Where would you want to marry? In Rome! There we go! Jordana and Joel, an American young couple, decided to celebrate their marriage in the heart of the Eternal City.
A black Triumph motorcycle picked Jordana up from her hotel in Corso Trieste where the bride had got ready before heading to the Synagogue. The ceremony was celebrated according to the Jewish tradition.
Jordana and Joel were accompanied outside the Synagogue by the sound of violin, filling the street with a delicate atmosphere. Amongst their guests, Bride and groom glanced at each other like they first did in school, at parties, were they were just friends before falling in love.
Hand in hand they reached the motorcycle that took them to some of the most famous places in Rome: Castel Sant’Angelo, Circo Massimo and finally Cecilia Metella where bride and groom relaxed in a wonderful garden before reaching Villa Grazioli.
This XVI century Villa, throughout decorated with frescos, situated on the hills of Frascati and overlooking Rome, is the ideal location to catch the perfect shoot: the right sunset light, the warm colors and a lively and spontaneous couple.
The weather was not on the bride and groom’s side so Joel and Jordana had to host their guest inside the Villa. According to tradition the microphone was passed around the room, friends and family gave touching speeches describing the newlyweds as a bubbly couple, always up for good fun, parties and a drink with friends.
And when the music started the lights went down and the dance floor filled with guests and a very special dancing couple: J&J!
Couple: Jordana and Joel
Ceremony: Great Synagogue of Rome
Location: Villa Grazioli