Whilst working through travel photos my mind keeps going back to this city wedding that we stumbled upon in Turin a year ago (yes, pre-COVID). First we saw the car and knew that an Italian city wedding was likely to be happening somewhere close by.
How did we know this?
It being Turin (Torino, in Italian) and it being parked on the Piazza which is normally not permitted there was a very fast car with an obvious wedding bow.
An Italian wedding in Turin!
Videographer readies his camera
We love to stumble upon a wedding! David is all camera, action and looking for that perfect shot. You cannot get the movie-maker out of this world class destination wedding videographer.
Where, oh where is the bride?? Clearly this is less than a private wedding affair as well-dressed wedding guests were gathering outside on Piazza Carlo Alberto in the middle of a public square … and looking excited. Cameras ready, we took a seat at a café to wait and see what would happen next.
After a short while, the newly married couple arrived as the sounds of cheers and clapping rose.
The bride and groom were married in a civil courts way, as they emerged looking splendid and happy not from a church, but from an official government building just off the piazza.
Gorgeous city photo and wedding video locations
In the meantime we looked for …
… and found beautiful, characterful city wedding video backdrops if only we had been awarded the job to make that movie!
We could not help ourselves conjuring up the many shots that could have been. Photojournalism comes to mind. This city is picture perfect for an urban style wedding video film. Imagine shots with amazing architecture as backdrops that you’d see in a Vogue magazine.
A splendid wedding film could have been produced that day!
Turin is a stylish, classy, elegant Italian city. Probably one of the richest, with many famous brands hailing from either Turin or Piedmont the region or state in which Turin is situated. Think – Eataly, Fiat the car manufacturer and for those with weakness for the hazelnut spread Nutella, also Ferrero Rocher.
The city is replete with stunning buildings, piazze, fountains and like all of Italy, its full of history.
Such fun to be a bystander at times. Less pressure of course, but you can’t stop the film maker process kicking in.