A wedding photoshoot in Italy by Igor Mayherkevych

Wedding ... How much mystery and sacredness lies in this word. An important event, the best day, a happy moment - the phrases used to describe this day. And, of course, we need a wedding photoshoot for the wedding celebration to be remembered. It will make your day unforgettable like nothing else.

You will cry and laugh, watch again and again, love and continue to love ... Photo shoots of wedding in Italy plus a photographer is the best gift from Cupid. Before you know it, it might become a family tradition.

 

Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Bridesmaids trying on bright red dresses in a hotel room at a morning photo shoot
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: The bride against the backdrop of luxurious mountains, the plume of her dress is widely dispelled by the wind, thereby emphasizing her fragile figure
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Luxurious and beautiful bride in a white elegant dress with a wide necklace on her shoulders
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: a banquet hall is lit by professional light with round guest tables
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Friends of the groom joyfully greet and hug him with glasses of champagne
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Happy bride and groom on the background of the residence, walking in the park, holding hands
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Portrait of a girl with full lips who looks away
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: A handsome man, in a black tuxedo, with a stylish neat haircut, sincerely smiles and applauds
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Couple, bride and groom, kiss on the background of a church with large domes
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: A respectable man raises his champagne glass high up in a large old hall at a wedding
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: The bride and groom kiss in the church behind them are guests
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Handsome men in black tuxedos with a glass in their hands
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Men in Black Tuxedos and Bow Ties
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Photo of the bride at the fountain, in the old residence park
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Happy and smiling bride and groom are sent to the banquet hall after the completion of the wedding ceremony. Guests throw rose petals welcoming a couple with marriage
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Portrait of a groom in colored glasses, dressed in a green tuxedo with a bow tie on his neck and smiles broadly
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Morning photo session of the bride with her bridesmaids standing on the balcony of a luxury villa on Lake Como and drinking champagne
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Groom and his friends have fun chatting on the balcony
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Bride in a white dress with a veil standing on the balcony of a luxury villa on the shores of Lake Como
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: A large-scale shot of a wedding ceremony in a church where a father leads his daughter-bride to the altar
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Fragile and tender bride, in a white, embroidered dress, among white sakura flowers
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: A man in a suit takes pictures on his phone
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Bride with her friend smiling sincerely at camera
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Gentle and beautiful hands of a bride who adorn two rings
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Smiling Girl Hugs the Bride
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Guests are sitting at the round festive tables in the hall, waiting for the bride and groom
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: A respectable groom with a neat haircut and an expensive, black, velvet tuxedo, with a glass of sparkling wine in his hands
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: The bride and groom, together with the guests, are delighted to watch the festive fireworks show
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Portrait of a bride in which large and expressive eyes, her hairstyle is decorated with a thin handmade wreath that emphasizes her delicate and untouched image
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Wedding ceremony in a luxurious villa among high mountains on a background of a mountain lake
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Bride and groom with their friends on the background of Lake Como, posing beautifully on camera
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Wealthy guests, in expensive tuxedos and luxurious dresses, have fun at a wedding in one of the old halls in Berlin
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Kiss of the bride and groom in the festive hall by candlelight
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Cheerful and smiling girlfriends of the bride posing with her for morning photo shooting in a hotel room
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: A man in a tuxedo, with one hand holding his little dog on his lap, and the other with a sparkling glass, he has an expensive, luxurious watch on his hand
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Morning of a fragile bride who sincerely smiles with a glass of sparkling
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Exclusive and exquisite ring, in a velvet green box on delicate silk fabric
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Portrait of a couple where the groom gently touches his beloved chin, showing his love and care
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: A man in a black tuxedo wearing black glasses
Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Bride and groom holding hands on the background of the old church

Pricing for a wedding photo shoot in Italy

Light
1499
  • 10 photo-shooting hours
  • 500 edited photos
  • all photos retouched
  • online gallery for 6 months
  • all costs are included for Italy, Austria and Germany
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Standard
1999
  • 12 photo-shooting hours
  • 600 edited photos
  • all photos retouched
  • online gallery for 9 months
  • wedding book 30x30 of 100 pages
  • all costs are included for Italy, Austria and Germany
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Premium
2499
  • 12 photo-shooting hours
  • 800 edited photos
  • all photos retouched
  • online gallery for 1 year
  • wedding book 30x30 of 120 pages
  • Two photographers in a team
  • all costs are included for Italy, Austria and Germany
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Portfolio of the photographer in Italy - Igor Mayherkevych

