This is the story of a wonderful Jewish marriage in Rome. As a photographer who works abroad and in Italy with spouses who come from foreign countries, I am used to rituals and ceremonies that bask in detail, organization, words, religious beliefs and customs. Each time it means discovering a different world, another way of celebrating love on the wedding day.
Margaux and Benjamin’s wedding was not the first Jewish marriage I worked for, but it was still an amazing experience. The spouses have chosen the splendid Rome, a dream location like Villa Miani where relatives and friends have joined and lived with them this special day.
This neoclassical villa, built in the late nineteenth century and surrounded by an elegant garden and a refined lawn, was the perfect setting for the experienced day of the wedding planner Stefania Zen: the enchanting view over Rome gave a magic touch at the time of the celebration, as well as at the wild dances that – together with the traditional dances – animated the night.