Wedding photography is an extremely grateful industry but requires knowledge of the latest trends, perfectly matched light, a great sense of taste, and the ability to capture unforgettable moments in motion. The ability to adapt to the changing weather conditions during the session and the event's dynamics is also essential. And what if the photographer himself stands on the other side of the lens?
D: The three words that best describe you as the Bride...
M: An introvert who forgot to be an introvert that one day. Airy and happy to the limit.
D: What style was your wedding ceremony and wedding party designed in?
M: So far I can't describe it, it's a bit like a mix of boho, slow wedding and a lot of freedom inside.
D: Which Decolove accesory did you choose for your wedding outfit and why?
M: Well, you have to help me with the name; I don't remember! It has become my everlasting alternative to large, Slavic wreaths.
Editorial note: the ornament was made to order and was inspired by Phoebe's headband from the Friends series.
D: The most beautiful wedding memory...
M: The beginning of the wedding, when the guests sat down at the tables, and instead of eating something (finally) I was looking from the center of the room and I didn't believe that they were all there and it was happening. The second moment was the first dance - it was August, it was dark outside with navy blue storm clouds, and the vast rain and calm music created a 2-minute magical rapture
D: The most important advice for future brides...
M: If you surround yourself with people you love, the memory of that day will warm your heart for the rest of your life.
Session performed by: Pieczko&Pietras.