Morcote Castle, Wedding venue in Lugano, Switzerland

There is something so magical about being sorrounded by the beauty of Lugano lake in Switzerland, by medieval castle, the Morcote’s castle and by the cheerfulness of a party accompained by the bagpipers, to host a celtic style.
The handfasting ceremony, that means “tie the hands” with a ribbon, has ancient celtic origins and represents the union and reciprocal engagement of the couple.
It also refers to a strong connection with the nature, that’s why Prisca and Mauro had exchanged thier vows under a big oak tree.
The celebrant was also a friend of the couple who made the ceremony more personal and intimate.
The castle of Morcote in Lugano lake, Switzerland, was just perfect for a wedding so special.