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This La Locanda dell’Amorosa wedding brings back fond memories. This was an Italian wedding and that alone makes it quite different from my usual weddings. I do quite a few weddings where it is necessary to be bilingual but today it’s 100% Italian. La Locanda dell’Amorosa wedding venue You can find this lovely place near Sinalunga which isn’t far from Siena. The long cypress tree lined driveway sets the mood as you arrive. At the top, you see through the arch …

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This Villa Valentini Bonaparte wedding shoot showcases a brand new venue. Sitting between Cortona and Montepulciano it boasts a fantastic position. With easy access to those two lovely destinations as well as Lake Trasimeno, Pienza and more, many wonderful sights surround it. The villa is also close to trains and highways that will lead you swiftly to Rome, Florence, Siena or Perugia. Villa Valentini Bonaparte wedding venue On arrival at Villa Valentini Bonaparte, the long driveway will impress you with …

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A lovely wedding in Settignano at one of my favorite Florence wedding locations. The day actually starts at a 5-star hotel a little closer to Florence. After greeting everyone and asking for the accessories I set about taking a few shots of those details. The groom is hanging out with his brother, meanwhile, the bride is having hair and make-up. I have time to invent something with their stationery and some flowers and then I head outside to take a …

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This Villa Scorzi wedding shoot showcases an incredible venue in northern Tuscany. The villa lies not far from the convenience of Pisa airport and a little further away Florence. The property consists of 14th-century and 17th-century buildings. The entire estate is kept to a very high standard and years of restoration mean that nowadays it offers a very high level of accommodation and service to its discerning clients. Villa Scorzi wedding – Getting ready, details and ceremony. Villa Scorzi lies …

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What is the best way to set the mood for your wedding weekend? A beautiful welcome dinner! I suggested to Lisa and Niklas during the planning stages of their wedding to have their welcome dinner at Villa di Geggiano. To start, they enjoy a walk with all their guests from Villa Catignano, they pass through olive groves and cypress trees with all their family and friends. On arrival, delicious aperitifs with bellinis and canapes are available for everyone. The herb …

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This Borgo di Castelvecchio wedding weekend starts with a fun, rustic family-style welcome party and the following day we have an elegant wedding at a breathtaking venue. The festivities will start at Borgo di Castelvecchio. This is a little hilltop hamlet. A large central square connects all the buildings in the hamlet and makes it an ideal meeting point. There is a large oak tree right in the middle that provides a nice focal point and some shade from the …

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This exciting multi cultural wedding takes place at a delightful villa near Polignano a Mare. The villa is from the 18th century. Outside there are some Italian gardens that are unique and rich with plants and statues. The inside of the villa is a classic example of rococò, an over the top style of European decoration that was the last phase of the baroque period. As I drive to the villa I am sitting in the rain and feeling sad …

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Villa La Selva wedding venue is a winery in Tuscany. You can find it about half way between Siena and Arezzo. The area is tranquil and secluded but after a short drive, you can easily access some important locations. The surrounding countryside is quite rustic with a mix of fields and woodland, but this doesn’t matter as I have all I need photographically without leaving Villa la Selva. Villa La Selva wedding – The Venue Villa La Selva’s lovely tree …

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