Italy Pre-Wedding Photoshoot Location
Once, a great photographer said “You can look at a picture for a week and never think of it again. You can also look at a picture for a second and think of it all your life”. A pre- wedding shoot should be as such that looking at the photographs, anytime, would take you back to the time. Wedding is one of the most important events in the life of a person. Wedding is the symbol of commitment and the foundation of your love to your partner. It’s a declaration to the whole world of your unquestionable affection to your spouse.
The main aim of a pre-wedding shoot is to capture the fun filled, romantic and nervous times of the couple. No sartorial overdoing, no complicated decoration, it’s just the couple and their chemistry that matters.
A plethora of arrangements is essential for a pre-wedding photoshoot. But, the major factor that marks the beauty of a pre-wedding shoot is the location you choose. There are many good pre wedding locations in the world that can act as a perfect background to a romantic pre-wedding shoot. But Italy, never disappoints as a romantic cluster of places to beautify the pre-wedding photo shoot. Considering the most number of world heritage sites, Italy, is indeed the most beautiful country in the world. The combination of scenery, architecture, and history, makes it unique. Italy rewards us with the most wow worthy appeals. There are innumerable places to get the perfect pre-wedding shots.
Different locations in Italy for Pre Wedding Shoot
Florence pre-wedding photography, a city in Italy
Florence, a city in Italy, is known as the Renaissance city. A city of art and culture, like no other in the world. It provides a fun experience with the busy yet unforgettable panorama of the streets of Florence. The popular locations in Florence are- Piazza Della Signoria, Piazza Della Republicca, Ponte Vecchio, Uffzi Gallery, Pallazo Pitti, and Piazzale Michelangelo.
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Another beautiful location in Italy is Tuscany. If you like the countrysides, Tuscany is the perfect city for you. The rolling hills, cypresses, vineyards, olive trees, and old charming towns, give you the experience of a lifetime. The medieval village has a timeless charm that during the morning is even bigger. Delicate gestures, pleasant breeze through the hair, whispered words and steps walked hand in hand, will breathe love during the whole session. It is a small piece of paradise with unspeakable beauty.
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If you are an incurable romantic having inherent sensibility and a nice sense of taste, you wouldn’t hesitate to choose Rome as the location of your pre-wedding photoshoot. Some of the picturesque locations include The Vatican, Lake Como, Lake Garda, and The marbled statues. Others include Aventine Hill and St Peter’s Copula. The best time to shoot in Rome, is, one hour before sunset to catch the fading golden sun rays seeping through the portico.
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How about a place where time seems to have stopped? San Gimignano, a town near Siena, gives you that feeling. It’s thirteenth- fourteenth- century structure has remained virtually intact. What can be a more evocative setting than that given by its ancient towers and the austere constructions of this jewel.
The Piazza del Campo, in the heart of Siena, is in the shape of a shell.
Villa di Corsano, a beautiful site in Val D’arbia, is located in the south of Siena. The peacefulness of this quiet oasis is the most attractive fact of the location.
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Alassio, a town on the Lingurian coast, has steep mountains and beautiful beaches, and is an unspoiled seaside location. Alassio is known as the town of sunshine because of it’s Mediterranean-style houses at it’s location at the foot of two capes. This location will soothe you with the most natural, breathtaking photographs, you desire to get. The location will compliment the photographs with the perfect amount of reality and the chemistry, the couple shows.
Nothing spells love, better than the city of love, Verona. It is the Italy’s fourth-most-visited city. It is made renowned by the world-famous cross-starred couple by Shakespeare- Romeo and Juliet. The house of Juliet, where the real life Cappello family lived, is a throbbing mob scene. The tiny admittedly romantic courtyard and the almost believable balcony, will get you to recreate ‘The tale of true love’.
Another town sharing a tale of love, Terni, has links back to St. Valentine. It is a small hilltop town in Umbria. If you are one of those ‘oozing with love’ couples, this town is a perfect place for you. What spreads love, better than Valentine’s Day? This town will make you feel the love in the air with some pretty streets and townhouses.
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If you are a foody couple, you both can visit the Italy’s famous culinary specialty- Perfect Pasta. Pasta and other cooking classes are offered throughout Italy, but Florence has a number of them, often combined with a tour of food markets and shops in the company of a food-wise local. You can get yourself clicked doing the thing you both will see later and remember, the fun of.
The beauty of Italy is captivating and people that visit fall in love with it instantly. The fresh air and countryside gives it the vibrancy that makes the whole country spark with wonder. Along with its beauty and enriching influence, the best works of literature was produced in this country. Shakespeare’s most popular works were all set in Italia, including Romeo and Juliet, Othello and Much Ado About Nothing. Surprisingly, no evidence was shown that Shakespeare ever even visited Italy, although, he did display the country as a fictional historical figure through his descriptions of towns in Verona, Venice and Rome. If you got the budget for the expenses in Italy, do not hesitate to choose the most beautiful country in the world- Italy.