The stunning wedding of Anne & Lawrence who traveled over from Israel and the United Kingdom to have their destination wedding at the Chateau Liblice outside of Prague.
I have to be honest, the late evening light at this chateau is something every photographer dreams of. The long rolling fields that surround it make those last rays of sunlight seemingly make everything glow as the last rays fade into the twilight. Every wedding I have captured here has been absolutely stunning and in fact, this is one of my favorite Chateau’s.
When Anne reached out to me about her wedding I just knew these two were going to have a wonderful wedding day. On the day of I caught up with her and her very proud mother. These ladies were realyl sweet and as I was capturing Anne her mother asked me to capture some portraits of her. It turned in to a bit of a mini fashion session as these two ladies were having quite the laugh. When I walked over to visit with Lawrence he was a bit nervous but looked quite the dapper groom as he waited patiently.
What unfolded on that wonderful day was the joining of two wonderful people and their families and close friends. Everything was picture perfect from the small wedding details to the ceremonial hall but what really stood out, besides the fantastic dancing was how utterly in love these two are and how lovingly they caressed each other when we finally had a few moments alone in that wonderful light. This portrait was just one of those gorgeous moments shared between the two of them.
I am not sure how long it lasted but chances are their evening with their family & friends partying and dancing like mad wend very far into the summer nite.
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