Rustic Wedding Cluj Romania – Act 1, Scene 1
It was a beautiful day for a rustic wedding Cluj Romania. I was at home with my family, watching tv and talking about random things when suddenly my phone rang. When I picked it up, I heard a firm female voice telling me that if I am not to be her Transylvania Wedding Photographer, she will not get married. In only a few seconds I felt overwhelmed by these words and quite flattered, but was she serious? Apparently, yes.
When you have a story to tell, a different story and you need the perfect wedding photographer or better-said wedding storyteller to paint it in pictures you don’t compromise, and apparently, this is what happened with Adina & Robert. Let’s find out more, shall we?
Act 1, Scene 2 – The Wedding Plan
At that time, I was so eager to meet the couple that flattered me so much that my heart was racing. Why was so important to them that I, a Romania wedding photographer, was the only one suited for telling their story? Yeap, I understood it later. Also, I remember them approaching me with a big smile on their faces. We sat down and talked for a while and I learned that Adina was a theater director from Zalau, a die-hard animal lover and a supporter of the LGBT community and Robert was a computer expert from Baia Mare.
Their personalities were so different yet so perfect together. Adina was very dynamic, funny, ambitious and down to earth and Robert was kind and calm, the ideal set of skills for any computer expert if you ask me. In short, they had a story to tell, and they need me to tell it. Right from the start, I knew it was going to be a different kind of wedding. A wedding with no rules and no scripts. I was hooked, I was ready for the big day.
Act 2, Scene 1 – Transylvania Wedding Location
After the wedding ceremony, we all went to Tamas Bistro the perfect location for a Rustic Wedding Cluj Romania just like the couple dreamed of. The guests arrived shortly, and the party was ready to start. Actors, directors and many more were prepared to play their own roles, to showcase their genuine feelings and forget about characters from classic plays. Everything was flowing as natural as possible. No fake costumes, no specific spots to sit on the stage. Everybody was having the time of their lives, and I was there, their Transylvania wedding photographer, ready to capture everything.
Act 2, Scene 2 – Overdone Food
We all know that a good wedding needs to have some fun moments as well, right? Well, we didn’t get bored at Adina & Robert’s wedding. Especially when they had to cook a traditional food together and overdid it a bit. Well, according to the tradition for an rustic wedding Cluj Romania, they had to prepare the traditional Hungarian dish called gulas.
Don’t worry, it turned out fine, but Adina assured us that they would never cook together just to be on the safe side or their kitchen, we are not sure. Rumor has it, they tried cooking it again, and the second time things turned out much better. After all, perseverance is the mother of success, and with Robert’s patience, we wouldn’t expect otherwise.
Now, I am not going to lie; it was such an amazing journey being there with the bride and groom and their guests. To take part at a once in a lifetime play and capture everything in pictures so that I could try to tell it again and again. It was perfect, unique and full of life and I will only dream of living it again somewhere else on a different stage.
Yes, I am sure you have a story to tell as well and if you think that I might be the perfect Transylvania wedding Photographer for you and that my camera can write your story and do it justice, let’s meet and make things happen.