Anders is an independent architect with a passion for 1950’s architecture. His favourite projects is renovating houses, where he can create functional spaces for modern living with respect for the original architecture. Anne, is a Global HR Partner with Maersk Line, with a passion for cooking and casual entertaining.
This lovely couple dreamed of an informal and intimate day with all the people they love. They wanted to find something that was close to the forest and Lyngby Hostel gave them the setting they were hoping for and this intimate wedding in Denmark was captured beautifully by Camilla Jorvad Photography
I’m the type of person who has a lot of ideas – and Anders is the perfect partner for making them come true.
Anders proposed on Friday, October 10. When I was getting ready to go for work, Anders told me that I should forget about the shirt and put on something more casual, as he had arranged for me to have the day off. He then took me for a trip around Denmark, showing me all the places where he grew up. I suspected nothing, as we had talked about making such a trip. The trip ended at Blaavands Huk, the western most point of DK. It had been raining all day, but as we walked down to the beach, the sun came through. Anders proposed with the most beautiful cabox ring from Marianne Doulong – the same color as the beach, sea and sky. He had booked a suite at Henne Kirkeby Kro, so we drove there and spend the evening enjoying wonderful food and brainstorming over the wedding. A wonderful conversation of ideas building on top of eachother into one great dream. – Anne
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Wedding Reception: Sorgenfri kirke and their Paradis sal,
Venue: Lyngby Vandrehjem,
Wedding Cakes: Aroma
Photography: Camilla Jorvad Photography
Beauty treatments: Amazing Space
Wedding Dress: Bride Fashion
Grooms outfit: David K
Wedding rings: Rebeka Notkin
Make-up: Marlene Sofia