Connie and Terry’s Norwegian wedding was held at Ramsbergstunnet, a banquet hall with incredible mountain views. Their day was laid back and relaxed and they really just wanted everyone to have a great time. They started the day with a humanist ceremony and concluded with an epic party, and open bar and old school tunes played on vinyl.
“Terry and Connie chose their venue as they lovely the views over the area, they both have a keen interest in nature and love travelling the world seeing the sites together”, wrote wedding photographer Sassy of Assassynation. “That’s also a big reason why they chose to have a humanist outdoor ceremony despite Bergen being an area prone to rain. But the weather held off and they managed to pull off their dream ceremony. During the ceremony they had a singer who performed a totally gorgeous version of Wild Horses by The Stones. It was a really moving moment.”
“They met at work when Connie was the new girl in the office and love blossomed from there”, she continued. “The big thing about their wedding was that they wanted it to be relaxed and fun as they had guests travelling from all over the world. I loved how the outgoing Irish contingent (Terry’s side) and the rather more reserved Norweigen family came together and really partied! By the end of the night everyone was on the dance floor like old friends. I also loved the way that they incorporated the Norweigen traditions. Every time the guests banged on the table they had to kiss… sometimes stood on chairs, sometimes under the table.”