Villa Dalmacija Wedding | Split, Croatia

Villa Dalmacija Wedding, Located right by the sea, Rita and Boris exchanged their vows on the pontoon. Followed by a crazy good party at the villa. Fuelled by Monkey 47 Gin. The perfect location for a truly individual and exclusive wedding in Split, Croatia.

We were made to feel welcome immediately. I’m so thankful for having been there and the opportunity to tell their story through our photos. The couple spent their first night as husband and wife surrounded by those they love the most. Then partied the night away. And I hope we made sure that these photos will always be able to bring them back to that day.

Villa Dalmacija Wedding Arrival

The Bridal party arrived by boat from Split harbour. Greeted by the groom and family and friends from all over the world.

As a Split wedding photographer, I have the unique opportunity to capture the most special day in a couple’s life. I don’t just take photos, I help tell the story of their love. My style is a blend of photojournalism and fine art, and I strive to capture both the candid moments and the posed portraits that will be cherished for years to come. Each wedding I photograph is a new adventure, and I love getting to know the couples and their families. It’s an honour to be a part of their special day and to help them create memories that will last a lifetime.

I believe that wedding albums are more than just a collection of photos. They are a way to preserve the story of your love and share it with future generations. That’s why I take the time to create custom wedding albums that are both beautiful and meaningful. I want you to look back on your wedding album and feel like you’re right back there, celebrating with your loved ones.”

If you are in the early stages of planning a Villa Dalmacija Wedding. I love Croatia (our honeymoon destination) but take a limited number of bookings for wedding photography each year so can book up early. But don’t be put off about contacting me as we still might be available, let’s create something special.

Of course you need to love my work, but it’s not just about that. It’s a personal connection we’ll either have or we won’t. It’s that ‘we feel like we’ve known you for years’ familiarity that lets you feel comfortable to be yourselves. I might be that guy, or I might not be, and either way is honestly fine. But I’m dying to find out!