Our little family has been going through a summer marked by some great events.
It’ll come as no surprise to most of you, that many evenings and weekends have been occupied by wedding planning, and the making of the wedding gown as well as the bridesmaid dresses. Therefore it was a welcome break when we headed out to spend our first summer vacation on board our boat Anna – and then when we returned to Køge Marina we had two weeks to finish preparing for the wedding. It was a busy few weeks, but it was also the time when we most came to look forward to the wedding, and were able to relate to it much more than had been the case earlier in the year. A wedding is such a big event, and at least to me, it was hard to grasp until we were counting down the days by the use of two hands only.
When Mads first had proposed, one of my very good friends let me know that she would love to design my dress. So she has, and we have had so much fun making it. When all the details were pretty much decided, and the first versions sewn up in plain cotton, I went shopping for the fabric and other materials, and we spent a weekend together at her apartment, just cutting, sewing, adjusting, and having fun. We had the best time! I made the bridesmaid dresses, and my own clutch bag – I will put up a different post with patterns, fabric, and all that.
Besides this, I think I will let the photographs below speak. We had the most wonderful, loving day, and we so enjoyed having all of our friends and family around us to celebrate. Below is a small selection – you can find a larger selection of the professional photographs here.
Photos by Klaus Hoberg Markussen, foto24.dk