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"
As Jane and Kasper stood face to face gazing into each other’s eyes, tears of joy streamed down Jane’s face, and little pearls of water were welling up in the inner corners of Kasper’s eyes as well. They sat down across from each other and with the air thick with the anticipation of their guests the priest with her words of loving affirmation broke the silence, and the ceremony began.
Jane spent the night before the wedding at her childhood home with her parents. An idyllic farmhouse in the midst of fields and forest. The morning of the wedding Kasper came and visited with their baby daughter, Karen. They shared a few moments together in the company of each other as a family of three before Kasper took off again to begin getting ready for the ceremony. However, he didn’t leave without leaving Jane a gift of beautiful jewelry for her to wear on her big day. I arrived when Jane was getting her makeup and hair done, and it was so sweet to see and feel how already then the anticipation, excitement and slight nervousness was building. I was able to capture a few details before leaving for the church – including the beautiful gift from Kasper – and her long, ruched, lace dress!
It was a beautiful ceremony filled with love, and it was so special to see how many people had showed up to celebrate with the happy couple – the church was filled to the brim! This also led to one of the longest ceremony exit lines I have ever witnessed, and as the newly wed couple walked outside after the ceremony, they had to brave a long line of joyful-and-passionate-rice-throwing- friends and family! 🙂
After the ceremony we returned to Jane’s childhood home to take Jane and Kasper’s bridal portraits. Jane looked absolutely stunning and I loved Kasper’s green suit! I also thought it was so special to be able to take their portraits in a location that held so much meaning to them- especially to Jane. These grounds had gone from serving as the playground for Jane as a child, to the ground beneath her and her husband as they took their bridal portraits- so special! When I met Jane and Kasper at their engagement photoshoot I had so much fun with them, and they are such a beautiful, kind and lighthearted couple. On their wedding day I got to see even more of who they are – deeply loving and heartfelt people as well as lighthearted and fun.
Jane og Kasper, tillykke til jer!