Simple, stylish, and head-over-heels romantic, this Italian destination wedding reminds us of why the Amalfi Coast is such an  iconic place to get married. And, for this lovely American couple, there could be no better setting for this momentous day! A romantic Hotel  Marincanto with a fairytale terrace offering a special view on the sea… an intimate event to share with their nearest and dearest, enjoying the wonderful city of Positano at its best, discovering its hidden culinary secrets and special feeling… When reality outdoes dreams, that is where you will find the marvelous Amalfi Coast!

Maggie and Jeff couldn’t dream of a better day to share with their closest friends and families… They celebrated the most moving symbolic ceremony ever… and the setting was simply stunning! The lovely terrace was just perfect for ceremony .

The dinner was served at the spectacular restaurant La Tagliata that offers a incredible views over Galli isles and Capri .It is just so special to have your sit-down dinner on a terrace with views on the sea… or the cutting on the cake with Positano in the background, with the city lights and stars reflecting onto the sea… So romantic!

Maggie and Jeff let their stunning sea view location takeover with  decor that was sweet and simple. Add some special friends and family,  speeches, and fine Italian fare, and they had the kind of intimate, romantic, and entirely dreamy destination wedding, that couples dream of.

Jemma & Paul have chosen to celebrate their exchange of vows in a very intimate and elegant style in Sorrento.

The sunny day of the wedding at the end of September began in the elegant setting of the Hotel Riviera in the center of Sorrento, where the splendid bride got ready for the big yes.

Jemma and Paul got married with a simple but meaningful ceremony accompanied by the romantic notes of a harp in the gardens of Villa Zagara, where after saying  I Do  they walked around to take some pictures.

With a typical Fiat 500, the couple took a romantic ride along the coast until they reached the suggestive Positano where they took the opportunity to stroll through its picturesque streets and along the main beach.

In the evening they reached Villa Franca on whose terrace they made a romantic toast in the moonlight Jemma & Paul’s fabulous coast to coast wedding was delightfully designed and created by wedding planner Cheryl Pagano and her team at Bella Sposa.

Our best wishes to the absolutely delightful couple! Here are just a few photos from the wedding day

Highlights of the Massa Lubrense wedding film.
A mini wedding film of the special day of Sofie & Fabrizio on the Sorrento Coast.

Highlights of this sweet and chic wedding in Massa Lubrense at the Oasi Olimpia Relais.

Christina and Dalton celebrated their sublime wedding day at the Hotel Marincanto in Positano.

The bride and groom prepared for their special day in two of the elegant hotel’s individually-designed suites. Christina and Dalton shared a magical first-look moment at the hotel’s charming 18th-Century Villa Incanto.

Then, Christina and Dalton celebrated their sublimely romantic wedding ceremony on the hotel’s panoramic wedding terrace. Christina and Dalton exchanged their vows and rings against the terrace’s spectacular backdrop. An elegant floral arch framed views of Positano, the Amalfi coastline and the sparkling Mediterranean waters.

After the ceremony, the newly-weds shared a celebratory toast with their guests. Then, Christina and Dalton slipped away to spend a little time strolling through the streets of Positano for photographs. Meanwhile, guests enjoyed drinks and delicacies on the wedding terrace,

Later, Christina and Dalton rejoined their guests for the delicious wedding banquet at the Marincanto’s Terrazza Celè restaurant. The restaurant boasts stunning sea views and is decorated with potted lemon trees and climbing plants.

After post-dinner wedding speeches, Christina and Dalton cut their delicious wedding cake.

Then, guests enjoyed the bride and groom’s romantic first dance and the bride-and-father and groom-and-mother dances. For the remainder of the evening, the couple and their guests enjoyed the lovely night-time views and the enchanting atmosphere of Positano.

Elizabeth and Alfred celebrated their romantic and close family wedding at villa Cimbrone. Villa Cimbrone  is a 12th Century country residence, set in a centuries-old six hectare park. It sits at the very top of Ravello, therefore offers spectacular views across the Amalfi Coast.

