Maria&Jennifer från Manhattan New York anlitade mig för deras bröllop i somras. Deras sagolika bröllop kommer att publiceras i tidningen Lifestyle Wedding kommande nummer.
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Dearest Kicki, everyday we look back at our beautiful photos from you and the moments come all back. Thank you for capturing our big day in such a wonderful way!
We’d be delighted if you want to show some of the photos. For us as gay women it’s important to show that there isn’t just one way of looking or dressing – you can actually get the castle and an all lace dress and veil and big trains even if you’re a woman and gay!
The brides met at a political fundraiser in New York City. Maria, from Sweden, was then working for the Clinton family at the time. She is now a partner at Arabesque, an investment firm using sustainability data and artificial intelligence. Jennifer, a former artist, had left the art scene and is now a senior executive at JP Morgan.
Jennifer is a former renowned artist whose work is a part of The Whitney permanent collection in New York. She also exhibited at the Whitney Biennial several years ago. During The Whitney 2018 Biennial, Jennifer surprised and proposed to Maria at the opening night. No one knew if it was an art installation.. she proposed in the middle of one of the big exhibition spaces and the audience were taking pictures and applauding. And Maria said yes!
Wedding date: August 25, 2018
Location (wedding + reception): Rånäs Castle in Sweden
Honeymoon and Resorts:
Costa Rica: the brides love the rainforest and the ocean and stayed in the wild and at the sustainability resorts El Remanso and Finca Exotica Ecolodge, all of them secluded from the mainstream tourist areas and powered by renewables and focused on sustainability.
Attire designer (both brides):
Jennifer: Martina Liana
Maria: Maggie Sotero
Wedding rings: Jennifer, as a former artist, and Maria designed their own platinum diamond rings and had a friend jeweler made them for them.
Flowers: Fröken Knopp in Norrtälje Sweden. Marianne Wallden, the owner of the shop, was part of the Swedish crown princess Victoria’s wedding.
Cake: Rånäs Castle (Rånäs slott)
Hair and makeup: Jenny Guerro