Wedding photographer in Stockholm

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Wedding in Sweden

Marina and Emanuel got married in Täby Church and had their reception at Nygård Inn (Swedish: värdshus) in Täby, north of Stockholm city center in Sweden. I had the pleasure to be their wedding photographer. Above, you see a picture when the guests are blowing soap bubbles when the wedding couple comes out from the church.

Place: Täby church and Nygårds Inn (värdshus) Date: 27th Augusti 2016

<Contact portrait and wedding photographer John Hellstrom via email: john(at)hellstrom.com or mobile phone: 0046-(0)733-668600>

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May I kiss my wife now?

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A walk along lake Vallentuna

About Täby church, Death plays chess, and Ingmar Bergman

Täby Church (Swedish: Täby kyrka) is an old medieval church just north of Stockholm center. The church is best known for its painted walls and ceilings by Albertus Pictor. Wikipedia about Täby Church: "The church was built during the second half of the 13th century. It was first constructed as a square hall church. In the mid-14th century a vestry was added and about 100 years later the church porch was built. During the second half of the 15th century, the flat wooden ceiling was replaced by a vaulted ceiling. The altarpiece dates from the 1470s. A runestone is immured in the church porch. The church is best known as one of the churches with mural paintings by Albertus Pictor (died 1511). The ceiling frescos are from the 1480s and, unlike many of his other works, were never whitewashed over. They include a picture of a man playing chess with Death, a motif that inspired Ingmar Bergman to a famous scene in the movie The Seventh Seal. The motif is very unusual, known only from one other source."

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The painting Chess with Death inside Taby church

Questions and answers with the bridal couple

Q: How did you meet? S: At Cliff Barns bar in Stockholm the 16th May 2014.

Q: How did you decide to get married? S: Emanuel proposed in Paris last autum.

F: Something about your wedding day? S: The whole day was magical. We are so happy to share this with our fantastic friends and family.

Details and vendors

Wedding dress: Bespoke by Matildas fest

Costume: Wilvorst

The bride's engagement ring: Stephen Foster

The bride's wedding ring: Rivoir

The groom's ring: Schalins

Flowers: Flower Republic i Liljeholmsgallerian

Hair: Heléne Eriksson

Make-up: Karolina Forsslund

Cake: Nygårds värdshus/Skänkstugans

Wedding trip: Lake Como, wine area outside Verona, and Venice in Italy

Wedding album / photo book: Design by John Hellstrom

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All the wedding guests outside Nygårds Inn in Täby

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Wind blowing on the ground and sun warming their backs

Congratulations, John

Images by wedding and portrait photographer John Hellstrom from Stockholm, Sweden. Contact John here.