With this post, I will make an exception by writing it in English. As I lived in New Zealand for a long time my English is quite all right – when I speak, not when I write! But to be completely honest my German spelling is just as bad as my English one, but now I – for once – do have the excuse of not being a native speaker. (When writing in German my excuses are a little bit poorer.)
I will write in English because this wedding, I am about to tell you about, was a Multicultural wedding and I want to try and make this Post understandable for everyone!
Matthias and Hitomi’s wedding was the last one this year. I had a really wonderful and successful wedding season, with almost 27 lovely couples. A complete summer full of love! I have a great job. And I am really happy, that this last one was so thrilling. As soon as I stepped through the door on Saturday I was welcomed with so much warmth, happiness and affability. It was a multicultural wedding par excellence. But as I am a photographer and not a writer I will let my pictures speak for themselves. If you weren’t at the wedding I hope that they can explain better what I struggle putting in words here. If you were at the wedding I am sure that you did feel completely the same way I did! Thank you Matthias and Hitomi that I could be part of your day and thank you, wonderful family of Matthias for being as open and warm- hearted as you were!