As wonderful as it is travelling around the world with this job there is something magical about shooting a wedding in your home town, and specially when your home town is a city like Berlin.
I came a bit exhausted from the wonderful 4 days wedding in Egypt under lot of sun and 35°C from Gabriela and Adam. But I have been waiting the whole year to this wedding and I was really excited. Since we met for the first time, I had a very good feeling about them and I knew it was going to be something special.

They wanted to celebrate their day in a intime way and with style, and for that there is no better place in Berlin than celebrating your wedding in Soho House Berlin.
This exclusive members’ Club and Hotel is located in a historic building in the heart of Berlin. It was first opened in 1929 as a deparament store.
While its remarkable facade still remains unchanged throughout the years, its Use has changed drastically. The Building was used as headquarters for Hitlerjugend, during the Nazi times. Years later it became a communist sanctuary during the times of East Germany, with even big posters of Stalin in the facade.

Always respectful, always polite, always elegant in manners and style… Samantha, Christian, thank you for your trust, so happy to have documented this for you.

Enjoy their story.

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