Monday, November 1, 2010

Ali + Spencer's Wedding Trailer - Florence, Italy

Ali & Spencer's wedding in Italy was a dream come true. Ali had visited Chiesa Di San Biagio in Montepulciano, Italy, when she was in college and dreamt of returning to be married there one day. It was hands down the most beautiful church I've ever filmed.

You couldn't ask for a more perfect day, a beautiful wedding in a 15th century church followed by an amazing reception at Castello di Vincigliata!

Ali says it best here -

"The whole week was amazing. Having the group grow each day that went by coming up to the date of the wedding was so incredible. Our dinners got bigger each night with all the guests arriving into town to a final total of 80 people making it all the way over to Italy for our celebration. That was truly amazing in and of itself. If I had to pick one part of the wedding day that was my favorite, it has to be dancing our first dance and having the amazing firework show start in the middle of our dance. That was truly spectacular!"

So sit back and enjoy Ali + Spencer's wedding trailer!

Ali + Spencer's Ingredients -

Ceremony - Chiesa Di San Biagio
Reception - Castello di Vincigliata
Dress: Ian Stuart-UK
Wedding Planner- Monica Balli-Florence, Italy
Photographer- Carlo Giorgi-Florence, Italy
Creative Design- The Pillow Gift Company- PA, USA
Catering- Galateo- Florence, Italy
Wedding Cake- Vivoli- Florence, Italy


andrew hsu said...

how did you mic the toasts? because they didn't hold the mic to their mouths consistently but your audio is pretty consistent.
great clip.

Adam Forgione said...

Hey Joe, you are a master storyteller, this was absolutely stunning, Bravo!

Joe Simon said...

Thanks guys!

Andrew the mic used for the toasts was a Olympus DM-520 with lav on the table below them. I was also plugged into the mic system, but because the mic was not close to their mouth the table mic sounded so much better.

Vania- Simply Bloom Photography said...

Joe, seriously you should win "most talented artist in this industry" in my opinion.

Joe Simon said...

Thanks Vania!

Przemek said...

A M A Z I N G!
Could you tell me what the name of the song is? I know that it is Sigur Ros, but which song? Pliz man.

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