23 Jun 2016

"Clear blue sky. Fresh mild air and..."

Clear blue sky. Fresh mild air and the birds are singing. Spring had come and Pauliine and Carlos came from Spain to Estonia to celebrate their love. When I was driving to Vihula Manor then suddenly I got a call from the bride who said that that the groom has been in a car accident. The car was wrecked but Carlos was fine. So that didn't stop the wedding day and everything turned out well. Next to the light blue sea in the chapel of Vainupea their family and friends gathered to witness the moment when the bride and groom say "yes" or "" to each other. As they said it they also promised to love each other for the rest of their lives.

The party got started. When many happy children and grown-ups were dancing we sneaked out and went to the beach. Carlos and Pauliine walked on the soft sand and watched how the sun slowly hid behind the sea. The first day of their marriage was ending but all the rest were only beginning.

 

Photography: Valdur Rosenvald | Rosenvald Photography

Pastor: Tauno Toompuu

Host: Jorge Hinojosa

Bride's make-up: Eedeni Aed

Bride's hair: Eedeni Aed

Band: Päike.re.satas

Cake: Heidi Park Kondiiter

Flowers: Piret Voogre lilled

Bride's scarf: Kaja Tenso

 

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