Among the many great wedding locations where to elope in Italy, Cinque Terre have to be mentioned among the most charming.
Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, and Monterosso; these are the names of the villages. Couples who decide to celebrate a wedding in Cinque Terre will benefit not only from the turquoise, clear waters but also from the natural setting, where the untouched nature is interspersed with vineyards, olive groves, and orchards, creating a valuable relationship between man, his traditions and this outstanding stretch of coast.
Cinque Terre are one of God’s remarkable gifts to landscape, portrait and wedding photographers. Every village provides many excellent backdrops for breathtaking photos. While they are now discovered, I see many more happy couples strolling around and kneeling down for a romantic and unforgettable wedding proposal in the quieter hours of the evening.
Here you will enjoy the sun, sea, wine, and pure, unadulterated Italy. Celebrating a wedding in Cinque Terre is an unforgettable experience. That’s why this couple has decided to arrange their intimate and romantic elopement here. The bride and the groom, from Canada, exchanged the vows and the rings on an ancient mooring for boats, surrounded by the turquoise sea and the dark rocks of the Cinque Terre, at sunset.
After that, they wandered lazily together up and down the paved main streets of the village. And while I was taking photos, they seat on a bench, gelato in hand, enjoying the endless congratulations by locals and tourists. They felt a part of the scene; they enjoyed this unique mix of Italian culture and nature. She wore a beautiful Jenny Packham gown A lovely tiara on his head, and a silk flower bouquet by Calfolia made her charming. He was wearing a blue suit, perfectly matching with the colour of the seaside.
The Cinque Terre is the most seductive corner of the northern Italian coast for romantic destination elopements. The logistic here is complicated, but if you’re looking for the best backdrops for wedding photos ever, you cannot help but consider this six-mile stretch of wonders.