What a way to end 2010, this was a memorable wedding for so many reasons. The main one being Lucy and Max who were just wonderful clients to work with. I had only spoken to Lucie on the phone a few times before the wedding, but knew instantly that we would get on well, she is bubbly , excitable and was really looking forward to her wedding. I arrived at Innsbruck airport and met up with quite a few of the other guests who had flown in on the same flight, we all boarded the coach and drove up the mountains to The Arosa in Kitzbuhel, where the wedding ceremony was to be held the next day.

The wedding at the Arosa was really magical, it was a beautiful day, the sun shining and the mountain air really made for a great wedding. After the reception drinks we all boarded a coach to go up the mountain to the Toni Alm ski hut where the reception was to be held. The only way of getting to Toni Alm was by Skidoo, and I was to ride up front in the lead skidoo with Max and Lucie. To say it was scary was an understatement, I was hanging off of this thing trying to take pictures whilst it raced up the mountain, hilarious to watch imagine, terrifying to be on. The party went on until 4.00am, the dancing and partying was something else, I even participated myself….

I’d like to thanks Lucie and Max, their families and friends for making feel like part of the wedding, so many asked me if I was friends of the couple, which is a great compliment especially as I had only met them both the night before. The wedding itself was one of the most memorable experiences I have had the pleasure to attend. Here are my personal favourite images from their day.

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Andreas Feusi | Wedding Photography

Amazing. I like the first image (window portrait). For sure all other reportages too.

WOW! what a stunning set of wedding photographs you have here on your website! inspirational 🙂

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