Astrid and David’s bright wedding was filled with colorful and sentimental touches. After their classic church ceremony, the couple and guests headed to Bohus Malmön Folkets hus in Västra Götalands Län, Sweden for a sunny, gorgeous reception. Incorporating their loved ones into their special day, the couple handed out customized program booklets where they shared a few anecdotes about every guest. Photographer Matilda Söderström perfectly captured every special detail at this Swedish wedding.
Astrid and David
Bohus Malmön Folkets hus, Västra Götalands Län, Sweden
From the bride: We chose to have daisies in the wedding bouquet because for us daisies symbolize a natural, wild and a simple sense. We also put small daisies in all the vases on the table so it almost looked like a summer meadow. The venue was a typical 20th century park with a big dance floor outside and small tombolas in a lush atmosphere. We felt that the place covered all our wishes of making it into our own. Almost everything was made by us and our family.
Advice from the couple: Listen to your gut feeling, and don’t loose your fundamental thoughts or feelings by spending hours and hours scrolling and mapping inspiration photos on Pinterest, etc. Dare to do exactly like you want to do, it’s your day and you could do what ever you want! Can it be better?! Take the chance to do your day as you always dreamed of doing it.
Photography – Matilda Söderström
Ceremony Venue – Bohus Malmön Kyrka
Reception Venue – Bohus Malmön Folkets hus
Floral Design – Sollidens Handelsträdgård
Catering – Perssons Pa Kajen
Cake – Myrans Bageri & Tarverkstad
Officiant – Eva Östlund
Invitations – Vistaprint
Hair Styling – Jeanette Lans
Wedding Dress – Demetrios–
Bridesmaids’ Apparel – Zetterberg
Groom’s Apparel – Tiger
Rings – Tiffany & Co.
A very special thanks to Matilda Söderström for perfectly capturing Astrid and David’s Swedish wedding and sharing it with us! Love waterfront weddings? Head over to this nautical bohemian Cape Cod wedding!