I want to start this post with a HUGE thanks to Diana and Jimmy. Sometime, there is something more than a simple client/vendor relationship. Thanks guys for being so AWESOME with me. Really.
That said, welcome everybody to Villa Laura, a wonderful Villa close to Cortona (a small medieval town on the southern border of Tuscany). If you’re planning to get married in Tuscany you must seriously consider this part of the region, a bit far from the more touristic paths but not less fascinating and full of charming. And of course if you’re planning to hire a photographer, you must take in seriously consider me (kidding)! Joking aside, I truly see this part of Tuscany as the ideal solution for small intimate weddings, enabling you to enjoy time and space in a relaxing atmosphere with your closest one. Since the very first moment I got an instant affinity with Diana and Jimmy, and it immediately seemed to us that my photography totally matched their flavors. They’re fun, romantic, and most importantly, they’re totally in love. It was a pleasure for me to spend the whole day with them, their friends and relatives. And at a certain point I absolutely felt like one of them, instead of just the photographer of the day. I always get this kind of feeling during my weddings (and this is the foundation of my work, creating complicity I mean), but I never felt so strong as during this one. If you’re curious about how things went, swipe down and see more!
Photography: Francesco Spighi | wedding Venue: Villa Laura | Planning: Patrizia Pola / One and Only Weddings and Special Events | Floral Design: Mario Berti | Wedding Dress: Inbal Dror | Bride’s Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Groom’s Attire: Klein Epstein & Parker | Groom’s Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Invitations and Calligraphy: Wendy Ware Calligraphy & Design | Hairs and Make Up: Alessandro Fratini | Catering and Personal Chef: Francesco Sabbadini | Cinematography: Dolcevita Wedding |