Bryllup - Mette & Kristian (Korsør)

Danish version:Strikert Photography var igen idag (21. september 2013) på farten i forbindelse med bryllupsfotografering - denne gang gik turen til Korsør, hvor Mette og Kristian skulle sige ja til hinanden. Dagen startede i Pinsekirken i Korsør midtby, hvis historie udspringer helt tilbage i 1923 og har haft sin nuværende beliggenhed siden 1979. Gommens far stod for selve vielsen og var akkompagneret af både en gæstetaler, violinist og en pianist.

Efter vielsen blev der afholdt reception i Pinsekirkens tilsluttende gemakker og der var dækket op med et overdådigt kage-/slik-/pølsebord.

Dagen for Strikert Photography sluttede med en times portrætfotografering på Korsør Fæstningen (også kendt som Korsør Søbatteri). Korsør Fæstningen kan dateres helt tilbage til at Korsør fik sit bynavn i 1241 og er en af de mest velbevaret fæstninger fra middelalderen. Op til 1800 tallet lå der et slot i forbindelse med tårnet på Korsør Fæstningen, men dette blev nedrevet i begyndelsen af 1800 tallet. Fra 1826 og nogle årtier frem blev der etableret nogle karakteriske røde bindingsværkshuse, som har fungeret som vagtstuer på fæstningen. Korsør Fæstningen er desuden omgivet af volde, som blev udgravet fra 1658 til 1660 efter ordre fra svenskerne.

For at se alle de dejlige billeder fra dagen så klik her.

Og endnu engang stort tillykke fra hele Strikert Photography til brudeparret.

English version: Strikert Photography was yet again on the road today (21th of september 2013) to do a 4 hour wedding session with Mette & Kristian at their wedding. This time the road took us all the way to Korsør which is just on the other side of the Storebælts Bridge (one of the longest bridges in the world). The day started in Pentecostal Church in the city center of Korsør. The history of the church extends all the way back to 1923 and have had it's current location since 1979. The groom's father was the minister during the ceremony and was further more accompanied by a guest speaker, a violinist and a pianist.

After the ceremony all the guests gather around a snack table with candy, cookies and other snacks. On top of this there was also a wedding cake which was cut with a traditional scottish dagger.

The day for Strikert Photography ended with a portrait session which extended over 1 hour at the Korsør Fortress (also better known as the Korsør Sea Battery). The Korsør Fortress dates back to 1241 where Korsør city got it's official name. Today the Korsør Fortress is one of the most well preserved middle age Fortress left in Denmark and have been a big part of the history of Korsør. Up to the early 1800 there was a castle at the Fortress but it was torn down and today there is only a tower left of the original castle. After the castle was torn down they build a few half-timbered houses as barracks for the soldiers on duty at the fortress. In the period 1658-1660 the swedes demanded that the fortress needed further protection by establishing moats all around the fortress.

To see all the happy images click here.

Yet again many happy wishes from Strikert Photography to the wedding couple.