Verona Wedding Photographer – Oliwia and Graham

Oliwia and Graham and their elopement in Verona at Juliet’s house. A real Romeo and Juliet wedding.

This kind couple and their three children came to Verona to celebrate their wedding day. In a stunning, historical and probably the most romantic location of the town: Juliet’s house, a medieval house. 

Their Pagan ceremony was celebrated with the ancient and fascinating  Handfasting to make their eternal union. This was our first time with this kind of ceremony, a very particular spirituality and of course, their strong love. 

After the wedding ceremony we all took a walk in Verona, a very crowded afternoon but there is always the way to find the right corner for a photo and an Italian ice cream helps the little ones to enjoy the moment. 

Then for the wedding dinner at Villa dei Cedri in Lazise. Peaceful place near Lake Garda. 

Couldn’t we remember Juliet and Romeo love song? Lovely people, we wish you all the best!

I can’t do the talk like they talk on TV
And I can’t do a love song like the way it’s meant to be
I can’t do everything but I’d do anything for you
I can’t do anything except be in love with you
Mark Knopfler

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