“Music is not a question of numbers, it is experienced emotion.”
(Ludwig van Beethoven)
Matthew, a young engineer from Milan, had the fortune to move to Miami (Florida) where he found a job and his love…Noppawan is a beautiful and sweet pianist who conquered him at first sight even if their love story started, as it often happens, with a great friendship.
The bride and groom chose me as their wedding photographer for both celebrations. They decided to get married in Italy, with a civil ceremony, and repeat later the wedding celebration in Thailand, in Bangkok, to involve friends from both countries.
For the Italian wedding, the couple chose the wonderful Tavoleto Castle as the perfect wedding venue in Italy.
Tavoleto Castle, situated in the Province of Pesaro Urbino, close to Emilia Romagna, dates back to 1300 and was built upon request of the well-known Malatesta family (the one tied to the sad love of Paolo and Francesca, the two Inferno lovers that Dante made famously).
The castle offers a refined location for big events, especially weddings, thanks to the dream atmosphere you can breathe all around!
The wedding was celebrated in a civil ceremony by the major and the bride and groom were happy to welcome relatives and friends in the gorgeous castle, among fragrant flowers and candles.
The wedding cake was a five-layer cake all decorated with fresh flowers. The wedding cake cutting moment under the fireworks was really touching…you could feel the couple’s joy!
For this wedding images postproduction, I used a vintage style editing, a choice that someone considered a bit challenging but perfectly connected to the atmosphere, location, and emotions I could feel.
Thanks, Matteo and Noppawan for requesting me as your wedding photographer in Italy and for you available to be remembered in my blog.