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Italian Boho Chic Elopement

Francesco and Gaia took inspiration for their April elopement from a working trip to Australia that they had taken together previously. “We used to live on a farm,” the bride told us, “very close to horses and sheep, surrounded by nature. We loved this kind of environment, so we a chose a country-style wedding.”

Held at Masseria Spinazzo in Salerno, Italy, the couple chose to elope after COVID limitations put stop to their original plans. Their biggest expense was Gaia’s wedding dress as she wanted a ‘perfectly bucolic outfit’; she settled on a gown from Le Spose di Giulio Gaudiosi. 

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I Love Italy – Elegant & Romantic Lake Como Bridal Inspo

Poetry meets elegance, fashion and a touch of Italian style was the brief for this gorgeously sumptuous styled shoot by planner and stylist Georgia or Georgia Louise Weddings. “As a collective, we wanted to put together a styled shoot that differs from the usual classic cliches in inspirational wedding content,” she told us.

“It was also paramount to us to convey the importance of human connection after the crazy times we’ve all had recently. Like everywhere, the Italian bridal scene has had a really rough 18 months, and we wanted to put together this shoot to give hope and joy to all couples that have been through postponing their most important day.”

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Tuscany Forest Elopement with Fine Art Photography

If you are a photographer, or even if you just love the art of photography, read on because I have a sneaking suspicion you are going to go wild for these beautiful images, shot by Studio Fotografico Bacci.

Margot and Simone secretly eloped in Vallombrosa Forest in Tuscany on February 21st this year. “We just wanted just to celebrate our love, no party, no guests”, the bride, who is estranged from her family, told us. “The whole day was was very intimate. We had an exchange of vow and the rings. There were a lot of feelings and good vibes.”

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Punk Meets Pink: A Bikers’ Wedding in Italy

Sara and Gigi combined their mutual passion for motorcycles, 80s hard rock and heavy metal music to create their wedding theme. Married in Mantova, Italy, they created their wedding to feel just like a festival or biker party. A friend who is a graphic designer created their unique wedding logo which they then used on the cake and stationery. Their table plan was a denim jacket with patches on the back, just like a biker would wear!

“A biker metal wedding was the perfect way to express ourselves in our special day”, the bride told us. “We love to go to biker parties around Europe as well as live concerts and festivals such as Wacken, Barcelona Rock Fest and Gods of Metal. 14 years ago we created a free biker association (I Rötam) and until 2016 we organised a biker party every year with rock music, plays, good atmosphere and good food; it was a party for everyone and for all ages. We took inspiration from these for our wedding. We chose pink, purple and black as our theme as they are my favourite colours.”

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Pebble Beach Elopement in Italy

Michael and Jenna, from England, have known each other since they were three! They decided to go to Italy to elope on the pebble beach below the cliffs of Punta Aderci in September. They stayed in Abruzzo for four days with three of their friends.

Having a destination ceremony meant they hired the wedding planners at Creamano to pull everything together for them. “Our wedding was intimate and so sweet”, they told us. “The pandemic made everything more complicated but we were determined to do what we wanted and to be ourselves. We really appreciate everything our wedding planner and photographer did for us.”

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Moody, Abandoned Church Elopement in Italy

Travel lovers Valentina and Daniele chose an abandoned church near Città di Castello in Perugia, Italy, as their wedding ceremony location. Choosing to elope meant they could hike to their chosen spot with just their photographer in tow, and then have the intimate ceremony that they really wanted.

“For us, making the decision to spend the rest of our lives together meant starting an adventure and facing a risky and charming challenge which will turn into a wonderful one”, the bride writes. “That is what we thought about as soon as we got engaged and so that’s also the way we wanted our wedding day to feel.”

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