„He was only a fox like a hundred thousand other foxes. But I have made him my friend, and now he is unique in all the world.“
— Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Tuscany is the most famous and the best region of Italy to have your wedding, isn’t it? Florence, Siena, Lucca, Montepulciano, Cortona, there’s a huge number of venues, dozens of beautiful Villas with huge gardens and patios all around Florence area, so many ateliers and wedding planner, florists and make-up artists, that you may expect to be easy to plan a wedding in Tuscany. Well, it is easy but it usually requires a lot of time!
The city of Rome and the surrounding area is the one I did work the most, hence I’ve plenty of suggestions and recommendations. People come from all over the world to be married in Rome. With thousands of churches, hundreds of villas, thousands of square meters of gardens, thousands of restaurants and hundreds of wedding planners, floral designers and make-up artists etc. Rome may be the best choice to fulfill every taste! It just depends on the style and mood you’d like to have for your wedding.
Reading the letter of the groom, you’ll understand why a wedding on the Como Lake is so amazing!
PEACE OF MIND, AWESOME PICTURES
Giuliano Bausano is a destination wedding photographer in Italy.
You may think that the photos that will matter most for are the prettiest ones. As your wedding photographer, I know that you’ll love to find yourself cherishing the ones of most emotional moments, with a capital “M”, the ones the bride didn’t know we were going to take. Where the bride and the groom, with their families and friends, are being their most authentic self in that magical atmosphere of their wedding day, and with special details that made their wedding, unique. Will you have an elegant wedding in a medieval Italian castle of Tuscany or a boho chic wedding style on Como lake or in an ancient farm of Umbria instead? Would you prefer an intimate and romantic elopement in Rome or on the Italian Amalfi and Ravello coast or a wedding on the beach of Apulia? What about a secret wedding, in an Italian forest, surrounded by trees or a circus wedding in a “city of art” like Florence or Venice on a Gondola?