Wedding Photographer Venice | Kerry & Chris | October 11th 2012

Alternative Wedding in Venice | Kerry & Chris

Wedding Photographer Venice | Kerry & Chris


Date: October 11th 2012
Location: Best Western Hotel Sant’ElenaChurch of Santa Maria dei Miracoli
Wedding Planning: The Venice Wedding Planner
Photographers: Mauro Pozzer & Edoardo Morina

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Kerry and Chris are a beautiful couple from Boston who chose Venice as a location for their wedding. The outlook of these wedding photos is really peculiar, as you can see. Indeed, Chris’s passion is Street Photography, and the best way for us to homage his passion was to give a more spicy and alternative look to their wedding photos.
Kerry and Chris were staying at the beautiful Best Western Hotel Sant’Elena, close to the center of Venice.

Kerry got ready in one of the suites with her friend, in a happy and joyful atmosphere. Chris, instead, got ready with his best men in another room.. Without forgetting to shoot photographs to the photographers, too! The groom and his friends reached the amazing church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli by foot and by water taxi.
It is an unforgettable experience, to watch the palaces of Venice right from its channels! The same did Kerry and her friends; she was wearing her beautiful white dress while her bridesmaids were dressing dark blue. The Catholic ceremony was led by the resident priest of the church, and it was beautiful and touching.

After the ceremony, the couple shooting was performed on the water taxi first, then through the calles of Venice. The shooting was particularly interesting, because the situation allowed us to mix between the Street Photography genre and our typical fashionable style.

Then, shooting a kiss in Saint Marco’s square with a fisheye lens was absolutely great! After the shooting, Kerry and Chris came back to the hotel for the wonderful outdoors reception that was prepared for them, in a great and scenic awning. The night went on with music, dances and toast, and ended with an unforgettable fire of Chinese Lanterns, whose lights were amazingly reflecting on the water of the Laguna by night.