With amazing views over the Adije river, this luxury wedding venue in this ancient city in Northern Italy was occupied by Napoleon's troops, and it became part of the Kingdom of Italy in 1866. Today, Verona is a thriving city that attracts not only visitors from around the world for its rich history, stunning architecture, and cultural heritage but also brides for destination weddings. It has Juliets balcony from Romeo and Juliet. In the 14th century, Verona became part of the Republic of Venice, and has been ever since.
With sunshine almost guaranteed in summer months this also guarantees and outdoor wedding ceremony! Outdoor ceremonies from a wedding photography perspective are great to work at as there are no restrictions on where we as photographers can stand and allows us the freedom to move around and also use multiple lenses including zooms for punchier effects during the wedding ceremony itself. I won a world destination wedding award for my evening reflection shot of Fraser and Jo. This was a fitting end to wrap up another amazing italian wedding in Verona.