I must admit that I am extremely jealous of any Switzerland wedding photographer and actually of any other photographer around the world that has always this mountains scenery as their backyard. I think the canton of Grisons, Graubuenden, has to be one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. Having this Swiss mountains as the backdrop with its first snows was a blessing.
I can’t even begin to tell you what this experience has meant to me. These two are quite spectacular, I mean really something special. Jasmin and Per, who got married not long ago, and whose wedding you can see here, have been together for many years, and it is so beautiful to see the devotion and respect that they have for each other. We spent a couple of days together in a cabin in the Swiss mountains, between walks at dawn, dinners full of wine, laughs, music and great conversations. When you’re the only other person with the couple, you become a very intimate part of this experience. By the end of the weekend when I left back to Berlin I felt sad with that feeling that you have when you know you are not going to see good friends for a while. On the other hand, I must say that I am so happy that I have found them, and I am pretty sure that we will keep this friendship despite the distance. I am documenting more and more weddings in Switzerland, so it will be always a pleasure to have the opportunity to visit them.
I feel incredibly honoured to be able to make a living from my passion in the photography, but I feel even more grateful about the people I get to meet on this journey.
..and what about not caring too much about your wedding dress, and live the experience to the full..
Music from Nils Frahm, get it here
gorgeous as always dani
Thank you very much Andrew ! hope to see you in Amsterdam !