A hot May and a wedding in Rome to take unforgettable wedding pictures in Italy. Could I have asked for more? A more significant place to getting married, like the Campidoglio, and a short tour of one of Rome’s finest gardens…But, just a moment…I rewind and start everything from the beginning: Kseniya and Claudio are two wonderful people. Wonderful and in love, who have chosen one of the best places to get married in Rome: the center of Rome, the Campidoglio’s Hill, virtually the center of the ancient world.
And in an ancient, red room, they were surrounded by their Italian and Russian friends and parents who came to celebrate their union. And so they have pronounced a sweet “yes” with smiles and tears of joy.
Often, although I have been doing this work for years, I can not hold back the tears. This was one of those cases, I admit it, blushing. Kseniya was radiant, with all her friends around her for the traditional Russian toast, and together with friends and parents, a first refreshment was served just in the Campidoglio’s Place. This was a pleasure for me, to do an unique wedding photography style, mixing at the same time in my photography sweetness and uniqueness at the service of such a historical and precious location.
We chose for our wedding photoshoot one of the most stunning Rome wedding locations, the Giardino
But the biggest surprise was the bus that gathered all the guests by transporting them to a delightful’s Rome wedding reception venue, a rustic farmhouse nestled in the greenery of Rome. A green place to have lunch and rest until late in the evening.
We had the good fortune to have a splendid time for our wedding day photos, even inside the location, surrounded by a natural park and a stable inside, with magnificent specimens of horses. And after a fantastic dinner, all the guests continued the festivities until late at night. Under an ancient massive wooden porch, all the company started to have fun with Russian dances, which went forward late at night!
As you can see, it was a joy to be here, and what an honor to have known Claudio, Kseniya