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Weddings in Sweden new ad


This is the new ad for Weddings in Sweden. This really was difficult to do I wanted to show relaxed portraits, great photojournalistic reportage, emotion, with a touch of editorial fashion. Let me know what you think I would love some input. The text in lower case ian johnson photo does that work ? Or should it be Ian Johnson Foto for Sweden This ad will appear in Allt om Bröllop a great resourse for swedish brides.

Contact me at www.ianjohnsonphoto.com or www.stockholmweddings.se

some top tips from celebrity weddings

INSPIRED FAVORS
Most couples offer their guests a favor as a thank you for coming to their wedding. They usually consist of candy or something monogrammed, but you don’t fall into this clichéd trap! Look to Hollywood and embrace a more interesting way of showing your appreciation for your guests. If you are marrying into another culture, do what actress Anna Chlumsky (“My Girl”) did and give away something that’s representative of the culture. In her case it was chopsticks. Other suggestions include giving female guests colorful bangles for an Indian wedding or candy apples if you’re from New York. It doesn’t even have to be culturally-inspired. It could just represent what you and your future husband enjoy. If you are into 80’s rock, give your guests
a CD of your favorite tunes. Make your wedding favors personal, and it will be more meaningful.

LOOK TO NATURE
Apparently landscaping is the latest trend for wedding decorations. Instead of standard flowers for centerpieces, celebrity wedding planner Michele Rago says the new trends are bead-strewn crystal candelabras, potted herbs and even mushrooms. A landscaping theme might include, moss, pretty bowls or even something more rustic, like getting married on a ranch, as Jenna Bush recently did.

DANCE LIKE THE STARS
With the rash of reality shows that focus on dancing, i.e. “Dancing with the Stars”, it seems more people are taking their cue when it comes to their first dance together as husband and wife. If you want to make a serious impression at your reception (like singer Katherine McPhee did, complete with twirls and dips), then take your intended to a dance class and learn the waltz, fox trot, rumba or jive and dazzle your guests.