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Stockholm Weddings tips for new brides and grooms moving to sweden

Like many of my couples having their weddings in sweden , either the bride of groom is from overseas. I myself have been here ten years now married to my swede . Here is a comic insight to what you might expect when you move here, Jon Stewart from “The Daily Show” the COMEDY CHANNEL gives an insight to Sweden. If you make it to the end of the clip you will be happy to hear that your wedding photographer in Stockholm is not becoming a bearded gnome.

preview Wedding Day

Here is the preview of Wedding Day, finally everyone can see something that I have been telling you about. So dont forget Swedish brides in the USA put June 16th in your calender. There is a good swedish connection on the show emmy winning cameraman Per Larsson, Robyn Samuals and myself a wedding photographer based in Stockholm Sweden … for now.

stockholm weddings new for Allt om Bröllop

Stockholm weddings have a new looking ad in the new Allt om Bröllop. For the first time I considered using the words bröllop, bröllopsfotografer, foto, but I opted not to. I wanted to show a modern, lively fun look in the photos. I have always used the name Stockholm weddings, often Im asked would I travel to Gothenburg or Goteberg for a bride getting married there. But the truth is I travel everywhere destination weddings in sweden are popular. The fact is swedish couples are choosing oversea’s weddings a lot more .. so have the days of a pingst or midsummer weddings gone.

Allt om Bröllop Bröllopsfotografer Ian Johnson

Allt om Bröllop Bröllopsfotografer Ian Johnson

perfect wedding gift | a wedding robot

The perfect wedding gift a wedding robot  and guess what their website says ‘ The Wedding Robot can be custom-made to look like a family member.’  Wow do I want to photograph one of these for all Stockholm brides getting married in Sweden please ask for the Stockholm Wedding robot discount.  I may buy one as a wedding photographer in stockholm and have a nikon wrapped around its neck. This has shades of Cabbage Patch and Chucky going for it. LittleIsland’s Wedding Robot,

credit littleland

credit littleland

mainly supposed to be used in place of a welcome aboard at weddings, just gives me the spooks since the choice of a bridal costume calls to mind the jilted and tragic Miss Haversham in Charles Dickens’ “Great Expectations.”

Nor do you need a scorned bride to spill secrets. This custom-made bot ( $2,500) will apparently respond to voices and, according to the site literature, freely share secrets of the groom to liven up the party. And don’t think you’re safe because it’s in Japanese. LittleIsland states it’s developing an English database for its bot in white. Pray this bride doesn’t start doing karaoke in its next iteration.

Children at weddings Yes or No

Children at weddings Yes or No, I vote yes. I call them the angels of the day. These are a few of my faves from last years weddings where children are allowed at weddings

Angels of the day

Angels of the day

A couple are complaining to the Church of England after their noisy toddler was ordered out of their wedding. But more and more couples are banning children altogether… risking the wrath of family and friends as they do.
All brides want their wedding day to be perfect – no rain, no family rows and no spots.
But what about noisy kids? While some believe youngsters add to the happiness of the occasion, others envision wedding vows drowned out by screams.
A vicar took a dim view of a toddler at a wedding service ordered his removal from the church. But it wasn’t any old toddler, he was the son of the bride and groom, who have complained to the Church of England.
One of the first dilemmas that bridal couples must grapple with is the guest list and invariably the “kids or no kids” question has to be answered.
We do more than 200 weddings a year and the last seven were all saying ‘no children’
Barry Long has been a wedding planner since 1974 and he says it wasn’t much of an issue until about 10 years ago. Now he estimates about half of weddings stipulate that children are not allowed.
“It’s definitely become more prevalent. We do more than 200 weddings a year and the last seven were all saying ‘no children’. I think it’s because children are more disruptive than they used to be and brides are worried they will ruin their day.”
The increasing use of video means that a potentially screaming child is viewed very differently now, he says, but it can cause problems. Close family members may stay away out of protest and some guests react badly when they leave their children at home but see other youngsters there.
“It can get really bad and ruin the whole day and that’s why I say to brides ‘if you’re going to do it, do it for everyone’.”