Orsi and Michael, their lovely family, their cool friends, the food, drinks, dances, the horses, the sunset, the singing, the laughing, the love and the open-minded hungarian energy.
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Orsi & Michael
Ungern, 31 augisti 2013
Gardenia and Gustafs ﬁrst date was at the movies. They watched “Lost in Translation together”. So when Gustaf decided to propose, he arrange a trip to Japan, and managed the impossible. He made reservations at the Tokio Park Hyatt’s bar. The exact same location as in the movie set. Gardenia of course had no idea and was convinced they were going to meet a friend for a business dinner.
It took a while for her to understand that they were not waiting for anyone else. Even
after he asked her to marry her, she was still waiting for the guests to arrive!
This is the single most beautiful proposal I have ever heard of. The time, effort and
attention to details Gustaf was able to put into their engagement was just endearing. I
completely see why he did it though. Gardenia is the most special and tender person on earth.
This is what true love looks like. Lost in Translation, or not.
Gardenia & Gustaf
Stockholm, 18 augusti 2012
Foto: Sonia Jansson Photography
Text: Sonia Jansson
Plats: Villa Adolfsberg, Stockholm
Vigselförrättare: Christine Kramer
Ringar: Géodésique / Tokyo.
Bruden: Klänning uppsydd av väninna till brudens familj, skor från Valentino, hårsmycke + örhängen lån av brudens mor.
Brudgummen: Kostym uppsydd av George Fashions, vintagefluga från A Marchesan, guldklocka arv från farfar.
Hår, bukett och blomsterarrangemang: Madelin Downey, Downeys blomster och jazz
Make up: Karolina Olsson Haglund
Jazzband: Felix Unsöld Kvartett
Catering: Cous cous catering och event
Tårta: Dessert & Choklad Stockholm
Trycksaker: Brudparet och brudparets vän Eric Rodriguez