Kristinestad bröllopsfotograf häät valokuvaaja Kilen Sidepyy Kristiinankaupunki
Planning a wedding can if you want to tick all the traditional boxes feel like squeezing yourself into a cookie cutter. Planning a personalized wedding can feel equally daunting though, with limitless Pinterest inspiration urging you to create everything from scratch. A personal wedding doesn’t have to mean spending hours and hours doing crafts you don’t particularly enjoy though. It can simply mean filling your day with what is important to you. This is something Sandra and Victor did for their wedding in Kristinestad.
They started with choosing a date that meant something to them. The day they married was the anniversary of Sandra’s parents wedding day, which meant even more since Sandra’s mother is no longer with them. Memories of her were scattered all over their celebration, from the wild flowers picked in her garden and her old shoes that Sandra wore. The eclectic style only made their celebration more joyous and the Tanzanian fabrics they brought with them from home were just the icing on the cake.
Who cares if it rains when you have all this. Especially since it’s your day and you can simply wait for the rain to stop. With a little bit of patience Sandra and Victor got their outdoor ceremony just as planned. In the courtyard of the museum Sandra’s grandmother had founded, they said their vows and a short walk to reception space they enjoyed a wonderful night with rainclouds making a perfect backdrop.
When family and friends already have travelled from all over the world to take part of your joy, you know they’ll be only be cheering you on come rain or shine.