22 Mar Gay Wedding Proposal Venice – Alessia & Beatrice
Gay Wedding Proposal Venice
Gay Wedding Proposal Venice – Same Sex Couple Photographer
Gay Wedding Proposal Venice – The coronation of a stunning, romantic love story
How can I describe this couple shooting using few words…
A lot of emotion, and so much love!
Alessia and Beatrice have been a couple for thirteen years, they grew up together and the love they share is really touchable.
I had the privilege to photograph the moment when Alessia knelt in front of her Beatrice and asked her to marry her, in San Marco Square, at night after having spent a few hours shooting together.
Needless to say, I was crying too!
A beautiful love story I had the privilege to tell, two days in Venice, a shooting in everyday clothes and the second one in Victorian age dresses (it was Carnival time!), and a lovely marriage proposal… And so much love.
Congratulations to the future brides 🙂
Location: Venezia, Hotel Molino Stucky, Island of Giudecca
Photographer: Selene Pozzer
As those who know me already know, I am a total romantic person and I love Love, in all its forms. I get emotional quite often, so the first time Alessia wrote me telling me her love story with Beatrice I understood that I would have totally loved the time we would have spent together!
Thirteen years of love, a super strong relationship, and a life-changing feeling. This is what I saw in the eyes of this girls as they came to my studio to plan their couple shooting, as I saw the look in their eyes as they were talking about each other.
Naturally, Beatrice didn’t know about the proposal!
After a couple of hours shooting in Venice, we reached San Marco by night. There, Alessia knelt to her Beatrice and asked her to marry her, with shiny eyes and a lot of emotion.
Such a sweet moment that filled my heart with joy – this is why I love this job!
The next day we had a second couple shooting starting from their Hotel, Molino Stucky in the Giudecca.
To celebrate the Carnival properly Alessia and Beatrice wore two amazing Victorian age dresses. Their clothes and the peculiar architecture of the island of the Giudecca made this part of the shooting a little steam-punk – I loved it!
Finally, we reached Piazza San Marco and ended the shooting there.
I will never forget the two days we spent together, and I will cherish in my heart the memory of such a pure, great love. Congratulations, future brides! 🙂