Wedding elopement in Sardinia: a romantic and relaxed wedding surrounded by nature.
She is Jamaican, he is Italian and they met in Canada where they live and work. They and their little Matteo decided to get married in Sardinia, in the village of San Giovanni di Sinis.
Kaya and Luca
got ready in their little house by the sea, helping each other and at the same time cuddling their sweet 6-month-old Matteo.
He’s an engineer, she’s a creative artist who works with museums in Toronto, they work in smart-working from the village of San Giovanni di Sinis and in their spare time they surf the waves of this paradise.
An intimate wedding in a spectacular location between the sea and ancient architecture such as the Church of San Giovanni di Sinis, dating back to the 6th century and later revised between the 9th and 10th centuries (one of the oldest churches in Sardinia) and one of the two coastal towers, the Torre di San Giovanni (named after its proximity to the church) dating back to the late 16th and early 17th centuries.
Kaya and Luca had a wonderful creative partnership, we took our time and did some very interesting light experiments.
As a backdrop for the vows and rings, they chose a beach a few minutes from the village.
The central-western coast of Sardinia is a true unspoilt paradise, one of the many ideal locations for a Wedding Elopement in Sardinia.
The organisation of the service was masterfully supervised by the talented wedding planner Alessandra Castangia.
I was deeply impressed and moved by Kaya’s words:
“We absolutely love them! They perfectly embody the ethereal, relaxed approach we wanted to bring to our ‘elopement’ ♥️
We love love love the intimacy of the photos in the church. How lucky we are as a couple to have you capture those moments in such a beautiful, untouched place. I keep remembering the ‘music’ of the birds’ wings while we were shooting. I am so excited to see these everyday in our home in Toronto and remember this day and Sardegna. “
WP Alessandra Castangia @alessandracastangia
Location – Villaggio di San Giovanni di Sinis – Chiesa di San Giovanni di Sinis – Torre di San Giovanni di Sinis
MUA Giulia Tiddia @giuliatda
Flowers: Vittorio Mura Floral Design