Some people have very clear ideas about what they want, even when it comes to their pre wedding shooting. They are willing to travel to the other side of the world in order to make their wishes come true – and that’s exactly what Natania and Wilson did.

Natania and Wilson’s pre wedding shooting in Tuscany

This lovely and friendly couple literally contacted me from the other side of the globe: they come from Jakarta, Indonesia… but they were dreaming about the region I live in: Tuscany.

They wanted their pre wedding shooting to cover all the beauty of it: the historic and artistic charm of Florence and the relaxing, genuine vibe of the countryside of Chianti, Tuscany.

Because of the unpromising weather forecast for the shooting day, we had to move up the session to the previous one: even though they were still a bit jet lagged, Natania and Wilson didn’t lose heart – their precious pre wedding shooting was their absolute priority!

The locations of the pre wedding shooting

The itinerary of this sweet pre wedding shooting started in the early afternoon from San Miniato al Monte viewpoint, where the sight of Florence is really breathtaking.

Then we moved to the heart of the city in order to take photos in front of all the wonderful and most iconic spots of it, including the romantic Ponte Vecchio.

Last, but not least, we waited for sunset on the green rolling hills of Chianti, Tuscany: is there anything more enchanting than this kind of frame, to underline the strength of a love story?

To make everything even more perfect, Natania and Wilson paid attention to their outfits too: they wore three different ones in the three different settings of the photo shoot.

This couple is the proof that, when it comes to your pre wedding shooting, you can have anything you want. Tuscany offers so many amazing settings that you will be spoiled for choice – and with me you will be able to completely customize your session in order to have it exactly as you were dreaming it.

Are you ready to celebrate your love in a unique way?

  

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