The story of

Joanne & Marcus

and their wedding photography at Hotel Koldingfjord

After landing with my cameras at Billund airport I was met by the lovely Joanne and whisked back to Hotel Koldingfjord to start a wonderful three days of adventure for a destination wedding in Denmark. It was to be a very special time personally as well as professionally. Being a destination wedding photographer I share more than just one day with my couples which makes the photography so much more personal.


The wedding itself was on day three. On day one we shot off north to castle Rosenholm where Marcus had proposed to Joanne. It was a beautiful sunny day and after a very relaxed walk around the gorgeous gardens it seemed just like a day out with friends chatting and just enjoying time together. There was even a stop off on the Infinity Bridge on the way back before Marcus fell asleep on the way home – this pre wedding shoot lark can wear you out 😉

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.

The bride and groom can be seen in the window of Hotel Koldingfjord against the night sky

What they said…

Andy’s natural photography style and friendly nature are what drew us to him at a wedding fair just over 3 years ago. His pictures are stunning and I’m still in awe for how many beautiful pictures he took on our wedding day. It was the hottest day of the year and Andy didn’t stop. Not only that, he was on hand to offer advice and felt more like a guest. We can’t thank him enough and is 100% our number 1 choice of photographer.

With many thanks to…


Venue: Hotel Koldingfjord
Dress, Veil and Accessories: Elizabeth Louise Bridal
Dress: Morilee/Madeline Gardner
Hair and Makeup: Creative Colors by Christina
Shoes: Sophia Grace Couture/Badgley Mischka
Flowers: Fleurie
Pocket Watch: Greenwich Pocket Watch
Suits and Shoes: Groom formal/Cavani
Rings: Trust & Co
Favours: Etsy

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