Staying away from technology in Nokia (and Tampere) – Jarna & Tero

How this all sounds to you: Ceremony in a medieval rock church (Messukylä Old Church / vanha kirkko) in Tampere, Finland that happens to be the oldest building in town. One of the maids of honor plays a solo performance with a French horn during the ceremony. Personalized beers named and labeled in honor of the bride and groom, limited 200 bottles brewed in Finland. Reception at venue Kerhola in Nokia town which was originally, in 1930s, designed to serve as a party place for Nokia factory workers. No, not 1930s mobile phone production but rubber factory instead! 

As neighbor towns Nokia and Tampere (200 km North from Helsinki) both have strong industrial history, this scenery was shown in today's portrait locations too. After photography planning meeting, the groom had shaved all of his beard and was almost unrecognizable to my eye :) The band played gypsy tunes and no-one could stay still anymore! And then there was this super cute Ford Anglia car from the 1960s.

This is what the wedding day of all-day-smiling and laughing good-mood couple Jarna and Tero was all about!