Allis & Linus
You have been invited to celebrate our wedding with us this summer. Join us at this most special place as we 'tie the knot' on this most special day<3
We are happy to welcome you to spend a small slice of summer in our paradise on earth: a tiny Swedish island called Lindö.
The day of the wedding will be on Sunday the 6th of August. We invite all of our friends to join us from the afternoon on Thursday the 3rd until Tuesday the 8th of August. You are free to choose when and for how long you want to stay, as long as you are there for the festivities on Sunday.
The island of Lindö is a little piece of peaceful heaven in an otherwise busy world. Allis' great grandfather bought the island in the 1950s and the generations after him have been taking care of it since. Now more than 100 family members share this very special place.
The island is a rustic, quiet, and remote place where modern life can take a hike and wait for us on shoreside. Here you have no electricity and no running water - but lots of candles, cozy fireplaces and a pure sweet water lake.
There's a total of 35 sleeping spaces available. They spread out amongst little huts, cabins and houses on the island. There are anywhere from 2 to 6 sleeping spots per room. We give out spaces in a bit of a first come, first serve basis with consideration for your needs. Families with children will have first pick, and everyone else will most likely share rooms with friends.
If needed we will have comfortable tents to cover more guests, depending on how many of you can make it. (If you are traveling by car and have a big tent and other camping equipment please let us know so we discuss whether or not we might need it)
Food and Drink
On the day of the wedding we will be providing food and drink for everyone. For the other days that you want to spend with us on the island, we will ask for a small donation of around 25 euros per day to cover the costs. We will be cooking and eating communally as a big family. Think Hoffest, big gang summer vacation days!
There are two basic ways to get there:
We highly recommend that everyone who has a bit of time to spare and access to a car to take the ferry route! Sweden is beautiful, and thanks to 'allemannsrätten', you are allowed to camp anywhere in Sweden for one night at a time. This means you can easily spend a few days making your way to the island whilst enjoying the beautiful nature on the way.
Here's a collection of links to recommended travel operators, routes, and so on. This is by no means a complete list, just options that we have tried and tested. There will probably be many alternatives if you want to travel via different routes.
---- We recommend using the normal commuter train "Pendeltaget" which is approximately €15 and goes every 38 minutes. Ask at the airport info for how to buy tickets! Be aware of accidentally boarding the Arlanda Express train which is very expensive!
We're mega excited and hope that you can all come !!!