Elegant spring destination wedding at Isola del Garda in Italy
We sure love hearing from couples who treat their wedding as one big adventure. Sometimes you just have to entertain the thought of a destination wedding long enough to realize it’s actually possible… It just takes some careful planning. Hadeel + Kalil, for example, chose to travel from Texas to Italy for a villa wedding at Isola del Garda, a dreamy spot they’d only seen in photos, knowing it’d be the adventure of a lifetime. Italian Wedding Company helped them bring it to life and Facibeni Fotografia has the images to prove it…
Yep. Can definitely see why one might choose this wedding location from photos alone…
Their story… Hadeel and Khalil were introduced through a mutual friend (thanks, Bridget!). Their friend mentioned that they would be perfect together and they were interested in meeting to see if it was true! They met at a coffee shop for a study date, Khalil was in medical school and Hadeel was in dental school. They stayed at the coffee shop until late that night chatting and getting to know each other. The more time they spent together the more they fell in love.
Love you forever, Italy.
Kudos to our groom on his snazzy white tux!
The couple is from Texas and had never been to the area but they knew Italy would be a magical place for their union. They took a leap of faith and decided to plan a wedding halfway across the world. It was a great decision and the wedding day was a dream come true. The couple’s favorite part was being at Isola del Garda with friends and family from all over the world that they hadn’t seen in years.
Such a beautiful day. Cheers to the happy couple!
Photography: Facibeni Fotografia / Videography: Halo Wedding / Wedding Venue: Isola del Garda in Italy / Reception Venue: La Speranzina / Planning: Italian Wedding Company / Flowers: Alessandro Piacenza / Hair & Makeup: Yasmin Makeup Artist / Invitations: Elegant Wedding Invites / Accommodations: Grand Hotel Fasano / Bridal Dress: Martina Liana from Patsy’s Bridal / Groom’s Attire: The Black Tux