Being a wedding photographer in Tuscany is like a dream! The contrast of the rolling hills and vineyards and iconic cities and towns like Florence, Lucca and Siena make it such a romantic place. The breathtaking scenery and bustling piazzas of Tuscany attract many couples who wish to marry here each year and we can see why!

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Being a wedding photographer in Tuscany will take you to many beautiful places around this region. One of our favourite experiences was photographing a recent wedding in Florence. 

The ability to capture the bustling atmosphere that only Florence can offer was amazing. Our couple had chosen to marry in the centre of Florence at Palazzo Vecchio. Palazzo Vecchio is a popular venue choice for weddings in Florence as it is so iconic. You can marry in the opulent 'Sala Rossa' and then wander through the streets to your chosen wedding reception venue. This is exactly what one of our Italian couples did! 

The newlyweds, along with their family and friends, paraded past the world famous Duomo and through narrow Florentine streets. They had locals wishing them well, calling out 'Auguri!', meaning 'best wishes', as they passed. They then held their Tuscan wedding reception in a hidden courtyard in the centre of Florence.  

We absolutely love outdoor weddings! The gardens of the villas in Tuscany are often filled with lemon trees and orange trees, our favourites! All of these elements really capture the essence of this wonderful Italian region and make the Tuscan wedding experience unique.

An Adventure in florence!

Wherever we are in the world, our approach is the same. We always strive to be unobtrusive, warm and professional. 
Our approach to wedding photography in Tuscany carries this same hallmark. 

Throughout most wedding days, we photograph natural, candid moments between our couples and their guests. These are always our favourite moments. Such moments are even at better Tuscan weddings with that warm light and ambience that is synonymous with Tuscany.

Our ability to photograph in a reportage style is what attracts many of our clients to commission us for their wedding. Our couples love natural, documentary, reportage wedding photography that we can create through our photographs. We always aim to capture the smallest of details and moments. 


For us, being able to capture an embrace between the mother of the bride and her daughter, or the bursts of laughter between guests during the speeches is what we love most. Of course, we also love creating unique and dramatic wedding portraits too. We are very versatile and work together seamlessly to make epic portraits. We use can use natural or studio lighting to give our photography an editorial and professional look.  Please look through some of our galleries and blog for examples.

Our creative and unique approach 

Many couples from the UK, the USA, and Australia choose the stunning region of Tuscany for their wedding. If you are among them, then having an English speaking wedding photographer in Tuscany is very important. 

To be able to express what you want from your wedding photographer before, during and after your wedding day is key. Wedding photographs, are one of the few lasting elements after your wedding day. It's vital that your wedding photographer can understand your vision and communicate clearly to you on your wedding day. 

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Every time we visit, we discover more exciting and idyllic places to take wedding photographs in Tuscany. 

Colourful doorways down hidden side streets, beautiful vineyards up in the hills, grand castles and majestic Italian villas.  There are so many creative opportunities for photographs. 

If you are looking for a Tuscan wedding Photographer, please do get in touch with us via our contact form.

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