Anastasia & Adam
The Beauty of a Russian Bride – Anastasia & Adam’s Story
When two hearts are meant for each other, no distance is too far. A bride from Moscow and a groom from Dublin are tying the knot in Budapest, one of the most beautiful view a couple can ask like the Castle, Heroes Square, Danube riverside. I was surrounded with guests from all around the globe,
The only – but important – Russian tradition was the karavay, a traditional round Russian yeast sweetbread usually baked for weddings. Karavay is seen as a symbol of happiness and affluence. The puffier the karavay – the happier and richer the newlyweds will be once they taste it. The parents invite both the bridegroom and the bride to take a bite of the karavay – without using their hands. Whoever takes the largest bite is considered to be the head of the new family.The rest of the karavay is divided among the guests; it is thought that in sharing karavay with relatives and friends, the newlyweds are also sharing their happiness.
All in all summer came early this year. Couldn’t be more happy shooting this wonderful destination wedding.
“Hi András! I was all day watching photos again and again. Thank you so much for such an amazing job you’ve done! I love it, they are perfect 👌🏻 I’m super happy!Thank you a million times!” – Nastya