Chianti Wedding Photographer. Ok, now that we’ve correctly placed “Chianti Wedding Photographer” in the first paragraph of the text (and – it happened just now – also in the second) we made Google happy and we can move forward with the post, without filling the text with these words and making it totally unreadable (sorry mate, this is freakish, I know).
This one you’re gonna see here is probably fav weddings from the ones I shot the past season. It all happened at the beginning of September but I’ve just found the time to post it here in my diary. September is my favorite month, and the first half of September is my absolute favorite part of this month when it comes to photographing a wedding. The light is usually amazing, wrapping you in a warm and crispy atmosphere, and the temperature is still warm but not as hot as July or August. This entire wedding has been held in a gorgeous villa – Vignamaggio – nestled in one of the most beautiful parts of the Chianti region. This venue is a true Renaissance gem, just 45 minutes far from Florence Airport, surrounded by private gardens and immersed in rolling green Tuscan farmland. Click here to see it on Google Mapps!
If I choose to publish on my blog a wedding photography story it’s not just because of some luxurious settings or decors, or maybe two amazing guys that look like models. Of course, I don’t want to say that an amazing couple or a luxury setup can’t coexist with an emotional wedding. I’m just stating that what drives me – when it comes to choosing what to show or not – is more connected to feelings and relationships – maybe a few small gestures – than with a mere sense of aesthetic. What I like the most to frame in my photos speaks about true bonds, and the pure joy to celebrate love with the closest friends and family members, no matter how far from home you’re (and how many traditions you’re gonna break!). And I love those weddings that aspire to create a tasty and visual experience as a gift for all the guests, often coming from different parts of the world to join brides and grooms in their wedding nest. Anastasia and Chase’s wedding was exactly one of those events, where the elegant and classy mood, mixed with the typical rustic Tuscan aesthetic, was just the perfect setting to amaze their guests and celebrate this union.
Have a look! Fra
Photography: Francesco Spighi – Wedding planner : Chiara of Weddings in Tuscany – Wedding Venue: Villa di Vignamaggio – Makeup Artist & Hair: Consuelo from Your Wedding Beauty Team – Robes: Etsy – Floral Design: Jardin Divers – Catering: Villa di Vignamaggio – Wedding Dress: Inbal Dror; Veil: Blue Willow from Anne Barge – Bride’s shoes: Christian Louboutin -Bride’s earrings: Penny Larsen Studio – Headpiece: Maria Elena Headpieces – Bride’s engagement ring: Judith Ansteth Jewelers – Wedding Rings: Filigree Jewelers – Groom’s suit: Canali 1934 – Groom’s shoes: Magnanni – Paper Goods: Atelier Azure – DJ Set: Simone Alinari DJ – videography: Marco Abba