Mahgol & Alberto – Sofiero, Helsingborg – July 14th, 2018

Wedding films
4 november, 2018

In the middle of the very hot Swedish summer of 2018 I had a wedding in south of Sweden, in Helsingborg. After several weddings in a row where I almost fainted because of the heat we ended up with a normally fantastic Swedish summer day with 20-22 degrees celsius, which just felt perfect.

I joined Mahgol and her crew at V Hotel in central Helsingborg around noon and the feeling was somewhat tensed, somewhat relaxed. The bride was nervous (perfectly normal, if you ask me), but the feeling all in all was that everything was all right and that we where heading towards a nice day. The guys had a great time at their room at the same time and I could really tell that Mahgol and Alberto had found the one in each other. While talking about their partner both of them couldn’t help but smiling and having this spark in their eyes.

The mother of the bride was fantastic through the whole day and it was easy to see where Mahgol had her warm way from. Before we left the hotel to go to Sofiero I received a beautiful couple of earrings as a gift and there came the first tears, haha. (I have still cried at all the weddings I have filmed…)

The first look was touching, the surroundings of Sofiero amazing, the food was awesome, the guests were great, the speeches warm and the dancing happy.

This wasn’t the craziest wedding day with this mega party feeling through the whole day. But it was sincere. There were guests there from around 20 different countries, that had traveled across the world to be there at Mahgols and Albertos day. That says something about loyalty and true friendship. Loyalty is also a word that can describe Mahgol and Alberto. Loyalty and patience. Belief. After starting out with a distance relationship they are finally together. And I am certain they will be for the rest of their lives.

Preparations location: V Hotel.
Venue for ceremony and reception: Sofiero Slott.
Music: Generdyn – Our Kingdom.

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