Sweetness, spontaneity and liveliness: these are the keywords for Ilaria and Matteo’s wedding, in the marvelous location of Tiepolo Passi Villa in Treviso.
A simple winter wedding that was the coronation of a dream, surrounded by friends and family.

The bride and groom decided to celebrate a civil wedding in Palazzo Rinaldi, in the heart of Treviso. The celebration was held in the Sala degli Affreschi (frescoes hall), a beautiful hall entirely covered in precious frescoes that reproduce a tapestry pattern, inspired by the luxurious fabrics of the ancient medieval noble families of Treviso.
You couldn’t miss the tender looks of Ilaria and Matteo, and it was hard to hold back a smile seeing the guests’ excitement at the celebration. The celebration was a tender and unique moment for the couple, surrounded by their loved ones. All the guests could feel the palpable thrill during the exchange of the promises, which was the most important moment of this love declaration.

The bride chose a non-traditional dress, which was very elegant: the ivory shirt was tastefully paired with a plaited dusty rose skirt; her delicate rose bouquet had a very bucolic yet romantic style.
The groom chose a midnight blue suit with a white shirt and a dark blue cravat with a flowery pattern. The boutonniere was matching the bride’s dainty bouquet.

Tiepolo Passi Villa, a simple and idyllic wedding

The choice of the wedding venue wasn’t casual: there an old-standing farm building very close to the Villa Tiepolo estate, surrounded by the lush and green Venetian country. Not far from the building there is Villa Tiepolo Passi, a 7th century Venetian villa in the venetian baroque style, majestic and elegant, with a marvelous Italian garden to explore. Wedding villas are the most appreciated places chosen to celebrate the ceremony and the reception, as well as the after party.

In the farm building of Villa Tiepolo the style is country-chic and very traditional. It’s perfect for the spontaneous and simple couple that wants to enjoy the fine and light style of a traditional villa. The country-chic mood is characterized by rustic and natural elements, light and warm tones, which all contribute to create a comfortable and familiar atmosphere.

Surrounded by a vast estate, by vineyards and corn fields, as well as majestic oaks, this location is breathtaking. The bride and groom were able to decorate it perfectly for their wedding reception.
Ilaria and Matteo’s wedding has certainly been a cozy event, tender and snug, where the newlyweds and their guests were able to rejoice in such a happy and special day.

Wedding photographer in Treviso

If you want to make your special day unique and unforgettable, you can rely on the experience of a professional wedding photographer. Choose your own wedding photoshoot, and I will follow you in every location of your wedding day.
Wedding pictures are the best way to remember this magical day, to capture the bride and groom’s love and happiness.
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