The majority of weddings in Venice occurs in spring or summer .
As already mentioned in this blog, Venice is indeed a gorgeous background for couple portraits in winter too.
Autumn is apparently the less appealing season for couples visiting and getting married in Venice but those who are brave enough to take the challenge might get nice surprises.
This was a case of a seemingly very normal photo session that turned out to be outstanding.
Since the very first moment they were spreading passionate energy all around them which made them and everything around them resonated with their feelings. The passion they had for each other was clear in their smiles, gestures and behaviour which at any time showed their very positive personalities.
This was already clear when they get dressed and ready for the wedding ceremony.
The groom wore a black garment with a red tie and a red rose in his front pocket. Seen together, the two of them looked marvellous with their outfits (including one red umbrella for her and a black one for him) mirroring their strong passion and mutual understanding.
This is the feeling that came to everybody’s mind when looking at the couple heading to the civil wedding venue in Palazzo Cavalli under the November rain.
But rain was no problem at all to them and to their guests: it was clear that their love and strong bond was able to withstand bad weather and any kind of obstacle on that day and on every day of their future life.
This is the reason several creative and colorful portaits hat captured those moments.
The ceremony was simple and intimate yet very intense. Their guests were few yet deeply moved and shared the couple’s excitement which gave the chance for very intense wedding photographs.
After the ceremony was over, the couple tightly hug for a while, stopped to enjoy the view of Canal Grande and Rialto Bridge from the terrace, then left for a romantic walk in Venice. And even if it was raining, the walk turned out to be very romantic indeed, as can be seen in their couple portraits in Piazza San Marco.
The couple hug and kissed in the middle of the flooded San Marco square or getting photographed under arcades, only caring about each other as if the sun was shining above their head or their love was protecting them like a super umbrella!
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