Martina and Simone are a sweet and cool couple from Florence, Italy that decided to get married in Sept, 2017. Having set aside a very nice Tuscan country wedding, they decided to also include a pre-wedding shooting. While planning, they came up with the idea of Cinque Terre, one of the most romantic and beautiful places on Earth for their location and they contacted Matteo Innocenti Photography for his expertise. The weather was on their side since the light was strong and they had a lot of fun while shooting.
Manarola’s rocks consisted of the first part of their session, then they moved to Vernazza for the beach shooting. Shooting this pre-wedding in Cinque Terre, Italy was as perfect as it could go as it is one of the most amazing and romantic places in Italy. Aside from the usual architecture and museums that tourists are so fondly of, Italy has a natural beauty itself and Cinque Terre proves it.
The mountainous rocks full of cracks and textures interweaved into a grand form, while the waves that crash against these rocks gave the calming and relaxing effect to the atmosphere. Our couple was at ease, enjoying the scenery and their interactions were beautiful, warming us up with their ingenuity and love.
The second part was on the sandy beaches. After carefully selecting the time, they managed to take amazing photos away from people in the sunset. Caressing each other and seeing how close they are to tie the knot, both of them had joy displayed on their faces. The smiles, the kisses were even sweeter and the intimacy in the air can’t help but make us love them both!
Promising to spend their eternity together, their lives may be as unpredictable as these waves, but they have each other to fall back on from now on. Bonding well and on the path to marriage, they’re ready to face the storm and the seas. And with love they shall prevail.
Thanks to our photographer Matteo Innocenti Photography for his shots of beauty and thanks to our lovely couple sharing this sweet pre-wedding album from Cinque Terre.
Photography: Matteo Innocenti Photography