Rome Wedding Photographers

Rome Wedding Photographers

Find Rome photographers serving: Bracciano, Anguillara Sabazia, Trevignano Romano

Rome Wedding Photography, Engagement Photo Sessions + Elopements

NO STOPPING LOVE - In recent months, many of our wedding photographers have communicated their desire to accommodate couples who don’t want to wait to be married and are quickly moving forward with smaller ceremonies.

By planning a simple Rome elopement, couples are able to stay present in the moment and fully absorb the impact of their wedding day. Given the fact that many couples feel more natural and at ease in intimate settings, it's no surprise that some of the most breathtaking wedding images come from elopements.

The WPJA has an abundance of top-ranked, Rome documentary wedding photographers available right now who understand that some weddings and elopements can’t wait. Find yours today!

Recent WPJA WedElope Story Awards

Rome Photographers for Large or Small Weddings

Shooting an elopement or small Rome wedding event is a wedding photojournalist’s dream: a fairly open schedule with lots of breathing space for creativity – it’s just the photographer, the couple, the officiant, and perhaps a few select companions.

Lazio WPJA members are ready to document any small, courthouse, quick, or elopement wedding, even if it is a Monday-Thursday ceremony. Search for the “Can Shoot Weddings on Short Notice!” message on the listings below.

View Award-Winning Pictures from Rome Wedding Venues

22 Rome Wedding Photographers...

Stefano Snaidero is a wedding and elopement photographer based in Italy
1500 (EUR)
Italy elopement and wedding reportage photography by Fabio Schiazza

Fabio Schiazza

Ciampino in Roma, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
1500 (EUR)
Italy elopement and wedding photography by Andrea Sampoli

Andrea Sampoli

Siena in Siena, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
2500 (EUR)
Cristina Tanase is a Wedding and Engagement Photographer

Cristina Tanase

Bucharest in București, RO *Now booking Rome weddings.
1600 (EUR)
Julian Kanz Italy Wedding and Elopement Photographer

Julian Kanz

Portofino in Genova, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
350/hour (EUR)
Italian Wedding Photographer Daniele Borghello of the Morlotti Studio

Daniele Borghello

in Padova, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
2500 (EUR)
Italian wedding & engagement photography by Massimiliano Esposito

Massimiliano Esposito

Orvieto in Terni, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
2500 (EUR)
Wedding and elopement photography by Zsofia Rebicek - Light&Dreams

Zsofia Rebicek

Orvieto in Terni, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
1500 (EUR)

Nando Ginnetti

Latina in Latina, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
1490 (EUR)
Italy wedding photography by Simone Bacci

Simone Bacci

Arezzo in Arezzo, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
1800 (EUR)

Marta Buso

Venezia in Venezia, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
1600 (EUR)
Italy Couple Engagement Sessions Wedding and Elopement Photographer Carlo Bettuolo

Carlo Bettuolo

Venice in Venezia, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
1100 (EUR)

Marius Popa

Ludus in Mureș, RO *Now booking Rome weddings.
1500 (EUR)
Luca Fazzolari wedding and elopement photography studio

Luca Fazzolari

Venice in Venezia, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
500 (EUR)
Studio portrait of documentary elopement and wedding photographer Tomasz Budzynski of Fotosceny

Tomasz Budzynski

Warsaw in Mazowieckie, PL *Now booking Rome weddings.
1000 (EUR)
Udine wedding photography by Rachele Mosolo of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy

Rachele Mosolo

Remanzacco in Udine, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
1600 (EUR)
Europe weddings, engagements and elopement pictures by Marco Tartaglia
1300 (EUR)
BW portrait of wedding photographer Serhio Bright, of Serhii Bilyi Studios

Serhii Bilyi

Milan in Milano, IT *Now booking Rome weddings.
1000 (EUR)

Map of Wedding Photojournalists Serving Rome Couples

Rome Wedding, Elopement and Engagement Images by WPJA Photographers

Below are some Rome wedding photography samples from the world’s best wedding photographers of the WPJA. Some of these Rome marriage pictures might be artistic portraits, details, or documentary-style images that have come from getting ready sessions, wedding ceremonies, reception venues, or Rome engagement portrait sessions with couples.

At Villa Miani, the couples' crazy dance had all the guests laughing, as the groom dipped his blushing woman with a funny look on his face, leaving an empty dance floor in their wake
The newlyweds celebrated their union with an unforgettable cake cutting ceremony at the beautiful Villa Miani in Rome, complete with reception fireworks and sparklers
At the luxurious outdoor reception venue of the Hotel De Russie in Rome, Italy, a lucky guest won the challenge to catch the bouquet of the bride
The grand facade of the Chiesa di San Camillo served as a perfect backdrop for the newlyweds' joyous exit, ready to be showered with tossed rice by the enthusiastic cheers of their guests
Rome documentary-style wedding image from Santa Caterina Church of The arrival of the bride in front of the church in the warm sunlight
A lifestyle engagement portrait session in Rome for an Italian couple in formal clothes
A Rome wedding photographer captured a romantic moment as the couple cut their cake with the night sky illuminated by fireworks
A Rome wedding photographer at San Pantaleo captured a guest Smoking a firework like a cigarette

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where can I find a photographer for a short-notice, small Rome wedding?
A: There are many WPJA photographers who are able to help you out at a moment's notice. We understand that sometimes love happens and there's simply no time to lose. We can ensure that you can get married as quickly as possible — and have incredible photographs to remember your Rome wedding day by.
Q: How can couples find Rome photographers for pre-wedding engagement portraits?
A: The WPJA issues Diamond Awards for Rome wedding photographers to showcase their best engagement photography work. These awards are given to photographers who prove that they have an ability to be creative, artistic, and intuitive while working on-location with couples who are newly engaged.
Q: How can couples find reviews of Rome wedding photographers?
A: We call them Client Letters. At the WPJA, we decided more than 20 years ago to avoid incorporating those third-person testimonials and endorsements that are found all too often in advertisements. Instead, we elevated our listings with the use of Client Letters, which represent the actual words and feelings of the clients who booked those Rome wedding photographers for their own wedding.
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