October 10, 2019

Freddy & Keiti | Wedding Tuscany

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This wedding in Tuscany was very special to me for many reasons. Freddy and Keiti were the first couple to entrust me with their destination wedding. They had planned a small intimate wedding with their family and closest friends in Tuscany.
When they went to book a location a year before their date most venues were already booked. But their wedding planner had found a stunning location called Borgo I Vicelli that was exactly everything they wanted.

Carlton from Carlton Visuals and I travelled together to the location and had to run to catch our flight because of a delay. Our suitcases didn’t make it on the flight, but luckily after a few hours
on the airport we could finally take a Taxi to our location.
And what a Taxi ride it was. If you ever take a Taxi in Tuscany you better make sure to tell everybody you love them before leaving because traffic is CRAZY!
Don’t drive in Tuscany people. Just take a taxi, they know what they’re doing.

Upon arriving at the location we quickly changed and joined the group for stone oven Pizza’s for dinner. Everybody looked amazing! I quickly felt at home. And the pizza was amazing!

On the morning of the wedding we started with breakfast by the pool. I started at the bride’s apartment. Laying down all her detailles like wedding invitation, rings and jewellery to photograph. Keiti got ready with her bridesmaids in one apartment while Freddy got ready with his groomsmen and their sons in another apartment. We took some photo’s together and the girls and I quickly went to get some last shots of the groom.

The ceremonie was like out of movie! A view over the mountains and the sun setting behind them as the ceremonie was happening. As the couple spoke their vows no one was able to keep back their tears.
After the ceremonie they had cake and took a group photo and then it was time to take some photo’s of the newly weds.

AND OMIGOODNESS!

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