Wolfgang and Renate contacted me speaking me about an inimate wedding in Val d’orcia.
Soon I realized that their marriage would have been unique.
First of all hey were looking for a wedding photographer for their wedding in Tuscany.
They told me that there would have been only them, the best man, the bridesmaid…and a red Fiat 500!!!
They just wanted spend their special day in the best way possible, enjoying the real taste of Tuscany.
I was veryexcited about helping them to realize their dream cause I live in Val d’Orcia and I really love this country.
I immediately contacted the wedding planner to know more details.
Wolfgang and Ranate would have their getting ready to the “La locanda del Loggiato”, a really nice b&b in Bagno Vignoni
and a perfect location for wedding in Val d’Orcia.
The ancient village of Bagno Vignoni is located in the heart of Tuscany, in the Val d’Orcia natural park.
At the heart of the village is the “Square of sources”, namely a rectangular tank, of sixteenth-century origin,
which contains the original source of water that comes from the subterranean aquifer of volcanic origins.
The ceremony took place in San Quirico d’Orcia, a charming, walled town on the northern edge of the Val d’Orcia.
After the ceremony I purpose them to take a walk around the village, have an aperitif and finally to take some pictures into Horti Leonini,
a superb example of the Italian garden.
They asked me about a particular place to have lunch and I decided to bring them in San Giovanni d’Asso to taste
the real flavour of Tuscany. Here is a typical food store who offers special products in a very simple way, probably the most characteristic I know.
After the lunch we started a fantastic road trip around the Val d’Orcia stopping time to time to take pictures and finally
we came back to Bagno Vignoni where Barbara and Sabrina were waiting us for the dinner.
I will always remember this fantastic wedding in val d’Orcia.
An incredible day through magnificent villages like Bagno Vignoni, San Quirico d’Orcia and Pienza,
getting lost in the country roads of the Val d’Orcia cuddled by the gentle sun of September.
A special thanks to my friends Sabrina and Barbara