A quick side note – when we received this engagement shoot, I couldn’t help but think of how awesome this was. This is obviously not something everyone has the chance to experience, so we are thrilled to share some of the photos with you!
Here’s a blurb from the Photographer:
“We started this e-session trip in Rome. It was late June, probably the worst time of the year to do this kind of trip since summertime in Europe is always crowded with tourists from all over the world. In Rome, we had shoots at some of well-known tourist spots like Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon at Piazza de la Rotonda, riverside across the Vatican City and the Colosseum. Some of the shots were actually taken inside the Colossum with thousands of tourists all around us. We definitely needed to be patient to catch the right moment to take the shots. Rome is full of rich artistic buildings with Roman ancient architecture.
After Rome, we continued to the French Riviera region. I consider this to be one of the top vacation spots in Europe. First we went to St. Tropez. We took some nice candid shots at Pampelonne beach and a nearby winery. Then we visited Rue d’Antibes in Cannes, Nice Cote d’Azur, Monaco. The view of Monaco from La Turbie is amazing and the Eze village is the most beautiful village in the Riviera.
Next we traveled to the Swiss Alps region; we flew to Gevena then ride a train to Lucerne. It’s a charming city on the shore of a big lake with breathtaking view of the Swiss Alps mountains. We took a day trip to the famous Mount Titlis. We took some more candids on the top of Mt Titlis and inside the Glacier Ice Cave.
After Switzerland, our last stop in Europe is the city of light, Paris. We arrived exactly at the start of the sale season over there. You would see people lining up in front of fashion boutique stores like Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, etc. In the city, we took pictures near the Eifel tower and the Louvre museum. We also did a photoshoot at the Palace of Versailles, about 16 miles outside Paris. We didn’t take any pictures inside the Palace because as usual, too crowded, but we took some nice shots at one of the magnificent gardens over there.”
Rome, Italy ~
Nice, France ~
Lucerne, Switzerland ~
Paris, France ~
New York, NY ~
Denver, CO ~
Photography Provided by: Ronnie Renaldi Photography