The rest of that day and the next day was family time and capturing some beautifully natural moments between them. We had a mix of Persian, Danish and English families so it was very special to capture this time together. On day two I drove out with Marcus to visit his family hometown of Christiansfeld. We paid an emotional visit to the place where his grandmother was laid to rest, the old bakery where he used to work and then it was the supermarket on the way back to get 100lb of sweets for the sweet trolley. I did my bit to help!
The wedding had a ‘20s theme with a nod to Peaky Blinders. The family cultures brought together the most wonderful mix of traditions including a magnificent Persian Sofreh table representing the lives and future for two wonderful people. The day was no different in my approach to any wedding day; natural, relaxed and just anticipating those wonderful storytelling moments with a few choice portraits. I had shot a very special shot over the three days to mark what a wonderful story, and adventure, it was.