I'm Jeanette, a photographer, a multicultural millennial, and a perfectionist trying to learn the joy of embracing average, while still dreaming big! On my blog I share all of my latest photoshoots, as well as my thoughts and musings on life and all of the ups and downs that that entails! Grab a cup of tea, a fluffy blanket, and cozy up with some of my blog posts!
"TO FIND THE BEST IN OTHERS. TO LEAVE THE WORLD A BIT BETTER . . . THIS IS TO HAVE SUCCEEDED"
Tine and Mads looked at each other while softly wiping away the tears that were streaming down both of their cheeks. The looks on both of their faces were ones of pure love and gratitude. For each other, and for their friends and family surrounding them.
Less than 24 hours before Tine and Mads’ wedding day, the Danish government adjusted the covid-19 regulations with immediate effect, causing Tine and Mads to have to re-arrange, re-schedule, and re-think large portions of their day! However, thanks to the incredible help of their friends and family, their wedding day in no way ended up a “corona wedding.”
This was a wedding that truly proved the strength that is found in pure love. Because, when pure love exists, anything is possible – even changing around an entire wedding day less than a 24 hours in advance! Their day was magical, the air was thick with love, and the sounds of laughter rung through the air the entire evening.
Tine and Mads’ wedding was held at Ditlevsdal Bison Farm, a rustic and cozy location on the island of Fyn. In the morning the rising sun lit up the bisons walking around in the fog, peacefully grazing on the surrounding fields. It was in these idyllic surroundings that both the bride and groom got ready – each in their own wooden cottage.
The church ceremony was beautiful and intimate. As a baby, Mads was baptized in this same church, as a teenager he was confirmed into the church, and now as an adult he stood side-by-side with the love of his wife, speaking his resounding “yes.”
After the church we returned to Ditlevsdal where the reception and dinner took place. The room was rustic, but long cascades of tulle and lights added a romantic and soft flair! Long floral garlands, candles and floral menus enhanced the look further, and the room was the perfect framing for the dinner, the speeches, and at the end of the night, the romantic first dance!