Category archives: Weddings

Cheese and wine.A French-Hungarian wedding.

I promised that I would soon continue the love story of Krisztina and Etienne. I mentioned when we were in Orleans they were introduced to and offered the best French wines. Now it was up to us because the wedding was held in Debrecen. The creative photos were designed at the Degenfeld Castle in Tarcal, which proved to be both elegant and wine-friendly. It was not easy to bring the French and Hungarian traditions and customs into line, but I think it was a great deal. Their 2 children, 4-year-old Floran and 18-month-old Leila, were happy to share the joy of their parents 🙂 We wish them much happiness!

Engagement session in Orleans

Somehow, in the course of our work, fate always brings us together with special people and situations. We do not have to be afraid of the spirit of monotony, because each “job” is different… getting to know people, their ways of life and capturing their happiest, most exciting moments is a gift to us.

Krisztina and Etienne live in Orleans. First time they visited in my studio with theirs youngest child, Floran. It all started there. Since then I have been able to photograph them twice a year. There was a lot of topic… Krisztina became pregnant, and with the birth of Leila baby, they decided to have get married. The wedding was planned in Krisztina’s hometown, but Etienne insisted on getting a wedding photo near Paris, which became Orleans. We would like to share these pictures with you. We spent several days with them and are grateful for their hospitality. Presenting French gastronomy was Etienne’s mission. Real champagne, fine wines and fantastic food. Well done, we fell in love with a little slice of France we could get to know. We are looking forward to recording some weddings in France in the future!

Another rainy day in Tuscany..

We were looking forward to finally sharing with you another Tuscan beauty. This spring, an invitation came from Elena, a local wedding organizer, to photograph a wedding venue she had recently discovered. We were thrilled with the trip and were not disappointed again.

Villa Oliva is on the edge of Lucca. It is a pristine place of unspoiled, unexploited elegance. Built in the mid-1500s, it features Renaissance architecture. It consists of several buildings and a huge park. Although the weather was not very gracious for us that day, it was a rainy week, but it still did not disappoint us. Thanks and thanks! We look forward to working with them in the coming season and years!

Thanks for everything Elena!

Vendors:

Venue: Villa Oliva

Calligrapher: The fanatic calligrapher

Flowers: Rebel Rebel

Mise : Richard Ginori

Make up: Rajan Tolomei

Hair: Ela Cares

Dresses: Ateliere Eme

Shoes: Bella Belle

Bijoux : Cinzia Esse

Model : Chia Paquini

Wedding Planner: Luccaorganizza

Baptism in Funchal

We meet with Lisa and Ivo at a wedding in Faro. Both of them live on Madeira Island, where we spend the winter months so we have a friendly relationship between us immediately . A few weeks ago, they decided to invite us to the baptism of their first child. According to him, only a temple ceremony will be made, and a little bit of a drink-eat is a light, cheerful day.

When we arrived at the temple we felt that it would not be a domestic baptism. There were a lot of invited guests at the church’s huge and very warm. We were feeling like a wedding so we managed to take the ceremony perfectly. The party’s venue just confirmed that this is a real wedding atmosphere. It was a wonderful decoration, fantastic food and even an opening dance with the baby. We loved! We have loved Madeira so far, but after that we are sure to spend our retired years here 🙂

Wonderful memories

This wedding was a long time ago but we still love it. We love the elegance, simplicity, the dress, the invitation, the cake, the whole perfect day. I hope this magic has inspired you to create a similar miracle.