Country Chic Wedding in Tuscany

Borgo di Castelvecchio is a tiny piece of paradise hiding in the Tuscan countryside. Lucia and Ian decided to celebrate their Italian wedding among friends and families coming from all over the world to honor Lucia’s Tuscan origins. Nine beautiful bridesmaids and nine handsome best men accompanied the bride and the groom in each moment of the wedding, which took place in the small Catholic Church of the Borgo. We had the chance to work with some of the best wedding vendors of the whole country, starting from the famous catering Galateo Ricevimenti , to the amazing Stiatti Fiori for the floral decorations – not to forget the amazing team of wedding planners of Distinctive who made this amazing wedding happen!

All the guests lodged at the Borgo or in some hotels nearby, and the majority of them came from the U.S. and from Italy. Lucia and Ian got ready separately in two different areas of the location, and met right at the altar as the Catholic tradition requires. After the ceremony, a cocktail party and buffet was waiting for the newlyweds, who started their married life in an incredible location and with such a great company, and kept on partying until late night. Congratulations!

A Country Chic Wedding in Tuscany by Mauro Pozzer Photographer

Abigail Winters - October 24, 2014 - 1:29 am

Absolutely lovely, lovely imagery!

Ben McIntyre - October 24, 2014 - 1:49 am

These photos are awesome. Thanks so much for sharing your incredible photography.

Beverly Canalab - October 24, 2014 - 1:54 am

Take my breath away — you produce angelic images for fairy tale weddings. Thanks so much!

Alex & Jule – Wedding in Dresden

And again my favorite Dresden and again a lovely couple. With Alexander and Julia was all very easy, and the bad weather was Not a problem. They just glowed with love! I would like to present the artistic part of this photo shooting. I love couples like them!Theirs mood and smiles just made me to be more positive! It was very cool!

Alexandria Kokostatis Images - October 24, 2014 - 1:37 am

WOW — breath-taking imagery.

Bernadette Kashuba - October 24, 2014 - 1:51 am

Gorgeous wedding photography through your photos. Thanks so very much!

Romantic Wedding in Tuscany, Saint Galgano Abbey

Natalja and Andrej’ amazing wedding in Tuscany, in the monumental Saint Galgano Abbey! This amazing church is surrounded by the green in the heart of the Tuscany, very close to the medieval city of Siena. The Wedding Photographer Roberto Panciatici captured all the details of this amazing day in Saint Galgano Abbey, Tuscany.

Photographer: Roberto Panciatici Photography

Allison Larman - October 24, 2014 - 1:39 am

Lovely wedding story through your images from beginning to end.

Canadian Rockie Mountain Wedding

We don’t normally get to enjoy our summer (due to the busy wedding season), thus we are extremely happy to photograph Canadian Rocky Mountain weddings during summer time. It was not long ago since we photographed Katherine & Mark’s engagement photos in Calgary downtown. (Click Here to see their engagement photos)

Highlights of the Day

  • Every bride’s maid wore like 10-inches super high heel shoes.
  • Katherine self designed 8 different Totoro fans for the guests to use during ceremony (and use it to block the sun)
  • The outside photo session was full of laughs! (Just see how photogenic they were and you will know why we couldn’t finish on time)  It was very funny when we were stopped by one of Mark’s  students from SAIT  while  photographing  on the Engineering bridge. Apparently Mark was one of those amazing teachers that you would dream to have when you were in school.
  • Gorgeous golf course for ceremony and reception backdrop!
  • Since Katherine is a graphic designer herself, she DIY all of the wedding details!  Check out her creativity!
  • Katherine’s  Chinese traditional dress was so mix of modern and tradition….we absolutely loved how it fit on her and made her glow!
  • At the end of the night, Mark and Katherine planned a surprise “firework” show for all the guests! None of our cameras focused in the absolute darkness….luckily, we had a video light that saved us!

Annabelle Morris - October 24, 2014 - 1:41 am

These images absolutely take your breath away. Nicely done!!