Wedding in Milan, Italy – D&M
A wedding in Milan, Italy, is a wedding in my hometown. I came from there, one of the most important cities of Italy and certainly a place where I love to come back time to time.
Milan probably is not as famous as Florence in terms of touristic attraction but it’s indeed an amazing city. As I usually say to the people that ask me how it is Milan is a city full of hidden beauty, you have to discover it. Not every part is hidden obviously 🙂 Think about the Cathedral, the “Duomo of Milan”, or the amazing castle in the city centre called “Castello Sforzesco”.
A wedding in Milan has been the choice of this lovely Turkish couple coming from the amazing Istanbul. D&M decided to have an intimate ceremony in the city centre. It was February, a bright sunny day of the end of the month and Derya was such an elegant beauty in the streets of the city centre.
Derya is also an amazing photographer specialized in food. I was simply honoured to have the chance to tell her.
An intimate wedding in Milan
An intimate wedding in Milan is indeed a chance to see my hometown in an absolutely unique way.
With D&M we walked in some of the most important places in the city centre, like “Casa degli Omenoni” as well as “Galleria Vittorio Emanuele”
The atmosphere was amazing and I saw some intense candid moment in a walk made behind the Cathedral.
I love to see them so spontaneous after the ceremony.
The little intimate party started in the famous “Via Montenapoleone” where i took several pictures of them inside one of the well-renowned restaurants of that place.
Berniphotography wedding in Milan, Italy.
Berniphotography is the name under I show my wedding photography. My deepest interest in storytelling, in photography and in life itself brought me, through the years, to face different kinds of photography. Mostly I like to tell about people, faces, but I have to admit that I love the idea of travelling and I’m so grateful that my work brought me to some special places and to live in a cosmopolitan city like London.
I came from Italy and the chance to see a wedding in Milan with people from abroad has been an occasion to see my hometown in a different way.