A few days ago I posted about my recent wedding to the love of my life, Linnéa, who I met through this very blog on opposite sides of the world so many moons ago. In that post I explained roughly how we created our wedding and used a few photos from our phones to help show snippets of the day.
However, before we even got married, we shot off into a beautiful Swedish forest to take some professional photos of us in our wedding gear. We were extremely lucky as we managed to get the perfect photographer – Jessica Silversaga, a blogger and photographer from Stockholm with some seriously amazing style! Linnéa had been following her for years online so this was really a dream come true for her, and, as I would soon discover, for me too.
I’m going to just show a few of my favourite photos from that session, but if you want to see more photos from this shoot head to her blog here and while you’re there check out her other posts – she really is incredible! I’m not going to say much more, because these pictures say a lot more than any words ever could. So just enjoy!
What do you think? Are we lucky or what?!
Hi all! Sorry about the silence for the last week or two while I settle down in my new home of Sweden. It’s been a hectic few days trying to get things sorted, and I still have a lot to do, but I am very happy being reunited with my partner at long last and the country is beautiful.
I thought I’d keep it brief and just post a few photos from our first weekend together last weekend, including a barbeque out in a snowy forest (which, for somebody who hasn’t seen snow for over 16 years, was pretty amazing).
Reunited at last!
I was stunned by how straight and tall the trees are in this place – it was really quite a sight.
The barbeque itself. This was something I would not have ever thought possible in Australia. The fire was nice and warm but the smoke kept getting in my eyes forcing me to play a game of musical chairs.
This area of Sweden was hit with a pretty ferocious storm some months back, and there were hundreds of trees that had been snapped and blown down like these few here.
I don’t think I was going to be crossing this bridge across the creek.
There was something almost magical about the water flowing over snowy rocks.
That’s it for now. I do have more photos, but they’ll come in a later post a little down the track. I’ll also write a more wordy post soon in which I’ll discuss the highs and lows of my adventure so far.
Until then, Hej då!