FAQs to the wedding photoshoot in Italy

How to agree on a photoshoot if we like your photos?
First, write to me or contact me in any suitable way shown below. After that, we will sign a contract to ensure successful cooperation.
Do you retouch all the photos?
Yes, absolutely all photos undergo professional colour correction and retouch.
How soon will we get our photos and video?
Your photos will be ready within 2 months and the video within 6 months from the shooting day.
I prefer reportage photos. Is it possible to focus on them?
Of course. We will discuss all the details and your preferences before the photoshoot. On the shooting day, I will do my best to pay the most attention to the important details and moments to create a successful outcome.
I am not a professional model and afraid to look bad, what should I do?
All the people you see in my photos at the website are not professional models. You just need to enjoy your wedding day, I will do the rest. Believe me, you will be pleased with the result.
Eternal wedding photo trends

For me, as a wedding photographer, the relevance of my work after many years is very important. This is what will warm my soul and forever leave a piece of me with your families. Simplicity, aesthetics, emotions - these are the words I would like to put into the concept of “eternal trends”. When I make each shot, I ask myself: “will it be appropriate or interesting in 20 years”? I adore classic portraits, family photos with parents and relatives.

I always try to take a photo of cheerful friends, a very young niece, a smiling grandmother on the wedding day. I believe that wedding pictures are not only about the bride and groom but also about their dear ones. The power of wedding photography is in its eternity.

I try to convey special details in wedding photos: the beauty of the location, the bride’s bouquet and even the thrill of a letter from your grandfather who couldn’t come. I photograph everything the wedding day is filled with. Later reviewing the photos, this warmness will amaze you!

Amusing moments combined with romantic ones are an important component of a wedding day that will make your story unique. For example, a photo of how children try to get to a wedding cake before the banquet begins, and your uncle dancing to the modern hip-hop rhythms.

Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Guests at the banquet hall, celebrate the wedding of the bride and groom

How to choose a banquet venue for the wedding photoshoot in Italy? 

One of my tasks, as a wedding photographer, no matter how ridiculous it might sound – to save and use rationally your money. I really love the wedding’s banquet part for its emotionality and sincerity, for wedding toasts from best friends and emotional childhood stories from parents accompanied with the applause from the dearest ones, good wine and warm Italian air.

But there are many subtleties when choosing a banquet hall. An important role belongs not only to the location, interior and exterior but also to the size of the hall and the menu quality.

A good banquet venue should have a convenient location and a large parking lot. This is very important for the convenience of your guests, as well as all the staff who will work at your event.

It is very important that your guests are comfortable in the room without a sense of crowding and the discomfort from a half-empty room. As a wedding photographer, it’s important for me to conveniently move around the hall and catch the best shots. The Romans have an ancient saying: "Bread and circuses." All of the above mentioned does not mean anything without a delicious meal. Ideally, visit the restaurant in advance and try the dishes that will be served on the wedding day to get sure that everything will be perfect!

Wedding photoshoot in Italy: Happy and smiling bride and groom are sent to the banquet hall after the completion of the wedding ceremony. Guests throw rose petals welcoming a couple with marriage

The secrets of a perfect open space wedding ceremony for a wedding in Italy 

The wedding ceremony in Italy is one of the most touching stages of the wedding and an important moment of wedding photography in Italy. The moment of mom’s tears, the father’s pride and the best friends’ joyful cries.

For me, as a photographer, a good location and proper lighting are more important than a beautiful decor. What is the use of a gorgeous wedding arch with millions of fresh flowers if cars or multi-coloured supermarket billboards make the photo’s background? Or even worse, if the scorching sun shines in your eyes throughout the ceremony.

Also, it is worth paying attention to the convenient arrangement of chairs for guests. The guests’ appearance is also important to get a good picture. With a single dress code and harmonious colour scheme, joint photos will be much more interesting conveying the feeling of a “united family”. The locations for the wedding ceremony can be the magnificent coast in Naples, the architectural wonders in Rome or Milan, as well as the legendary gondolas in Venice.