
Flowers inbloom
Makeup Janina Sarkanabola
Party happened at Goldingen room