At the Great Synagogue
This was just a stunning wedding celebration starting with the hotel pick up at the Spagna Royal Suite in Rome Italy. A spectacular location for the first look pictures. And some nice macro photography of the rings. Then we jumped in the car and started the wedding photo session around the city. Looking for great spots to take pictures in. Getting some great shots was not hard with such a wonderful couple so much in love! Then it was time to reach the Great Synagogue of Rome for the marriage ceremony. Stunning both inside and out. The ceremony was truly touching in a such a suggestive venue. Then outside an explosion of petals was just waiting for us!
After taking the ritual family pictures we headed for Hotel Intercontinental Roma for refreshments and lunch. And this is where we took the last set of photos.
Time of the year: October
Time of day: Midday
Duration: 5 hrs
Location: Spagna Royal Suite
Ceremony: Great Synagogue of Rome
Venue: Hotel Intercontinental Roma
A very special thanks for making this happen goes out to:
Hair and make up: Janita Helova
Chauffeured car service: WheretoRome
Photography & post processing: Andrea Matone photography studio
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Beautiful pictures Andrea. I recommend your work to anyone considering taking a professional photographer to document their special occasion. I can tell you that the young couple were very happy with the service you gave.