Marthe and Fredrik were married in October on a farm in Horten, Norway. They used their favourite season as inspiration, with Autumnal touches throughout. “Our wedding was warm, intimate and down to earth”, wrote the newlyweds. “We both wanted the day to be low key and we didn’t want to have too many people there. We just invited our closest family and friends which ended up being just 35 guests in total. This made the atmosphere really intimate, especially during the ceremony. There was so much love, laughter, and joy.”
Their biggest expense was the food, because they wanted it to be really special. However they saved money by making their own stationery and arranging the flowers. One of their bridesmaids made their cake as a gift and they brought their own alcohol to the venue. Finally, Marthe made her own bouquet and headpiece which not only made them unique but cheaper too.
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.”