Jewish wedding in Rome, Sinagoga, Cinecittà Studios
Karine and David, two French boys, chose Rome as the setting for their marriage. Being of Jewish religion, the ritual took place in the impressive Tempio Maggiore, one of the largest synagogues in Europe. After the ceremony, Karine and David went to do photos some characteristic streets of Rome. The reception took place in one of the most famous film sets of the Cinecittà Studios, the one of the Ancient Rome. The details of the choreographies were incredible and the international guests were impressed about that atmosphere while they walked among the walls of the Eternal City. The amazement increased with the arrival of the couple on a Vespa from the 70s. The dance party was enlivened by an international music group.