Real Wedding | Andreas & Sanna Part I

I have another ridiculously beautiful wedding to share. And again, there are so many stunning images that I had to divide it into two posts. So feast your eyes on part one of Andreas and Sanna’s incredible rustic wedding in the Swedish countryside, sent over by the lovely ladies at 2 Brides Photography. The bride and groom could be models they are so gorgeous, the details make you want to swoon, and the images are breathtaking. I’m so thrilled to share these.

From Sanna: Andreas and I wanted to make sure that the day felt personal to both us and our guests. We wanted everyone to be able to see us in every detail. I did my own hair and makeup to be sure not to look too much unlike my usual self. Many of the decorations and details were made by family, friends and ourselves and we involved our families to play crucial parts of the wedding day. My father did the readings in Church and my older brother held a very emotional speech to us during the wedding ceremony. My mother helped me arrange all the lovely flowers and our bridesmaids and groomsmen did an amazing job helping us with just about anything the days leading up to the wedding and of course, on the actual day. Without them we really would not have had such a personalised wedding!

Vendors

Dress: E-bay (Inspired by Watters Austin dress)                                                                                                Groom: Hired tuxedo from local store
Bridesmaid’s dresses: Warehouse, Banana Republic and Holly Willoughby
Earrings: Etsy (daniel12)
Bracelet: Etsy (TZTUDIO)
Shoes: InWear
Cufflinks: Etsy (classiccufflinks)
Groom’s wedding ring: Schalins Ringar
Engagement ring: H.S. Samuels
Bride’s wedding ring: Guldfynd
Ceremony: Almesåkra Church, Nässjö, Sweden
Reception: Norra Sandjö, Nässjö, Sweden
Food: Local caterers Smålandskalaset
Decorations:
- Banners: Etsy (funkyshique, 2PerfectionDecor, victorianstation)
- Drink Stirrers: Etsy (PurplePeonyCouture)
- Guestbook: Etsy (PeaceMealDesign)
- Vintage books, maps, candle holders, vases: Antique pieces from Sanna’s family

Come back tomorrow for part 2 – amazing vintage details at the reception, stunning portraits, and some songs that represent Sanna & Andreas! A huge thank you to 2 Brides Photography for sharing this gorgeous wedding with us!

Sarah {A Paper Proposal} - July 18, 2011 - 7:16 pm

WOW! Gorgeous bride, and she just looks SO happy in all of these amazing photos. Can’t wait to see the rest! ;)

Abby Grace Photography - July 18, 2011 - 7:20 pm

The photography is so beautiful! This definitely belongs in Bride Magazine. Lovely!

bree [capitol romance] - July 18, 2011 - 8:51 pm

omg this wedding is like a magazine spread – so insanely dreamy. what a gorgeous bride, and the photos are just so gorgeous! can’t wait for part 2 :)

Melina - July 18, 2011 - 11:38 pm

Wow is all I can say! Speechless! Love the cow pic, fave animal :-)

Jenna @ Heartcarry Press - July 19, 2011 - 1:28 am

Absolutely gorgeous! What a beautiful day, and these photos are amazing. Can’t wait to see part two!

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Mariah MacInnes - July 19, 2011 - 8:48 am

Underbara som alltid :)

Lena Larsson - July 19, 2011 - 9:03 am

Gotta loooove the wonderfully talented ladies at 2brides. Beautiful work as always…

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Kristen - July 20, 2011 - 3:54 am

Oh my goodness gorgeous! European countrysides are so stunning, and this wedding is so sweet! Love the shot of the back of her head in the car! Can’t wait to see part 2!

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Paul Raeburn - July 29, 2011 - 10:59 pm

Love all the details…and your post production is second to none. Yet another job well done 2Brides.

brideandjoy - August 1, 2011 - 5:02 pm

What a timeless and beautiful AND elegant wedding… love the car!

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