The day started like a Hollywood movie. It was this kind of a day which starts with disaster but you know it will be have a happy ending.
When I was about to meet the bride, my phone rang and Pavlína told me. “I do not want to freak you out, but my mom and my wedding dress are stuck in an elevator and we are waiting for firemen to cut them out.” The only thought which appeared in my mind at that time was – What the hell is going on? I admired her calmness. I can’t imagine myself in the same situation. Thanks to the firemen they freed them soon and the ceremony was only a few minutes late.

Pavlína and Jakub chose to get married at a church of St. Tomas, which happens to be a  place in the middle of a busy touristic part of town. Fortunately the complex also has a monastery and is big enough to keep wedding guests away from a modern world outside. The church is just around the corner from famous Charles bridge and secret gardens. All Perfect places to take wedding pictures. I wished for a sunny weather for that day but no, we were not lucky with weather. So from a cold church ceremony, we went out into a typical February afternoon and I tried to keep the bride and groom warm with walking and cuddling each other. Anyway, thumbs up guys, you both were awesome.

The reception place was Art & Event gallery on the rooftop of the Černá labuť shopping center. With a great view to Prague rooftops. Very nice place for a small company to celebrate a wedding. I Wish we had more like this in Prague!

Florist: Green GardenDress designer: White Day

Catering Name:Prague Catering

Makeup artist: Eva Vakešová
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It is not very common for a wedding season to start in January, however, this year seems to be a bit different from the others. I traveled to Amsterdam to capture amazing winter wedding of Claudia and Brendan already in the first week of January 2017. They both currently live in New York City but decided to get married in Claudia’s hometown which happens to be Amsterdam.

So the date was set to 6th of January and the venue was Stork restaurant, a former dock on the Eye river with a view to the main canal of Amsterdam. And gosh, the venue is so great! I wish we had something like this in Prague… Their wedding planner of the event was Vivian from http://www.hetbruidsmeisje.nl/ and she did a great job again. She transformed the industrial place into three sections – the ceremony place, dining room, and a dance floor. And the setting was breathtaking. True winter romance.

The couple pictures were taken in a Rijks museum garden and area around Museumplein, Amsterdam. And we accidently broke a rule, because we didn’t notice the garden was closed. But thanks to friendly security guys who let us take few pictures we have a completely empty background which is a rare thing in the busy capital of the Netherlands.
And by the way… Claudia is a brave girl, imagine, she was wearing only her dress in that cold January weather. And I would love to thank her for that.
Let’s take a look together to the wedding opening year 2017.

wedding venue: Stork Amsterdam

wedding planner: Vivian from Het Bruidsmeisje

florist: Don Florito

dress: Rembo Styling

MUA: The Beautiful Bride Company – Debbie Brakhoven

Videographer: Wed Works  check out the video: Claudia & Brendan video

Cake: Sugar lips cakes

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First surprise proposal of 2017 taken for Flytographer.com on Monday, January the 2nd. With an amazing view of all Prague bridges.

Daniel was born in Prague so he wanted to propose love of his life in there. And he couldn´t choose a better place….Letná is a magical place in every season, but the snowflakes made it even more romantic.

snowy surprise proposal prague

snowy surprise proposal prague

snowy surprise proposal prague

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