Intimate, sophisticated, joyful. These three words perfectly describe what Caterina and Samuel chose their wedding day to be like. Running a restaurant together in Spain, were they currently live, they put Rome's beauties and excellent food at the top of their priorities. Hassler Villa Medici was the perfect answer to their needs, being one of the most awarded restaurants in Rome and offering probably the most beautiful view over the Eternal City. Most of their guests were coming from Spain to Rome for the first time, so having the chance to enjoy a stunning view over the rooftops and the ancient buildings while having a true taste experience was certainly a beautiful gift for them. The second part of the wedding reception was held at Salotto 42, an intimate little place in the very heart of the city. This was beyond doubt my favorite part the day: late October afternoons are the perfect time to enjoy Rome's streets and I absolutely loved capturing the guests relaxing and having their cocktails in one of the most beautiful hidden corners of Rome. Could you imagine a more perfect way to end the day than throwing the bouquet with an ancient Roman temple as a backdrop?
Bride's dress: Jenny Packham
Hair & MUA: Nardi
Ceremony venue: Sala Rossa, Campidoglio
Reception venues: Hassler Villa Medici & Salotto42