Francesco and Ilaria - Wedding Trailer in Villa Passerini, Cortona.
Villa Passerini, magnificent period residence, ideal location for receptions, wedding banquets, parties for special occasions, was the setting for a moving outdoor civil ceremony, characterized by the promises of Francesco and Ilaria, really excited. In the background, not far away, the historic center of Cortona. The ancient city of Etruscan origin, surrounded by imposing walls, stands on a hill. Like many of the villages scattered on the Tuscan hills it has the appearance of a typical medieval village. Its particular charm is naturally captured, walking through its characteristic alleys. Right here the bride and groom came for a wonderful walk and to relax before returning to the evening celebrations. Through a luxuriant Italian garden with geometric flower beds of box hedges, in the center of which a circular stone basin is arranged, you enter the Limonaia, a large room entirely painted with relaxing trompe l'oeil frescoes, dating back to the early 1800s, where the enchanting dinner took place, illuminated by suggestive small lamps that gently descended from the center of the cross vaults towards the tables and by the fairytale light-shadow games of the candelabra. Finally, the cutting of the cake in the center of the islet on the ancient and suggestive Peschiera in stone, at the time a precious water reserve and today used as a swimming pool, in a crazy setting. This wedding video shows the celebrations and emotions that went on throughout the day. The wedding video of Francesco and Ilaria was made by Milaneschi Films of Arezzo in Tuscany. The videographers who shot the wedding are Stefano Milaneschi and Giulia Nicchi, while the photo shoot was made by the photographic staff of Milaneschi Films. The wedding shoot was done using professional equipment such as Sony Alpha 7s2, Sony Alpha a73, Edelkrone slider, Ronin Dji, canon lenses, zeiss and samyang.
The director of photography is Stefano Milaneschi