Tuscany Indian Wedding
Dipal and Dirgesh are a very sweet American couple, who decided to get married in Tuscany, celebrating their Indian wedding with friends and relatives in the beautiful Tenuta di Artimino. The photo shoot lasted two days and tells the colors, magic, love and enthusiasm of a unique event.
The colorful clothes, the hugs, the smiles and the wild dances tell us about a Hindu wedding full of emotions and traditions.
The previous day, Dipal met with friends for the Mehndi, during which hands and feet were painted with henna. Subsequently I photographed the colorful Haldi ceremony, in which the spouses are sprinkled, by relatives, with a yellow ointment as a sign of purification and blessing. The day ended with a traditional Indian dinner in one of the rooms of Villa La Ferdinanda in Artimino.
The following day the photographic reportage continued with the preparations of the bride and groom and the traditional Hindu ceremony in the park of the estate with a magnificent view of the olive trees and the village of Artimino.
The day ended with an elegant dinner inside the villa and with wild dancing until late at night.
Wedding Planner: Distinctive in Italy
Second Shooter: Lorenzo Patoia
Tuscany Indian Wedding Venue
Near Florence, on the Tuscan hills, surrounded by olive trees and vineyards, there is the ancient Borgo di Artimino, from which a beautiful tree-lined avenue leads us to the Tenuta di Artimino.
The main Villa is called La Ferdinanda because the construction was commissioned by Ferdinando I de Medici Grand Duke of Tuscany in 1594.
The villa is characterized by the presence of many chimneys, a large curved external staircase, huge rooms inside and a breathtaking view of the village and the lush Tuscan countryside.
Fattoria di Artimino is part of the estate and produces Tuscan wines and high quality oil, products used and served also in the Biagio Pignatta restaurant.
Tenuta di Artimino is one of the few wedding locations in Tuscany that has more than 100 housing units, the perfect place for events with many guests, such as the wedding of Dipal and Dirgesh.
In fact, in the days of the celebrations of this Indian wedding, the spouses were able to host all their guests in a single location without having to resort to the use of transfers.
Thanks Dipal and Dirgesh for choosing me as your photographer and for giving me the opportunity to publish your beautiful Indian wedding in Tuscany.