I’d always choose you

My two dear friends Kristin and Filip got married in Stavanger, Norway earlier this spring and I had the privilege of capturing them saying yes and celebrating the day with their friends and family. I was pretty much the only non-Norwegian speaking person there so I didn’t understand much of the words but actions are often louder than words (duh), so this time round I got the idea by just observing people. My camera gave me the perfect excuse to do just that.

Although it was a super windy and rainy day, the crowd was beaming with excitement, love and gratitude. Filip made me cry during his speech (thanks for translating Astrid!) and said how our generation is so used to doubting everything, constantly looking out if something or someone better is coming along and is never really sure about anything. Then he looked at Kristin and said that he was always one hundred percent sure about his and their love and never doubted it for a second. Congrats you two, to a lifetime of saying yes and yes and yes. You’re beautiful. ❤

“And I’d choose you; in a hundred lifetimes,
in a hundred worlds, in any version of reality,
I’d find you and I’d choose you.”

(Kiersten White)