italian wedding…Endless fields of sunflowers, towns on tops of hills and waves of vineyards expanding towards the horizon. This destination italian wedding took place in the Marches region in Italy.Tina and Guglielmo were the lucky couple that got married. The bride comes from Slovenia, from a town not far away from my hometown, and was such a delightful surprise. Since the beginning of our correspondence, Tina has been so cool and easy-going that I had a feeling like we knew each other for years. And she was like that throughout their wedding day, calm and composed, even when a stressful situation presented herself – the dress got stained – she kept her cool. Btw, the dress was saved. Guglielmo, the handsome Italian groom with piercing blue eyes, was also a pleasure to be around with. Both of them are easy-going, cheerful & affectionate people, and I was so grateful to be capturing their special day. Every time you see them, they wear a smile on their face. One can easily see the love they share for each other, it radiates from their eyes, and it shows – in person and in the pictures.
The evening before the wedding Tina and Guglielmo threw a beach party in Senigallia, where friends and family had the chance to meet each other, as they came from all around the world.
The next day, the day of the wedding, we drove to a small town called Ostra, where the wedding ceremony was held in the beautiful Basilica collegiata di Santa Croce. Getting ready was taken inthe place La Fonte del Re. After the formal ceremony we had a rather spontaneous photoshoot with the newlyweds, even though we planned to have the shoot in between the dinner courses.
The stylish Italian outdoor wedding party took place at Antica Cantina Sant Amico in Morro d’Alba. We were surrounded by greenery within their historic woodland park, and it was everything one could wish for. The Orangerie offered its beautiful window design structure and multi-level gardens as the perfect wedding venue where it lasted long into the morning hours.
What will remain in my memory is the loving feel of gratefulness that permeated the whole event. It was filled with so much joy, love, laughter, and so many speeches (:D). Admittingly not used to them (in those numbers), they did warm up my heart and tear up my eyes.
It is all about love.
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