Couple of month after their wedding in Heidelberg (see their story right here), Julie and Mathias came all the way down to Faak am See (Austria) to visit us for a stunning after Wedding Shoot. Not only did we have autumn like weather but we also got lucky with amazing snow near our home to bring a third season to their wedding images.
Truth to be told: It’s been freaking cold for all of us :) but the LOVE between these two sweet hearts help a lot to survive the windy weather.
Big thanks to Julie and Mathias for travelling all the way down to Carinthia and for the fun shoot. Hope to cross path soon!
Winterhochzeiten sind etwas ganz besonderes und so haben sich Jessica und Kevin im verschneiten Tirol das Ja-Wort gegeben. Internationale Hochzeit auf heimischen Boden. Authentisch und Klassisch sollte es werden. Im heutigen Interview lassen wir die Brautleute zu Wort kommen.
Danke euch beiden für die Hammer Zeit und alles Liebe für eure gemeinsame Zukunft. Hoffentlich bis bald mal wieder!
we hope you had a wonderful start into 2018 and you´re ready for a great new year. We are and we have plenty of freakin amazing shoots and weddings this year – it´s gonna be amazing!!
Last year we had some fantastic weddings too and we are way behind of blogging, but lets start 2018 with the lovely wedding of our sweet fellow photographer Andrea and her fun husband Peter from last summer. They tied the knot at home in South Tyrol and we enjoyed every second cover this beautiful event. We know Andrea already a couple of years and we were totally excited when she told us that she wants us to shoot their wedding. Wow, what a honor.
And it was even better than expected…what a cool bunch of people and such a breathtaking surrounding.
Short after the wonderful wedding of Eva and Daniel in Mallorca in 2015 we got an email from Isa and Franz about their wedding in 2017. Yes, that is about 1.5 years upfront for an event and it’s actually not too early to start planning.
Two weeks ago Catha and Eugen came down to Carinthia the whole way from Bielefeld. That’s a loooong trip with a one year old Baby, but for sure we had an amazing time together. We went to Lago di Fusine, a little lake between the mountains in Italy (20 min from our home) because both of them like water and mountains…so this was a perfect secret spot.
Early last year when we got the inquiry of J&K in our inbox saying that a Tyrolean girl wants to get married to a Californian guy (both living in New York) we knew: We definitely have to be part of this winter wedding dream. And humbled and luckily, we were there in January to capture this amazing day deep in the Alps. Continue Reading