We traveled to Czech Republic to shoot the wedding of Michaela and Vladimir. The wedding took place in one of the Czech’s most famous castles Karlštejn, located in countryside near Prague, which was built in 14th century and where coronation jewels of Czech kings were stored. You can learn more about history of the castle here
This wedding was fun mainly because of the couple being the most lovely people we know. The wedding party were very relaxed bunch of people too who to our surprise managed to get changed to casual clothes before we could do any of the formal group photographs. Including the groom’s grandparents every one wore casual T-shirts and shorts straight after the wedding breakfast! But it is honest to say that the temperature was well above 30 degrees Celsius so no wonder every one felt more relaxed in casual clothes in a garden party setting which Restaurant “Pod dračí skálou” provided.
There was an excellent music and a caricaturist drawing portraits to keep guests entertained. Children would not leave a swing unoccupied for a very long time and adults enjoyed themselves in a bar and there was plenty of dancing. In short a wedding as it should be.