Sunday, June 28, 2009

Happy endings

Herr und frau Kampmeyer got married at the Museum of Ethnology in Hamburg on friday.
I have no pictures of the actual ceremony cause the room they got married in was too damn dark for pictures.
It would have been great though, since they did get married in an authentic maori hut.
No, really.

Sascha was a little nervous, but in a good way
His best man was a little tired and his hair was still wet
I felt a little weird about being all dressed up this early in the morning, but i got over that fast (i do like dressing up, you know)
My nails weren't perfect, but they matched the flowers and shoes
The car the bride arrived in
Seeing his future bride seemed to make all Saschas worries disappear
I'm sure you can see why, she looked lovely
The ceremony was long and in German, but i think it went well (my German isn't that great), this is taken right after we came out for some champagne in the lobby
Me and Allan getting ready for our close-up at Ankis parents house where the party was at, after picking up Lucifer at the apartment of course
Trying to strike an appropriate pose, failing
Lucifer was a good boy and chilled in his bag most of the time
Mmmm, dessert...
I can haz Panna cotta?
Ah, L'Amour!
We stayed at the house overnight, and had some yummy breakfast before heading back to the apartment
How cute is German porcelain?
Some of the neighbors kids came by to congratulate, and show us this awesome frog they'd caught

I don't go to many weddings, so i haven't got much to compare this one too, but i had a great time, and i think it was exactly the kind of wedding our friends had dreamed of; romantic and intimate, but with lots of friends and family there too.

Right now they are at a bed and breakfast somewhere in Germany , finally getting some much deserved alone time.
Have fun you guys, i think you're gonna like married life a lot!

7 comments:

  1. the outfit looks great!

    and such a cute frog :) xxx

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  2. SQUEE! Jeg elsker bryllupper! De er meget, meget søde (så fin en brudekjole). Var der nogle syrede tradtioner?

    I øvrigt er I da for cute på de der havebilleder.

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  3. Allan rocker det der suit endnu hårdere, end han rocker knæstrømper og short shorts (og den er hård at slå!). Og du valgte helt rigtig med kjolen! I er et smukt par! Ved I dog ikke, at man ikke må overskygge brudeparret?

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  4. WOW, what a magical looking wedding and the location sounds sooo cool :) Whats a museum of Ethnology? The maori hut sounds really interesting! The bride and groom just look simply stunning and the picture of them looking at each other makes me happy...so sweet! AND of course the best man looks charming as can be, as does his beautiful lady. I wish I got to attend more weddings...the ones with real personality infused into them are just so magical, like this one seems.

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  5. WOW, what a magical looking wedding and the location sounds sooo cool :) Whats a museum of Ethnology? The maori hut sounds really interesting! The bride and groom just look simply stunning and the picture of them looking at each other makes me happy...so sweet! AND of course the best man looks charming as can be, as does his beautiful lady. I wish I got to attend more weddings...the ones with real personality infused into them are just so magical, like this one seems.

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  6. The bride looks gorgeous. The whole wedding looks beautiful.

    The porcelain reminds me of my grandma.

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  7. It was pretty magical and they really did look beautiful together in their fancy white clothes!

    Og vi overskyggede dem på ingen måde, de var så fiiine (men tak)!

    Der var ikke rigtig nogen vildt anderledes traditioner...
    Lige bortset fra at en masse af Saschas kollegaer var med til ceremonien, og de kendte ikke engang Anki!
    Det synes jeg var mystisk, jeg havde nok holdt den del intim, og festen større, ikke omvendt.
    Og som en mad fan synes jeg der skulle ha' været flere snacks.
    Eller hot dogs....

    The museum of ethnology just has a bunch of different stuff and information from various cultures from all over the world.
    Like old huts, artifacts and descriptions of customs and rituals.
    i didn't get to look around much, but it looked cool!

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