Katrine and Roy – a family affair
My usual routine after photographing a wedding is to download all the photos, pick out my favourites and upload a blog with some of my favourites from the day. A little taster of the wedding story, something which the newly weds can share with their friends and family straight away while they wait for the rest of the photos.
On this occasion however, I came home, checked on the kids, started uploading and promptly fell asleep! It had been a long, exciting day. Then was up again at 6am with the kids yesterday. So sorry, Katrine and Roy, you have had to wait longer than usual for this blog, but as the proud parents of three boisterous young boys, I’m hoping you will sympathise!
The priest made a really nice point during the ceremony about how these days it is often a ‘family who gets married’. I love this concept – five people who have made a life together, build a house, made a home and are now making the final step. It was my privilege to be with them at every stage of the day, including visiting Roy and the boys at their family home in Tyholt. It had been an incredible evening the night before, but typically the heavens opened on the morning of the wedding. However, by the time the ceremony begun it had dried up and it was actually a beautifully fresh day.
I also visited Katrine while she was getting ready at COMA hair salon. And then after the cermony I joined them for the evening at Kvilhaugen Gård. It was a relatively small intimate affair, but there was a lot of heart. And how wonderful was it to have all the guests around one long table? It felt like I was granted access to a very special, close-knit group. Thank you for inviting me to take your photos Katrine and Roy, and may you have the most perfect of married lives together x
Here is a sneak preview of some of the portrait session:
and a slice of the fun from later on: