Suggestive and magical, a wedding in Puglia is the dream of many Italian and international couples who greatly admire the intimate and intense atmosphere of this destination where nature, history and culture create a harmonious union. A wedding in Puglia was also Karin and Wayne’s dream, a couple from Los Angeles who said “I do” in the town of Fasano in a magnificent historic building. Located on the border between Salento and Bari, near Alberobello and Cisternino, Fasano boasts ancient farms, charming churches and renowned archaeological sites, such as the Dolmen of Montalbano, thought to have been built in the early Bronze Age; the National Archaeological Park of Ignazia, one of the most interesting archaeological sites in Puglia; and the Tempietto di Seppannibale, dating back to the ninth century and one of the oldest of its kind in Puglia.
The location where Karin and Wayne wanted to experience the run up to the wedding and the ceremony itself was equally emotional and evocative, Borgo Ignazia, in Savelletri di Fasano in the province of Brindisi, a luxurious and characteristic hotel with a sea view surrounded by beautiful Arab-style gardens and dry stone walls, typical of Puglia. Immersed in green Mediterranean shrubland, among ancient olive trees, seasonal plants and flowers, Borgo Ignazia, elegant and sophisticated, is the ideal location to experience intimate and unforgettable moments.
Bride & Groom:
Karin & Wayne
Origin of wedding couple:
Borgo Ignazia, Savelletri di Fasano (Brindisi), in Puglia
Municipality of Fasano (Brindisi), in Puglia
Rino and Luigi Cordella
Marcella Cecere, Elena Le Fosse
Commune di Fasano