Sarah and Jakob's wedding was the perfect example of a beautiful close-knit wedding. First, they had their wedding in a grotto, a typical Italian artificial cave filled with white flowers, surrounded by friends and family. They also had their own take of what's called "unity ceremony" in which they poured together different colored sands as a symbol of their union.
One of the prettiest sights was their reception dinner area. Instead of using a number of separate tables they used one very long table for the al-fresco dining. It's as if they do not want to be separated and want to share their happiness with all guests. Scroll through the pictures and sink in the beauty.
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Here is a little something from the photographer:
This is a wedding where the Italian tradition meets the Swedish one. Sarah and Jakob met in London, where they both live for years to work. She's Italian and he's Swedish and they chose Tuscany for their big day. The ceremony was set up in front of their families and friends in a grotto. The villa also included an amazing Italian garden where the guests were able to enjoy a cocktail with the view of Florence at sunset before dinner. Family and friends gathered around a single table with the bride and groom where, according to the Swedish tradition, there were many speeches from their loved ones.