First time I spoke with Clodagh and Ray, I immediately had a good feeling about them. You know, when you get that right feeling in the gut. It just feels comfortable right away. They were gonna get married in Copenhagen, in Frederiksberg Town Hall and we talked about all the options for things to do, what they liked and dreamt of and just what they had envisioned so far. For me, that first phone call is so important, ’cause we spent time getting to know each other a bit and get a feeling if we’re gonna be a good match. With Clodagh and Ray I had, like i said, that feeling right away and luckily they had a good gut feeling too.
I made some suggestion for a timeline and things to do, based on the things we talked about.
When the day came, I met them in their hotel, where they where getting ready and I showed up, when they where doing the last preparations. We spent about half an hour in the hotel while they finished and then we headed out into the city.
First stop was the town hall. Ray had told me, that after the ceremony, he would just really enjoy to go and get a cup of coffee. I had found a great café pretty close to the town hall. And here’s a little bonus info: it’s not hard to find good coffee i Copenhagen. Danes are 3rd worldwide in consumption of coffee, so there is awesome coffee and all kinds of coffeeshops everywhere, especially in Copenhagen.
We then took a cap and went across town to a place called Reffen. Clodagh and Ray had shared with me, that they enjoy experiencing food and drink, so I had suggested we to one of Copenhagen food markets. Reffen is a wonderful outdoor food market with great food and a wonderful atmosphere. We spend some time there, before hopping back into a cap and finishing my part of the day with them in Tivoli Garden. We took a walk through the beautiful old amusement park, before parting our ways and they went on the celebrate and enjoy their day.