Wedding Locanda Cipriani, Torcello

Wedding Locanda Cipriani Torcello – Wedding Photographer Venice

Serena + Pierre-Oliver – September 27th, 2014

Location: Locanda Cipriani, Church of Santa Fosca, Torcello
Wedding Planning: My Italian Wedding Planner
Photographers: Mauro Pozzer & Selene Pozzer

Serena and Pierre-Oliver are an Italian-French couple living in France who chose the amazing Venice, hometown of the bride, for their wedding.
The couple chose the amazing Torcello Island as the perfect location for their wedding, and the team of My Italian Wedding Planner organized a wonderful wedding – the tables were named after the most important people who lived or loved the amazing island of Torcello, from Ernest Hemingway to Queen Elizabeth II, from March Chagall to Maria Callas, up to Jack Nicholson and Charlie Chaplin!
In fact, the getting ready and reception of the wedding took place in probably the most famous location of Torcello: Locanda Cipriani, that hosted these great people and many others in its historical walls.
For this wedding we left Venice with the couple and their families to reach Torcello via water taxi. After having visited the soon-to-be location of their wedding and baptism of their son, the amazing Church of Santa Fosca, the getting ready of the spouses started in two rooms of the Locanda Cipriani.
Serena, the bride, got ready with her mum and sister under the able hands of the amazing make-up artist Marcela Bantea, and with the couple’s baby son crawling around the room!
Once all their friends and relatives got to the island, the wedding and baptism started – the Church of Santa Fosca, with its Venetian-Byzantine style is incredibly beautiful, especially when decorated with the white and green colors-symbol of the wedding!
After the ceremony we had the couple shooting among the small streets and bridges of Torcello – even on the worldwide famous Devil’s Bridge!
Once the couple shooting was over, we went back to the Locanda where everything was perfectly prepared for the aperitif and the nuptial dinner: the tables were awesome; each of them had the name of an historical person connected to the island. Moreover, each table had a Polaroid Camera on, and the guests could shoot pictures at each other and write something for the couple. Just a different guest book!
After the dinner, it was up time for the cutting of the cake, the sparkles send off and the actual party!
A beautiful wedding in an unforgettable location!