Even if it rains - romantic wedding in a castle park

There is an old castle estate in Hungary with a 13 hectare park. It’s called Villabogart and is one of my favorite places. It’s the perfect place for the always rushing urban soul. No wifi, no supermarkets nearby, no crowd. Just the beautiful landscape. And you can hear the birds singing of course.
Daniel and Zsofi choose this place to celebrate their love here. It was a remarkable weekend. Some friends and family members arrived on Friday, so they had time to explore the site and warm up for the big day. On Saturday there were news about extreme storms raging in other parts of the country. But fortunately, only a few drops of rain fell during the ceremony. It was a dream set up, have a look!

Intimate wedding in a beautiful garden

I documented this lovely small wedding in the most beautiful part of Hungary. There were only 5 guests - close family members - invited to the ceremony. This way it was a perfectly romantic experience.

The venue was Káli Art Inn, which you should definitely visit sometime. It’s in a calm little village above Lake Balaton. The big garden with the walnut trees gave a perfect backdrop to the wedding.

E-session in the Dutch countryside

Have you ever been to the Netherlands? If not, be careful. After looking through these pictures, you will want to.
So this one is about Robert and Lili. They are living around the capital. But they wanted something different for their engagement photos. So they chose Valkenburg, this little historical town and it’s surroundings for the shoot. It’s such a peaceful place and there are some hills around, which is a luxury in the Netherlands. It’s a bit like England, too.
Robi and Lili, thank you for having me! I’m looking forward to your wedding next year.

Dolce Vita

You know, I’m fond of Italy. So when I am looking for inspiration, that beautiful country always comes to my mind. Vineyard weddings are also close to me. So I tought to mix these two and create this lovely styled shoot with my friends. And I encourage you to consider holding your wedding under God’s great sky. There is nothing better than the touch of sunshine during the ceremony and feeling the grass under your feet while you getting married to the love of your life.

Rainy days in Italy

We spent 3 days in Italy with my wife. We quickly visited 3 cities, Bergamo, Milano and Como. Fortunately, the second day was full of sunshine! But even in the rain, we had fun. Italy is so close to my heart with it’s warm hearted people, cappucinos and pastas, colorful streets and artistic buildings.

Villa Necchi

In Milano we took time to visit Villa Necchi. It was a rich family’s home, built in the 1930s. The tour guide told us, that the family was so wealthy, that the architect could do anything, there were no restrictions on the budget. It is a special place, because most of the furniture is original. It’s that cosy, that you would expect the family to turn up in any minute.

Emir & Rita, two playful hearts

Rita and Emir are the most kind hearted couple we ever met. They are a perfect match. And believe me, everybody can envy their style.

Surprise engagement of a Russian couple in Budapest

Aleksandr contacted me a few months before their trip to Budapest. This wasn’t their first time in that lovely city. But this time, he wanted to make it really special. He planned to propose. And we made the perfect plan for it. We agreed to do it at sunrise, so there would be no tourists around. And it was more romantic than you could imagine. Yulia presumed nothing. She tought this would be just a short photoshoot to create some pictures about their time in Hungary. But in the magical morning lights, above Budapest, those moments become her - their - most precious memories.