Whatever, but this is the hottest wedding in my life! At the end of the day there was a desire to jump into the pool in clothes and with all the equipment to cool off, but I restrained myself) This part of Piedmont is amazing! I spent several days in this nice and cozy village Monforte D'Alba on the top of the hill, managed to ride a bike around the neighborhood (I think this is a must if you are here), walked around the vineyards, visited a winery and, of course, photographed all this because it was kind of activity for guests. It seems to me that this is an excellent format for relaxing at a wedding for people who come from different parts of the world in order to stay together over the weekend.
First day of the wedding and Welcome dinner party in a Norwegian style before ceremony day.
I am very glad that sometimes I have the opportunity to work (relax) at such international weddings. This time it was a Norwegian-Mexican wedding that took place near the town of Larvik (south of Norway) somewhere in the middle of golf courses. I spent 3 days with very close friends and families of the couple.
Here you can see photos from the main wedding day (out of three) when the wedding ceremony took place. The beginning of the day was terrifying: it was raining and there was a strong wind, probably this is normal weather for Norway). I remember how we checked the hourly weather forecast and postponed the ceremony an hour later, because then the weather had to improve. And a miracle, the rain stopped going before the ceremony, and right at the end of it we saw the sun. It seems to me that I also remember this wedding by the fact that I went to rest with the last guests around 6 in the morning.
It was an amazing 3 days for me!
Small story from the welcome dinner in the Norwegian style, which took place the day before, can be seen here:
Brunch and a Mexican party the day after the wedding can be seen here: