Helen & Enrico

In Fontanafredda, one of the most beautiful locations for weddings in the Langhe, is the day of an “international” wedding: that of Helen and Enrico. English and Italians celebrate in this fabulous corner of Piedmont, that is famous throughout the world for great wines and UNESCO heritage landscapes.

And in this gallery there are photos to relive the event in all its intensity!

Wedding ceremony at the Horszowski Auditorium, Monforte d’Alba

The bride prepares in a room of the Costa Bussia farm – Tenuta Arnolfo, together with her relatives who have come from England for the big event. Mom and sister are very happy, and the bridesmaids in elegant green dresses help Helen in the preparations.

The ceremony is in a very special place in the Langhe del Barolo. This place is the Horszowski Auditorium, in Monforte d’Alba, a small and very particular amphitheater in the center of the country, with perfect acoustics.

A perfect acoustics also to listen to the Yes that is said Helen and Enrico in the ritual that unites them in marriage!

Wedding reception at Tenuta Fontanafredda

After a few minutes by car, here we are in Fontanafredda, a vast estate with vineyards as far as the eye can see, and with a starred restaurant that offers guests a menu of the highest level.

Many children make the atmosphere very lively. Meanwhile, with the couple we move first in the park and then in the ancient Winery, amid rows of fine wines, for some photographs to the bride and the groom.

A beautiful dinner: speech, toast, joy and emotion around the protagonists of this wedding. Finally, the outdoor dances!

“It’s too beautiful to throw it. I want to keep it!” Helen decided: no throwing of the bouquet. She is the bride, so everything is granted to her! And she is an English bride, as we know England “is trendy” in weddings like few other nations, just think of the emotion that create the “royal weddings” of the British royal family all over the world.

Helen and Enrico, best wishes for such happiness!

2 June 2018

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