Mirror Booth, selfies to the next level

Mirror Booth is my fantastic new addition for 2018 wedding season. If you want to give a touch of fun and originality to your wedding reception in Italy, Mirror Booth is for you! Zingone at the Wedding has the privilege to be among the very first to have...

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Wedding in Rome, from Coloseum to Villa Miani

When people start to describe the Emerald Island, for a fearless wedding photographer like me, it all sounds like Disneyland! There are be thousands of interesting place and thing to boldly shoot! Moreover, you know what?

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A romantic wedding at Villa Grazioli

Olivia and Silvano said yes, in the church of San Silvestro in Montecompatri and the reception continued in the sixteenth century Villa Grazioli, which with its park and frescoed rooms was the appropriate setting for my photographs...

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A luxury Jewish wedding in Rome

Vanessa and Stuart with their daughters and some friends, came to Rome from London to celebrate their Italian destination wedding and spend a weekend among the capital's monuments and museums and the shopping...

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Wedding reception on Ostia Beach

The Aventino Hill - one of the seven hills of Rome - the beaches and promenade of Ostia (close by Rome) were the beautiful scenery of the pictures that I’ve made for the wedding of Michela and Enrico.

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From London to Villa Grazioli in Rome

A beautiful destination wedding for Victoria and Jonathan, that from London they have decided to get married in Rome in the baroque Church of San Lorenzo, dating back to the fourth century and located in the heart of the city...

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Summer wedding at Santa Marinella castle

Federica and Andy decided to get married in Santa Marinella, the pearl the Tyrrhenian Sea, a popular coastal town located between Rome and Civitavecchia. The ceremony and reception were held at the Odescalchi Castle...

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Wedding vows renewal in Rome

Helen and Santiago are an american married couple that has chosen Rome as a place to renew their wedding vows. The place is the magic Roman Forum and more precisely, the small church of San Sebastiano al Palatino...

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