Wedding photography Rome, that’s a great experience
Tommaso and Lucia, are two simple guys, where simple for me means wonderful. A day spent between authentic smiles and happiness, enjoying the day and friends and their loved ones. That’s what I mean for wedding photography.
The small oratory, whose origins date back to between C.XI and XII, was restored in 1602-1606 for Cardinal Cesare Baronio and was completed by Cardinal Scipione Borghese (1607-1608) under the supervision of the architect Flaminio Ponzio. The façade shows a sloping roof and it is preceded by a porch with four columns, under which the hall opens up. The interior, based on a unique nave, embodies a wooden roofing, decorated with Cardinal Scipione Borghese’s coat of arms and by angels that hold the Cross of St Andrew. On the altar there is a painting by Cristoforo Roncalli da Pomarance (1552-1662) portraying the Virgin in glory with St Andrew. The walls are decorated with frescoes by Guido Reni, Domenichino and Giovanni Lanfranco with images inspired by the life of St Andres.
I apologize for this story a bit didascalic, searched on the internet, but really deserved a detailed description.
But their wedding on a hot day in June, was so, full of interesting ideas as they are.
For the photos, we chose to make some of them in the garden in front of the church, both in the village of Trevignano, where the guests were received at the Acquerella restaurant, on the shores of Lake Trevignano.
And you eat very well, it must be said and underlined.
In short, I am particularly happy with the result, but it could not be otherwise.
Wedding photography in Rome is always a great choice.
foto: Luigi Orru
wedding dress: Monica Bi
bride shoes: Stuart Weitzman
ceremony: Oratorio di Sant’Andrea al Celio
wedding party: Ristorante l’Acquerella