There are some weddings I particularly keep in my heart and Amara and Giulia's one, a same-sex wedding in Borgo Casabianca Tuscany is definitely one of those.
They had a charming and very moving wedding in a romantic 18th-Century special wedding venue close to Siena. Sunsets there are blessed with the sunlight on the brown and green hills that reflects an aura all around, touching people and making them feel worm and welcome.
It's like a huge hug by the nature.
In this amazing frame Amara and Giulia got married with a very heartfelt ceremony that took place in one of the most evocative corners of the Borgo.
And has in most of my favourite weddings there was a special guest I do really have to shoot photos to, very glutton french bulldog, definetely the mascot of the day.
It was a day full of laughters and joy, so many moments I had the chance to imprint on my camera for them to remember and a lot of chances for me to experiment and being creative.
The couple says about this photo service:
“ When we decided to get married in Italy, it was clear to us we did not want the traditional wedding pictures. We were looking for someone who could tell our story in the most sincere way with a bit of creativity! And here is when we bumped into Fabio.
After seeing the pictures of our wedding we were just amazed. Fabio captured timeless memories, full of happiness and love. Looking at his pictures is like watching a movie and they bring back all the emotions felt on that day by us and our family&friends!
The way he plays with the light, natural or not, and the surrounding of the location is really unique. Moreover, he is such a nice person that made us feel comfortable in any moment of the day, included the most stressful part before the ceremony!
Can’t stop thanking Fabio and Daniele for the work they did for us!”
Amara & Giulia"
A special thanks to my friend Daniele Nardi for his precious help. It’s a great pleasure to work with you!
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