Kim and Quentin and their fabulous, elegant Italian wedding in Tuscany, in Florence.
The bride and the bridesmaids got ready at Il Salviatino and the groom with his best man and his groomsmen at Villa Cora. Two of the most charming Italian wedding venues. Relaxed time, sharing the excitement of the upcoming religious ceremony at the small church of Maiano, in Fiesole, closed to the one of the most charming Italian Villas that a Tuscany wedding photographer could ask for, the ancient Villa di Maiano. And if Italian tradition says “confetti (exclusively rice for Italians) ” what can you throw in Tuscany if not olive leaves? So lovely…A few wedding portraits in the gardens and many, many candid moments, as we are used to look for. We believe we are documentary photographers!
We always wonder how many stories we could hear if all these walls and paints and statues of these luxury Italian villas could talk…
White and light all around the bride and her beauty.
Long white veils and red, dusty Tuscan roads. We are always attracted from this strong contrast.
And here comes the bride. We feel the great responsibility not to miss such a fast, emotional unforgettable moment. By the way one of the most difficult one to document, even after years…
Ha, and your children and grand children will always love this grand pa!
Magical, strong Tuscan light for a wedding portrait.
This is not a posed shot. This was Kim waiting for his groom in an olive field. Sun light exactly there. Lucky wedding photographers!A bit of wilderness for a wedding in Tuscany.
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