Bride and groom kissing behind a water fountain at Villa Siena.

If you are looking for a stunning venue, then having a Tuscany Wedding at Villa Siena will fit the bill. Cynthia and Aaron spent a lot of time researching their wedding vendors and they chose the perfect location.

Tuscany Wedding at Villa Siena

After meeting Cynthia & Aaron and hearing about their wedding details I was silently crossing my fingers they would choose me to document their day. They asked all the right questions during the consultation meeting and I knew they were serious about the wedding photography. These are my kind of clients who treasure the images of the wedding day. They wanted their day preserved for all time and choosing the right photographer was important to them. I apparently hit all the checklist items for them as I had the privilege of photographing their big day.

During their engagement session I couldn’t help but notice how perfect these two are for each other. Spend just a little time with Cynthia and Aaron and you feel like you have known them forever. They are so sweet and genuine you just want to give them a big hug. Upon arriving at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church my assistant photographer and I setup for the start of the wedding ceremony. As the procession started I couldn’t wait to see Cynthia come down the aisle. Every little girl grows up dreaming of this day and I couldn’t wait to see the smile on her face. She looked absolutely stunning in her Justin Alexander wedding dress. Cynthia and Aaron took their place at the alter as the priest began the ceremony.

As the ceremony finished up we took a few family photos and then headed over to Villa Siena for the wedding reception. This was my first time photographing a wedding at Villa Siena and I couldn’t wait to create some artistic images for Cynthia and Aaron. We made use of the entire venue getting a variety of photographs. The landscaping and architecture make it a perfect place for a Tuscany Wedding at Villa Siena. Simply gorgeous.

The reception wound through the night with toasts, dancing, and the limbo. Each of the bridal party gave heartfelt speeches for our couple and of course some fatherly advice was dealt out as well. Below are a few of my favorite images from their day. Please enjoy.

Wedding rings laying on bride's bouquet.

Bride and groom walking down aisle at Holy Spirit Catholic Church.

Bride and groom kissing during Catholic ceremony.

Wedding details of brides bouquet.

Close up of groom's boutonnière.

Groom staring at bride from behind at Tuscany Wedding at Villa Siena.

Bride posing in a chair while holding bouquet in the courtyard area of Villa Siena.

Bride posing with back to the camera at Villa Siena.

Groom dipping bride in front courtyard of Villa Siena.

Bride and groom embracing in courtyard of Villa Siena.

Groom portrait at Villa Siena.

Brides bouquet placed in the handles of the iron gate at Villa Siena.

Bride posing in front of iron gates of Tuscany Wedding at Villa Siena.

Bride and groom posing in front of the fireplace at Villa Siena.

Three tier wedding cake at Villa Siena.

 

First dance with the bride and groom at Tuscany Wedding at Villa Siena.

Bride and groom hanging out with DJ.

Bride and groom dancing during wedding reception.

Groom kissing the neck of the bride at Tuscany Wedding at Villa Siena.

Every wedding is a production with a behind the scenes cast to make it happen. Cynthia and Aaron chose top notch vendors for their special day. Big thanks to the following for making their wedding perfect:

Wedding venue – Villa Siena wedding coordinator [email protected]

Bakery – Piece of Cake [email protected]

Flowers – Flowers by Jodi [email protected]

DJ – Ray the DJ with Marcus [email protected]

Makeup – The Sparkle Bar [email protected]

 

 

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