Elopement

Bohemian elopement in secret Bali

Bohemian elopement in secret Bali

Secret Bali is magical. Even during the monsoon when the rain falls like waterfalls, washing clean the giant leaves of the jungle plants, drumming on the bamboo rooftops, down the sacred temple walls and through the large stretches of rice terraces. The smiling faces of the Balinese people will make you feel more than welcome on their blissful island and their connection to nature, wildlife and protecting the ecosystems are an inspiration for us all.

Secret garden elopement in Cordoba

Secret garden elopement in Cordoba

For most visiting the city of Cordoba, what lies behind the rustic doors in the tiny streets couldn't even be imagined.  Hundreds of  secret gardens, full of overgrown flower pots, vines growing up the walls, the sounds of running water and the sweet smell of orange blossom and jasmine lingering in the air. 

Indie wedding in the mountains

Indie wedding in the mountains

A shiver runs down my spine as I remember the weekend we spent in the mountains in southern Spain with Ivan and Angela.  The unique and intense love they share pours out of every image and still gives me butterflies.

Indian bohemian oasis

Indian bohemian oasis

In the southern most point of Spain, rests a secluded eco retreat.  An oasis, surrounded by towering palm trees and breathtaking views over Malaga, where this boho-indian elopement inspiration took place.

Indie elopement in Iceland

Indie elopement in Iceland

This month we went to Iceland.  And this is what happened.

Mauro and Michele, a couple. In a little village on the coast. A blue chapel. A hand embroidered dress. A crown of flowers. Owl and brown rabbit. Moody tones. Inspired from a painting I saw.

Autumn Wood - an original folk love story

Autumn Wood - an original folk love story

Miguel and Fiona didn’t need any witness’s.  Only each other…

This intimate wedding portrays a strong bond held between two people.  The dense woodland, towering pine trees and remote mountainous backdrop suggests a feeling of solitude; even if Miguel and Fiona were the only two souls left in the world it wouldn’t matter.