Love you to the moon and back

Prague, Czech Republic

I have already told you about this couple here: Transcarpathian wreatmakers

Here goes the second part of their wedding story.
If you look through the photoshoots one after another, you might get the feeling that the people are traveling through time and space. From the front yard in the Transcarpathian village we get to the Prague streets, national costumes change to evening gowns and suits, a white Cadillac arrives instead of horses, a wooden summer house turns into Žofín Palace.
The décor is different; the main characters are the same. However, instead of Uncle Vanya from Tyiachevo (a village in Transcarpathia – a translator’s note) roasting a pig in the first part of the wedding, food in the palace was served by a slim waiter looking like Mathew McConaughey. It’s nice when one manages to keep the harmony between the traditional and modern wedding styles.
For me personally, the main topic of these photoshoots is that “time and décor changes, people and their emotions stay”. A living photo as nothing else helps to feel that.
The newlyweds preferred the photoshoot to be conducted in a reportage style with no staged photos.