Wedding Proposal in Tuscany | Borgo Santo Pietro{ Karen + Alvin } Romantic Candle light Dinner Wedding Proposal

At the end of April I left Florence crossing all the Tuscany to shoot a Wedding Proposal  in Borgo Santo Pietro, a Luxury Hotel positioned near the famous San Galgano Abbey. Some weeks before Alvin wrote me from New York; he was searching for a photographer to eternalise his Wedding Proposal in Tuscany to his girlfriend Karen. He decided to propose himself at the end of the dinner, before the dessert. We chatted a lot by email, and we decided that I should shoot all the dinner saying her  that I was part of the package for dining at the Grotto, a romantic candle-lit table that Borgo Santo Pietro reserves for intimate and romantic occasions.

The dinner went well, they talked and smiled a lot while they was eating best Tuscany typical dishes and drinking fine Chianti wine.

At the end, as agreed, the Maître arrived with the letter from Alvin. It was really a great emotion for her that didn’t imagine absolutely nothing!

I really love to shoot this kind of service, and I hope I was able to let you feel some of these emotion.

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Wedding Proposal in Tuscany photographied by Francesco Spighi


  • Jenn said:

    To a Beautiful and Dear Friend, Godmother of my Son, and blessing to our entire family!
    We can't wait to share the next chapter with You and Alvin! We love you both more than words can ever describe! We wish you love, happiness and all things wonderful!

  • Vishal Patel said:

    Hi Francesco,

    I am going to Florence during the Valentines weekend in February and I am planning to propose to my girlfriend. I would love to capture the moment I propose to her. I was wondering if you are able to do this? and how much it may cost?

    Please let me know if you need any more information.

    Many thanks,

    Vishal Patel

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