Taking his dads advise and learning how to dance was what lead him to meet his future wife, the woman who’s smile was “to die for”. This is my uncle, that’s why it has taken me so long to write about this wedding. My children and his were flower girls and boys on the day. I wanted to make sure this post had enough photos so that our family could experience the day again, they way we experienced it on one of the warmest days of last year. There is something with weddings, something in the air that makes the weather clear on the day, even if the whole summer was rainy. There are so many things about this wedding that makes it so uniquely Swedish, something that is so difficult to explain with words. The scenery, the nature, the buildings, the clothing, the games, the warmth, the light and the music. My cousin sang in church, and she played the piano. Needless to say, she touched every single heart in there, and she stole the show from the kids for a second. The kids whole stole the show from the bride and groom from time to time. They brought lightness to a very emotional ceremony, like only kids can do. My uncle has a daughter from a previous relationship, and Liselott has accepted her as her own which is something so big and so beautiful to witness. His daughter Vilma wasn’t going to hold a speech, but she felt the urge to express her gratitude for the kindness that Liselott had shown her in the past few years and so she did it anyway, straight from the heart. It was a speech with very few words, yet it was the warmest speech of all. Because love cannot always be expressed in words, it is something that must be felt in the heart. We all felt it. Please press play and enjoy the photos. See if you can find a photo of me in here… I give you a clue, it’s in the end.