Imagestudio is a Destination Wedding Videography in Italy serving the Italian Lakes, Rome, Venice, Tuscany, Siena, Florence, Amalfi Coast, Positano, Ravello. Cinema is one of the best ways to capture and preserve your wedding day.Read More
ImageStudio Photography and our team of cinematographers are renowned for their ability to tell the beautiful, emotional essence of your story; the heartfelt candid moments, the laughter and tears of joy will all be expertly filmed and edited to tell a love story as unique as you are. More than a keepsake, the video will become a treasured, family heirloom. We want to capture your love story and re-tell it in such a way that your wedding movie is timeless, beautiful and meaningful. We’ll help you choose the right narrative and mood, whether vintage or modern, Fellini-esque or romantic comedy— it’s entirely your call as you star with top billing in this production. Our job—and a task we take with great pride and deliberation—involves capturing all the details without you even noticing we’re there. Because every couple is unique, every film is an original, true reflection of their wedding story. So if you have you a clear vision in mind complete with storyboards or simply wish to leave it to our world-class videographers, we’ll to craft the perfect love story for you.
Few places on the earth offer the variety, romance and spectacular scenery as Italy. Whether your wedding destination is perched atop a castle overlooking an azure blue sea or set in the rural splendor of an intimate Tuscan villa — Italy has something special for all. Take a look at these popular destinations:
Rome, Venice, Italian Riviera, Amalfi Coast, Tuscany, Cortina, Lake Como
Rome: In the city of Rome, locals are fond of reminding visitors, “A whole life is not enough to discover all that there is in Rome.” What exactly is it about the Eternal City of Rome? Everything. Spanning a history of over 3,000 years old, Rome abounds with elegance and legendary attractions such as the Coliseum and Forum to serve as a backdrop for your wedding. And where else, except for Rome, can you get married near St Peters and possibly have an audience with the Pope?
Venice: This famous floating city of Venice, known for its canals, gondolas, art and ancient architecture, is far more than just a tourist destination.The city’s waterside palaces make for impressive wedding venues and if you’re after traditional romance, the sun setting over the Piazza San Marco and the grand Chiesa di Santa Maria will leave you in awe of its staggering beauty.
Italian Riviera: A breathtakingly gorgeous region of Italy, the Italian Riviera has been a world class wedding destination for centuries. Depending on your choice of location, the area offers several stunning backdrops including Portofino, known as the glamorous queen of the Italian Riviera. Portovenere offers a rustic charm and where according to legend, Lord Byron is said to have penned his Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage here and where the writer Shelley often vacationed. Regardless of the destination, the views everywhere along the Italian Riviera are heart-stopping beautiful. Read more
Amalfi Coast: It’s been said the ancient pagan gods themselves chose the stunning Amalfi Coast for their weddings and honeymoons. Now popular with mere mortals for its sophisticated glamour, secret beaches, and sensational views, the Amalfi Coast is an outstanding example of a Mediterranean landscape, featuring coastal mountains that plunge into the sea. Among the glittering string of coastal gems, legendary Positano lies in the the heart of the coastline—and a destination John Steinbeck summed up perfectly:“ Positano bites deep. It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone. Its houses climb a hill so steep it would be a cliff except that stairs are cut in it. I believe that whereas most house foundations are vertical, in Positano they are horizontal. The small curving bay of unbelievably blue and green water laps gently on a beach of small pebbles.” In contrast, the secluded, mountaintop tranquility and charm of Ravello has long been appreciated by romantics from D.H. Lawrence to Wagner to Greta Garbo. It’s easy to understand why the Amalfi Coast was preferred by Roman Emperors for some of their most grandiose villas.
Tuscany: Imagine a Tuscan villa on a hilltop surrounded by olive groves, cypresses, vineyards and the stirring smells of lavender and rosemary. Both rustic and chic, Tuscany is a haven for staging the most idyllic wedding of a lifetime. Renaissance Florence is another magnificent beauty of the region and it’s staggering collection of the world’s finest art. The graceful Arno River winds through its center creating an incredibly romantic atmosphere while the bucolic Boboli Gardens is yet another so many couples choose to get married in Florence.
Cortina: If an Alpine Winter Wonderland strikes your fancy, Cortina D’Ampezzo offers an unique position lying at the feet of the finest skiing in the Italian Alps. Cortina is surrounded by a section of the Alps known as Dolomites, easily recognizable for their jagged, rugged and unique profile that gives to the town a distinctive character.
Lake Como: Not just a playground for artists and movie stars, majestic Lake Como is undoubtedly an exceptional location to say “I do”. The fabulously maintained villas and gardens full of wisteria, camellias and brilliant colors are the perfect choice for both large weddings and romantic elopements, where watching the sunset over the panoramic view of the lake can be a stunning conclusion to your special day.
Regardless of which region you decide to hold your wedding, Italy abounds with endless choices. So whether you choose a medieval castle or a windswept bluff overlooking the Mediterranean, Italy simply has it all, and ImageStudio Videography will creatively and professionally capture it for you. Show less