Otar and Misha’s elopement in Copenhagen is quite special. It evokes deep emotions in me. I’ve always wanted to make clear that My Love for Weddings is a space for everybody, for all kinds of couples. For real people! So, before launching the blog, I asked the photographer Amanda Thomsen if I could feature the […]
Today is “Through back Thursday” and I am going to have an exception here. I will show you the video of a wedding between two people from the same country: Denmark. I will do that for two main reasons. First, today Elizabeth and Thomas celebrate their 4th wedding anniversary! And I would like to congratulate […]
My favorite thing in this world is to tell love stories that empower couples from around the world to celebrate their wedding the way they desire. After such a long break, there is a special taste to get back to work on a day like this. Today is the first of September! Coincidence or not, it […]
I was explaining to my friend Elena that I am writing a blog that shares the love stories of couples with different nationalities, cultures and religious backgrounds. She immediately reminded of a wedding she had been to, where the bride was Danish and the groom Israeli and how their ceremony, blending Jewish and Danish traditions had […]
I simply do not know how to start telling about my own wedding. Every word I think of using sounds like a cliché, a platitude. However, all the platitudes could be repeated and yet they would feel to me as if they were being told for the first time. It was winter in gloomy Denmark, and […]
The crown prince Frederik of Denmark and his stylish princess Marie celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary today. The wedding ceremony was held in the Copenhagen Cathedral followed by the wedding festivities at the Fredensborg Palace. Mary’s sisters and one of her friends served as bridesmaids, while Frederik’s brother Prince Joachim of Denmark was the best […]
If you found this blog and are reading it, it is probably because you decided to get married. Congratulations on saying yes. Golden congrats if you were the one who proposed – it takes a lot of courage to do that. Diamond congrats if you are a woman who proposed to your man, it takes triple courage to challenge the gender stereotypes. If you are a same sex couple and will get married, my platinum congrats and respect, you’re the bravest among us!