Real Weddings

Real Wedding Lake Maggiore - Italy
Posted by Duesudue on January 15th 2021

Lake Maggiore is a truly romantic and fantastic place to get married. It is probably one of the best places in Italy to get married. Lorenzo and Fabienne are a young couple, lovers of jazz, surfing and excellent cuisine. Their wedding reflected their passions! They get a lot of fun and all the the guestes seems very happy. Lake Maggiore Wedding  is a perfect ch...

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Posted by Roman Matejov Photography on January 15th 2021

Church wedding on the beach. Oh man, is there more? I think it's really cool to say yes under the open sky! Our island of Sylt is a fantastic place to get married in unusual places. A lighthouse or a ship are slowly becoming a standard, but not everyone has the courage to marry in church on the beach. First getting-ready in Severin * s in Keitum and then off to Wennigstedter Str...

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Selene+Fabiano - Merano, Italy - Luca+Marta Gallizio Photography
Posted by Gallizio Wedding Photography on December 16th 2020

Wet bride is lucky bride!! If this  Italian saying is true our two spouses will be very lucky !!! ☺️ The wedding of Selene and Fabiano was an exceptional wedding, full of emotion, fun and rain. We want to take this opportunity to tell you about the much feared rain during the wedding day. It is one of the biggest nightmares of brides but looking at their photo shoo...

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Backyard Wedding - Brittany And Stefano
Posted by Diego And Liza Photography on December 11th 2020

Backyard Wedding - Beeton, ON Like most couples getting married in 2020, Brittany and Stefano had a very different vision for what their wedding would look. They were planning a banquet hall wedding with hundreds of guests in attendance to celebrate their big day, but then the pandemic hit and plans had to change. While many couples chose to postpone their wedding, Brittany and S...

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Abandoned Barber Mill Engagement Photos - Jenn And Arvin
Posted by Diego And Liza Photography on December 10th 2020

Abandoned Barber Paper Mill Engagement Session Shooting at an abandoned location of some sorts has been on the bucket list for Diego and I for quite some time. There is just something so eery and fun at the same time about abandoned locations - maybe it’s all the colourful graffiti that often covers the walls of abandoned places, or the bursts of light that come through the...

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Rouge National Urban Park Engagement Photos - Christina And Travis
Posted by Diego And Liza Photography on December 7th 2020

Rouge National Urban Park Engagement Session One of the perks of being a wedding photographer is that you get to discover your own city and its surroundings. There are so many hidden gems around, so many parks and historic locations that we’d have never heard of if it weren’t for our awesome couples. Just last month, Christina and Travis introduced us to Rouge Nationa...

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Wes Anderson Inspired Pandemic Wedding
Posted by Ajem Stories : Fine-art Weddings on December 4th 2020

Marta and Maciek got married in September 2020 and due to Covid19 regulations and their health problems, they could not organize a typical wedding reception. They decided to have a regular ceremony at the church, but right after the wedding, go straight for a romantic walk and burgers. They could not greet and hug their guests, but they got a little surprise from them when they saw ...

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Socially Distanced Fort Erie Wedding - Jassica And Steven
Posted by Diego And Liza Photography on December 4th 2020

Socially Distanced Fort Erie Wedding Jassica and Steven are one of many couples who decided to postpone their wedding celebrations until next year because of the pandemic, but they were not ready to completely give up on their wedding plans for this year just yet. They decided to go a head and get married in a beautiful, albeit socially distanced, church ceremony in Fort Erie. Ja...

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How To Save The Hörnum-Ode?
Posted by Roman Matejov Photography on December 2nd 2020

When I had the idea for this title, the year was 2016. I didn't realize that there will be so many storms and winds that are so difficult to maintain on our island of Sylt. The Hörnum-Odde is part of the island in the south of the island. The storm surge in mid-November 2015 had devastating consequences for the Hörnum-Odde. There were serious demolitions over a short d...

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2020.10.10 Qingdao Duan
Posted by Leader on November 2nd 2020

It was a sunny day. Our protagonist set out from the hotel, drove his motorcycle and took his beloved to a lawn facing the sea and held a touching wedding ceremony.

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