24 Jul Wedding Juliet House | Amy & Elvis
Wedding Juliet House | Amy & Elvis
Wedding Juliet House
“Oh, blessed, blessed night! Because it’s dark out, I’m afraid all this is just a dream, too sweet to be real.”
Amy and Elvis’s wedding in Verona wanted to follow the steps of the famous love XVII Century literature story : Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
Each detail of their day was strictly connected to the Shakespearean drama, starting from the hotel.
The Suite di Giulietta (Juliet’s Suites), with an amazing view to the renowned balcony.
The suites are located inside a medieval building in the Capulet’s residence square.
Amy got ready in the beautiful room called Torre dei Lamberti (Lambert’s Tower) together with her friends and family.
Elvis was staying in the suite called Romeo and Juliet.
He reached the location first and waited there his future wife.
The hall is literally two steps far from the hotel, and Amy entered the room with his father. She was beautiful!
The wedding was composed by a Civil Ceremony and a Protestant Blessing.
Amy and Elvis shared their sweet vows and their beautiful rings in one of the most unforgettable locations of Verona.
After the ceremony, the couple shooting started inside the museum dedicated to Juliet.
After a toast to the newlyweds and a kiss in the most famous balcony of the world: the Lover’s Wall right under Juliet House.
The shooting proceeded with a walk through the roads of Verona, passing close to the Arena and the famous cloisters.
After the walk, the newlyweds continued their tour of Verona in the white Cinderella Carriage, which brought them to the party location.
The chosen place for the lunch and the party was the amazing Palazzo Giusti, a beautiful palace known since the XVI Century for its Italian gardens.
After the lunch, which took place in a wonderful frescoed hall, Amy and Elvis cut the wedding cake together with friends and families.
A super romantic wedding of a couple who flew from the U.S. to Verona.
A Special thanks to Distinctive Italy Weddings, without them, nothing would have been possible this Weddings Juliet House