Elopement goals: An intimate and romantic Italian elopement in Venice

February 14 | bijouxandbits  
Photos by: Barbara Zanon
An intimate and romantic Venice elopement
Photos by Barbara Zanon

Diana and Manuel took a gondola tour of the Grand Canal in Venice at their lovely Italian elopement. They made stops at the piazza for photos and, of course, their intimate sunset ceremony alongside the canal, serenaded by a soprano.

Passersby couldn't stop staring (as you'll see!) as the pair strolled around in their formal wear and matching blue orchids for the bouquet and boutonniere. It's an elopement dream. Plus, Italy is never a bad idea. Let's take a peek at this elopement in Venice which is almost TOO romantic for this Valentine's Day. Just watch out for those huge flocks of pigeons…

An intimate and romantic Italian elopement in Venice

An intimate and romantic Italian elopement in Venice

An intimate and romantic Italian elopement in Venice

An intimate and romantic Italian elopement in Venice

An intimate and romantic Italian elopement in Venice

An intimate and romantic Italian elopement

An intimate and romantic Italian elopement

An intimate and romantic Italian elopement

An intimate and romantic Italian elopement

An intimate and romantic Italian elopement

An intimate and romantic Italian elopement

An intimate and romantic Italian elopement

An intimate and romantic Venice elopement

An intimate and romantic Venice elopement

An intimate and romantic Venice elopement

An intimate and romantic Venice elopement

An intimate and romantic Venice elopement

An intimate and romantic Venice elopement

An intimate and romantic Venice elopement

An intimate and romantic Venice elopement

Vendors

Wedding Planner: Angel Lion Weddings • Flowers: Fantin Fiori • Photographer: Barbara Zanon • Soprano singer: Asako • Celebrant: Chiara Frezza • Video: Claudio Polotto

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