Kris and Ilya’s Copenhagen elopement was a portrait of tranquility. From the playful energy of Superkilen Park, with its homage to diversity, to the chic retreat of Skt Petri hotel, each locale was a quiet testament to their bond. They moved through the city with an ease that belied the profundity of the step they were taking. Their ceremony, held in the noble corridors of Copenhagen’s town hall, was an intimate affair, every glance and gesture a word in the language of their love. As they strolled the streets post-vows, the city seemed to celebrate with them, each corner offering a new canvas for their memories. Copenhagen, on this day, wasn’t just a city; it was a witness to their commitment, an ally in their adventure, and now, a part of their story.

The adventure didn’t end there, though – the next stop was Iceland, but that’s a story for another time. This day in Copenhagen with Kris and Ilya will always hold a special place in my heart, a beautiful reminder of the power of love to cross borders and bring people together.

A historic building in Copenhagen with a rainbow flag and a BUSTER Film Festival banner.
Two men relax, basking in the dappled sunlight filtered through the trees above, in Superkilen Park, Copenhagen.
A gay couple walks hand in hand, casting long shadows on the curved white lines of Superkilen Park, a testament to their shared journey in the vibrant heart of Copenhagen.
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Appreciating the time you’ve spent here…

… and if you’re inspired, I’m ready to listen, to click, to capture. Let’s craft the narrative of your love, together.

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