Your Guide to Natural Wedding Photos in Denmark
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by Farlyn
1M ago
“We don’t feel very comfortable in front of the camera”, that’s what I hear almost every time during each of my video calls with my potential couples. And that’s completely fine! I don’t feel entirely at ease in front of the camera either. However, over the years of shooting weddings and challenging myself by occasionally switching from behind the camera to being in front of it, I’ve learned some things that might help you, and I’m here to share them with you. I’ll split this into two parts: First – 5 tips on how you can prepare yourselves before your wedding day Second – 5 things you can ..read more
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Villa Kultur in Copenhagen – GMID’s ‘Pick of the Month’!
Getting Married in Denmark Blog
by Leanne
3M ago
Photo Credit – Finort Wedding // Bouquet – Det Sorte Træ The Orangery There are 4 rooms available for hire at Villa Kultur. We will take a little look at each in more detail below but, without a doubt, the Orangery is our absolute favourite! This is quite simply a stunning room at Villa Kultur and absolutely perfect for those smaller, more intimate ceremonies where couples will be bringing just a few close loved ones. It has a sense of simplicity, peace and calm and brings the outside in with its tropical plants and lush green garden. The Orangery can accommodate between 20 – 45 people, d ..read more
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The Beautiful Wedding Day of Franklin & Paulo
Getting Married in Denmark Blog
by Leanne
5M ago
Getting Ready It was the morning of Wednesday, the 15th of November, 2023. Normally Copenhagen’s November skies are cloudy and full of rain, but today was different. Franklin and Paulo woke up in their hotel room at the NH Collection Hotel, a gorgeous hotel located right by the water in the heart of Copenhagen, to the sun shining brightly in the sky.  As well as the sunshine, there was a real buzz of excitement, anticipation and love in the air! Because today was their wedding day! It was very important to Franklin and Paulo that they get ready for their wedding together.  When ..read more
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KOLDINGHUS // KOLDING CASTLE – GMiD’s ‘Pick of the Month’
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by Farlyn
7M ago
Photo Credit: Hanna Busuk Kolding is around a 1 hour drive from the German border, and is a town which is bustling and modern, while maintaining that quaint Danish charm that so many of the towns and cities in Denmark possess.   It is impossible, once you arrive in Kolding, to avoid the magnificent Koldinghus, towering protectively over the town! Its intriguing and historic magnificence invites all those who catch sight of it, to go and check it out.  Hopefully, if you’re thinking of getting married in Kolding, you might like to add a visit to Koldinghus to your list of thin ..read more
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The Top 15 Wedding Venues in Copenhagen and Denmark
Getting Married in Denmark Blog
by Leanne
9M ago
We put together this article to inspire and excite you! It’s so great for couples planning their wedding in Denmark to know that there are many wonderful and totally unique locations available to them. Most couples want to have their wedding in one of Denmark’s beautiful town halls (of which there are many)! But we know there are a small number of couples who are interested in what is available outside the town hall – maybe you’re bringing a lot of guests, maybe you want to make your day a bit more of a full day experience or maybe you just want something a little bit different?! If yo ..read more
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Alfheim Beauty’s Five Key Tips for Your Bridal Hair and Makeup
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by Farlyn
9M ago
A perfect bridal makeup marries long-lasting power with weightless comfort by focusing on skincare and utilising highly pigmented and lightweight products. The ‘secret ingredient’ in my toolbox – optional individual lashes, enhance your comfort with their ‘barely there’ sensation, and can be built to your desired lush lash effect.  In keeping with my commitment to inclusivity and consideration – my kit includes a comprehensive range of products for all skin tones, as well as primarily perfume-free products containing clean ingredients, in order to cater to clients with sensitiviti ..read more
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Jagvir & Martino – A Vogue Wedding in Denmark
Getting Married in Denmark Blog
by Leanne
10M ago
Jagvir & Martino were married in Copenhagen’s magnificent City Hall in a wedding that was stamped firmly with their unique style, was beautifully bright & colourful, and was FULL of love as they were surrounded by so many of their close family and friends.  Read on to find out more about their beautiful day in Denmark and to see their wedding featured in Vogue! A German / Indian Wedding in Denmark Denmark prides itself on being one of the easiest and most welcoming countries in the world to get married, not only for multinational couples, but for LGBTQ+ couples too, and Mart ..read more
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Pride, Progress & Weddings – Committing to LGBTQIA Rights
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by admin
11M ago
Copenhagen Pride Week August is a very special month in this city, because that’s when Copenhagen goes all out to celebrate Pride Week, a series of more than 130 events and debates shining the spotlight on the LGBTQ+ community, covering art, talks, culture, human rights, healthcare, concerts and culminating in the huge Pride Parade. It’s an ambitious 9-day program and there’s something for everybody. In the spirit of celebration, Copenhagen turns into a radiant, glittery, rainbow paradise, where the entire city is involved, not only the LGBTQIA community itself: at the parade you’ll even f ..read more
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Resturent Pilekælderen CPH – GMiD’s ‘Pick of the Month’
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by Leanne
1y ago
Restaurant Pilekælderen Where can I eat late afternoon in Copenhagen? We are often asked, here at GMiD, by couples who are marrying in the Copenhagen area, where we can suggest they can go for a late lunch after their early-mid afternoon wedding ceremony.  What a lot of people don’t realise is that many of the restaurants in the city do in fact close their kitchen after the ‘standard’ lunch time hours (around 2.30pm – 3pm) while they prepare for the evening dinner service.  For those couples who are looking for a place to eat in the late afternoon while in Copenhagen, if nothing ha ..read more
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What’s on in Jutland?
Getting Married in Denmark Blog
by Leanne
1y ago
Photo Credit: Kim at Woodland Diaries JUTLAND JULY What: The Nightwatchman’s Tour Where: Ribe Town When: Most evenings from 8pm  Way back in the day (a long time ago) the Nightwatchman would tour the streets of Ribe to make sure everyone was safe, there was peace and harmony on the streets and to warn Ribe’s citizens of any impending danger, such as floods! Now he still makes his tour but to locals and tourists alike, taking them around the quaint and beautiful town of Ribe, speaking of its history, both in spoken word and song. The tour is free of charge, lasts around 45 minutes and ..read more
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