Siobhan and Martin’s wedding at the beautiful winery Masseria Amastuola was nothing short of magical. The couple chose this stunning venue because of its breathtaking views overlooking the wave-shaped vineyards.

The day began with Siobhan getting ready in a her Suite with her bridesmaids, while Martin and his groomsmen got ready in a separate room. The bride wore a beautiful lace gown with a long train, while the groom wore a sharp blue suit with a matching bow tie.

The ceremony took place outdoors with the vineyards serving as a beautiful backdrop. The couple exchanged vows, and there were tears of joy all around.

At the end of the heartfelt ceremony, the guests were greeted with a vibrant aperitivo served with local wines and appetizers. A swing band played lively music that got everyone in the mood for the celebration to come. The guests mingled and enjoyed the stunning views after the ceremony.

After the ceremony, the newlyweds took some time to take photos among on the panoramic roof top terrace,, while the guests made their way to the reception area.

The reception was set up with long tables adorned with pastel-colored blooms, which complemented the natural beauty of the venue. The dinner was a sumptuous feast of local specialties paired with exquisite wines produced by Masseria Amastuola. There were speeches, toasts, and lots of music throughout the night, making the atmosphere lively and joyful.

As the night wore on, the couple cut the cake, and the guests danced the night away under the stars. The night sky was lit up with a spectacular firework display, which added to the magical ambiance of the evening.
Overall, Siobhan and Martin’s wedding was a beautiful celebration of their love, with every detail carefully thought out and executed to perfection. It was a day filled with love, laughter, and happy memories that will be cherished for a lifetime.

Venue | Masseria Amastuola

Photographer | Nastia Vesna

Florist | Rollo Fiori

MUAH | Stefano Comelli

Hair | Alessio Arcadi

Swing Band | Mustacchi Bros