A Romantic and Charming Pre-Wedding Album in Tuscany, Italy

by Michelle Phang [[ 1512266400000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Pre-Weddings 

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What an enticing occasion it is to have raw, original moments with your beloved recorded in beautiful photography. Singaporean lovebirds, Mindy and Eddy traveled across the ocean all the way to Tuscany in Italy to make everlasting memories through an engagement session. For this intimate affair, the pair specifically chose a Florence-based photographer, Fotomagoria, which is known for their fine-art images.

Led by the photographer, the couple visited the most beautiful places of Tuscany, from alluring ruins to breathtaking landscapes, namely San Galgano Abbey, Bagni Vignoni, Vitaleta Chapel and Cipresses di San Quirico. Amidst all the beauty, which had set in such a romantic vibe to the photos, there's one element that made the album extremely mesmerizing. It's none other than the emotional sparks, their undeniable connection that overflows through the images.

Scrolling through the album, we noticed how the minimal yet adorable the concept was since the pair only featured one outfit for all locations. Even so, they succeeded to instill an understated delicate ambience despite the simplicity, that keeps our eyes locked on frame after frame. The bouquet in her hands was also a beautiful highlight in each photo. Incorporating fall-season foliage and berry-hued florals, this cluster of flowers perfectly completed their country-side trip.

Just scroll back up to indulge in the heartwarming album of Mindy and Eddy, and don't forget to add your favorite shots to the inspiration board!


CREDIT TO VENDORS:

  • Venue: San Galgano Abbey
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  • Dress & Attire: Bluebay Wedding
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  • Decoration & Lighting: Ra Light
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  • Hair & Makeup: Valeriya Azaryonok
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  • Flowers: Jardin Divers
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  • Photography:

    Fotomagoria


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