Wedding Photographer in Pordenone
If you’re looking for a wedding photographer in Pordenone, I’ll be happy to take you through the historical centre streets, among the Duomo of the Cathedral of San Marco Evangelista, the Municipal Palace and the arches of Corso Vittorio Emanuele II.
The city of Pordenone, also known as the “Painted City” for its frescoed palaces and Renaissance buildings, the nerve centre linking Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia.
From the city centre it is possible to reach amazing places easily: here are six among the most beautiful hamlets in Italy, lake Barcis in Valcellina and the Friulane Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
As operation centre of Friuli Venezia Giulia, Pordenone will be a special frame for your wedding day.
Best wedding villas in Pordenone
If you love culture and art, a wedding in Pordenone will be like a dream come true. There are so many luxury spots in both the city and its province, you’ll be spoilt for choice. I hope my advice will help you find the right villa to celebrate the most important day of your life.
Villa Curtis Vadi is an historical villa surrounded by greenery in a secular wood. It was masterfully restored to be the ideal location for your wedding, thanks to its architectural versatility.
With large rooms for a reception inside, the garden offers the perfect spots for an outdoor reception in the hottest months, making it one of the most appreciated wedding location in Podenone.
Tenuta Polvaro is a XVII century building that still maintains all the charm of the time it was finished. Smaller than the typical majestic Veneto villa, it was built on a human scale. It’s welcoming and enriched by the greenery of vineyards.
From the warm rooms for intimate weddings to large halls and verandas for bigger receptions, Tenuta Polvaro is the ideal place for your country-chic wedding.
Let’s not forget you can move to the large private park for an outdoor reception: is there any more romantic moment to stroll in the golden and warm sunset light among the lush vineyards?
If you’re looking for a truly unique wedding location in Pordenone, you can stop at the Gambrinus Park. Located in San Polo di Piave and easy to reach from Treviso, Venice and Pordenone, it represents the evolution of the place dating back to 1847, on the trade route connecting the ancient Venice to Aquileia.
The Secular Park is the flagship of the building. It’s brushed by the springs of the Lia river on which is the Ponticello, the perfect distinctive spot for your Bucolic-like wedding.
The Park and the Terrace are ideal for your outdoor reception or a rich welcome aperitif before heading to the Sala del Cenacolo, with its XVI frescoes and colourful mosaics.
Just picture it: the Sala Parco, a restored former barn, or the Veranda, which is completely surrounded by the Secular Park greenery, on a summer day at sunset. Don’t you feel like it’s the perfect location for your wedding in Pordenone?
Borgo dei Conti della Torre is a prestigious historic residence dating back to the 17th century in Morsano al Tagliamento. The structure is immersed in the green of the surrounding fields and the well-kept Italian garden. Inside are the various buildings that make up the village, including the Villa, the Barchessa and a romantic little church. Skilfully restored spaces are now the perfect location for fairytale weddings and events. The enchanted atmosphere that guests breathe as they stroll through the interior rooms is truly indescribable. Here frescoes and period furniture blend with more modern solutions, creating a perfect balance between past and present. A place where history, art and nature come together, leaving visitors' eyes filled with wonder.
Villa Gozzi stands in Arcugnano, in the province of Vicenza, on the foundations of a 13th-century fortress. It is a historic residence immersed in the green Berici Hills and surrounded by a park of rare beauty.
This is where the structure of the Villa develops, today the ideal location for your wedding and moments of relaxation. In the spacious rooms, recently restored to their original splendour, you can experience moments of pure magic together with your guests. An evocative location, far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, where you can organise an elegant and refined reception that will leave a lasting memory in the hearts of all participants. Villa Gozzi is truly a magical place that will make your wedding even more special.
In the gentle Venetian countryside, the beautiful Villa Luppis stands in Rivarotta Pasian. The structure boasts a historical heritage of great prestige, as it was built at the beginning of the 11th century and then secularised by Napoleon. The Villa is immersed in a vast park full of centuries-old trees, under whose branches you can celebrate your weddings and receptions. Inside the Villa, three different halls are characterised by wooden ceilings, period furniture, and finely frescoed walls. A truly magical location, where time seems to stand still. Thanks to its strategic position, immersed in the sweet countryside, and its perfect state of preservation, Villa Luppis is definitely the ideal location for a fairytale and elegant wedding.
Whatever location you choose for your wedding photos in Pordenone, don't forget to count on the right wedding photographer.
He will capture the emotions of that day and turn them into memories you will cherish forever.
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