Congratulations to Roger and Judy. Thank you so much for letting us be part of this special event, we really enjoyed spending time with you and your family.
We hope you enjoy looking through a selection of photos from the wedding of Judy and Roger in Lazise in July 2019. It was a so lovely to arrange a wedding in this wonderful village.
The couple stayed in a fabulous apartment next to the town hall which had views over the whole of Lazise and the south of Lake Garda. After 25 years together Judy and Roger finally married.
It was an intimate wedding with just immediate family and close friends.
Roger met the guests outside the Town Hall gates, whilst Judy finished getting ready with her daughter. Then, Judy walked to the town hall where she met the photographer, Gwen Courtman, before heading up to the ceremony.
The wedding was a civil ceremony and all of the guests were gathered round the table to view the wedding. After the wedding, Judy and Roger went outside onto the balcony whilst the guests blew bubbles at them from below. Then, the couple made their grand exit to even more bubbles blown by the wedding guests.
Judy and Roger then took a short work around the village centre with the photographer to capture the beauty of Lazise. There are these lovely curvy lines all along Lazise lake front which make some beautiful photos.
Later, the couple joined the guests in their private apartment that they had hired for the week, where the family had prepared food and drinks.
The couple nipped out of the drinks reception into the gardens of the apartment, where photos were taken under the vines and in the gardens with the castle walls in the background. This apartment is just so unique.
Lazise is one of Lake Garda most picturesque villages. Sitting on the eastern shore, it has a beautiful waterfront and a medieval historic center, full of shops, ice cream shops and pastel buildings that resembles a town on the Riviera.
Picturesque, beautiful waterfront piazza, nice shops, pastel buildings on the shore resembles the Riviera. The port was once important during the dominion of the Venetian Republic. The arched stone building at the port was once the Dogana Veneta, the Venetian Customs House that controlled commerce on Lake Garda. Today it houses an art gallery and hosts summer classical musical concert.
Lake Garda Weddings is Lake Garda's leading wedding planner and has arranged over 3000 weddings in the last 18 years. Photography by Gwen Courtman www.gwencourtman.com