This wedding season has been very intense, with magnificent events and classy clients. This wedding may have reached the top because of the bride and groom‘s beauty and for the incredible elegance of the venue, Villa Cora in Florence. In two days we have witnessed 4 changes of dress from the bride and 3 different suits from the groom …. and honestly, as a man who love the style, I was a little jealous of those Peter ones 😉 As previously announced in my journal there was a pre-wedding with traditional Chinese tea ceremony in the afternoon. the tea ceremony is always interesting for a wedding videographer; the beautiful traditional Chinese clothes, the formalities of the ceremony and respect for the family. Also it’s often a moment of big emotions, precious material for an exciting wedding film in perfect Dolcevita Wedding Cinema style! Once again, look at that amazing Chinese wedding dress!
The welcome dinner was held at the B-Roof, the terrace of the Hotel Baglioni where you can enjoy an enchanting view of Florence.
The wedding day, preps, ceremony and reception took place at Villa Cora; Paulina in her breathtaking dress Pronovias looked like a real princess and Peter with an impeccable white tuxedo blazer was perfect for the Tuscan summer. Everything went perfectly just as the bride and groom had dreamed for their wedding day; the magic of a destination wedding in Italy is also this, taking things as they are and enjoy the moments and the atmosphere that a unique place such Florence and Tuscany can give you.
Paulina and Peter are certainly a sophisticated and demanding couple but also very friendly and easygoing people, it was an honor to be chosen directly by them as a wedding videographer for the most important day of their lives, and I do thank them for this. Last but not least, it was a pleasure to work alongside great wedding professionals such the wedding photographer David Bastianoni and the wedding planner Sandra Santoro of gettingmarriedinitaly®, a dream team for a dream wedding.
PH: David Bastianoni