Umbria Rome Italy Engagement Photos
Carol and Danilo had their engagement session in one of the most romantic and historic cities in the world – Rome, Italy. But their love story is unique. They met at entirely the wrong time for a romantic relationship but after a few moves and one decidedly memorable vacation, these two became inseparable - now and forever. Carol first met Danilo at school. He was her teacher and they were both engaged to other people. After both broke off their engagements, life took them in different directions. Danilo moved to Milan, which was far away from where Carol was living. After she booked a trip to Apulia for vacation, Danilo knew he had to see her. He flew to where she was and they finally started dating.
The location of the shoot evokes old world charm. To shake things up, these two make a statement with their own unique styles and fashion, creating one grand juxtaposition in the quiet scene.
Carol’s accessories truly set her look apart. She wears pink heels, a bold statement necklace, a braided hairstyle, and of course, a stunning blue engagement ring.
Danilo looks super sharp in a crisp suit and dark red tie. The clean sophistication of his look balances wonderfully with the whimsical softness of her dress.
They pause under an arch of ivy and Danilo graciously offers his bride his jacket.
It might be a coincidence, but Carol’s striking blue eyes match her ring perfectly. In each shot, our eyes are drawn to its unique color.
The aged buildings with their chimneys, and the rooftops overlooking the unique vegetation showcase the characteristic Italian landscape.
Carol's dress features such feminine detail, including lace straps with layers of tulle, a modern neckline, and a layered tulle tea-length skirt.
The couple enjoys the Italian countryside as they hug and embrace and share in the joys of engagement.
Both Danilo and Carol resemble models as they exude confidence and style in this unique engagement shoot.
This fine art engagement session evinces the love story of Carol and Danilo, brought forth straight from the heart of Italy.