Intimate Intercultural Outdoor Wedding At Skärholmens Gård
There is something about intercultural weddings that evoke an array of emotions! The very thought about the blending of faith is amazing and something unique. When one talks about a wedding, photography comes in as something complementary. It is about two families coming together as one and two people who are celebrating their union and starting a life together. Photographing any wedding is an honor and a huge responsibility because we are bound to capture the cherished moments of this day, most honestly and beautifully.
Outdoor Weddings and Wedding Photography
I loved photographing Julia and Duraid’s wedding. Like REALLY loved it. The groom arrived a little before the rest to finish the last touches on the decor and to hand the bouquet to his bride. Both Julia and Duraid was emotional, and the first look when they saw each other on the porch will forever stay in my mind. We went for a stroll in the nearby forest and down to the sea. I’ve never been to this part of Stockholm, which may seem odd, but I’m now lucky I’ve been. Skärholmens Gård, the wedding venue, is a quaint, beautiful little place with a lush garden located steps from the water. You can drive here or arrive by boat. It’s an amazing place I’m glad to have discovered thanks to my clients.
The families and guests arrived a little after 3 in the afternoon, and the outdoor wedding ceremony took place out in the garden. It was a mix of Jewish and Persian traditions, mixing two cultures, heritage and beliefs. The bride is from Israel and the groom from Morocco. I cried. It was very emotional, and there was a buzz of love in the air. I can’t thank Julia and Duraid enough for inviting me to photograph their day.
Mazel Tov, Isabelle