The venue is a unique and thoroughly enchanting setting for a wedding .Elizabeth and Alfred celebrated their  wedding ceremony in one of  Vila Cimbrone gardens. The flower-filled, Tea Room garden, features a beautiful and characteristic open pavilion and is filled with colorful ancient roses. For Elizabeth and Alfred’s ceremony, lovely arrangements and garlands of white roses, peonies and otherflowers decorated the garden.After the ceremony,

Elizabeth and Alfred wandered through Villa Cimbrone’s charming gardens and grounds. Later, they visited the sublime Terrace of Infinity. The terrace is a natural balcony, adorned with eighteenth century marble busts. As such, it boasts truly breathtaking and unparalleled  views,Elizabeth and Alfred’s family members also joined them on the terrace for group photographs. Meanwhile, guests enjoyed aperitifs in one of the villa’s gardens. Later, Elizabeth and Alfred joined their guests to share  a celebratory toast.

Then guests strolled to  Cimbrone’s Crypt, an evocative Gothic-style open gallery, for the main wedding banquet.After dinner and speeches, Elizabeth and Alfred cut their delicious wedding cake in the Crypt’s mystic and romantic setting. Then they performed their first dance for their guests.

Victoria and Mansoor’s Villa Tre Ville Positano wedding photography perfectly captured their intimate, family wedding in Positano. The resort is nestled in a garden oasis, bursting with natural beauty, secret pathways and scenic terraces. The bride and groom and their guests stayed in the resort’s lovely suites. Before the ceremony, bride Victoria got ready for the day’s events with her mother and sister. Meanwhile, groom Mansoor greeted guests and accompanied them to the ceremony setting.

Victoria and Mansoor celebrated their wedding ceremony in a charming, secluded garden. The ceremony setting overlooked the sparkling Mediterranean sea and the beautiful coastal inlets leading to the bay of Positano. The couple chose a pretty flower arch dotted with Amalfi Coast lemons, cascading floral decorations and a petal carpet to add accents of delicate beauty. While a string quartet provided beautiful music during the ceremony. The bride was accompanied down the aisle by her father.

Victoria and Mansoor’s wedding ceremony included readings by guests and beautiful personal vows. Afterward, Victoria, Mansoor and their guests enjoyed post-ceremony aperitifs on a nearby terrace, as they admired the breath-taking panorama. While guests relaxed, the newly-weds then visited the resorts gardens, terraces and scenic sposts for photographs. Victoria and Mansoor and guests enjoyed the wedding banquet by candle-light, on a scenic terrace, as day faded into evening. The bride and groom shared their first dance then invited their guests to the dancefloor.

Betty and Erich’s amazing wedding day adventure took them from the chic seaside setting of Amalfi to the charming mountaintop ambience of Ravello. The couple’s wedding day encompassed the graceful Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi and the luxurious Belmond Hotel Caruso in Ravello.

The couple created a lovely ‘first look’ moment, during which they first saw each other in their wedding attire. The first look took place in the Convento’s evocative cloister setting.

Then, Betty and Erich whizzed along the Amalfi Coast roads in a vintage red Alfa Romeo Spider towards Ravello. The bride and groom celebrated a romantic and intimate wedding ceremony in the Hotel Caruso’s pretty, panoramic Wagner Gardens.

A traditional Neapolitan guitar and mandolin duo accompanied guests as they celebrated. Betty and Erich were sprinkled with a tray of Italian confetti, in a tradition deemed to bring good luck to newlyweds.

Then, the wedding party returned to the Belmond Caruso where they dined in the hotel’s pretty Arcade Bar. Later, Betty and Erich cut their wedding cake at the hotel’s fabulous infinity pool area.

Then, after performing their first dance, guests joined them on the dance floor. Betty and Erich’s wedding day adventure ended amid delicious cake, dancing and lots of merriment.

The beautiful resort town provided the perfect backdrop for David and Lauren’s wedding. Miles of sea, mist, white cliffs and beautiful blue skies made the outdoor photographs look stunning.

The bride, looking ravishing next to her groom, wore a white fitted  wedding dress. The groom also looked dapper in his suite.

The two were a stylish couple and  camera lenses loved them. We had fun shooting in the gardens of Villa Cimbrone and took great advantage of the landscape and the priceless Roman architecture, both inside and outside the buildings. After all, it’s not every day that you get the opportunity to enjoy such a beautiful moment in Villa Cimbrone, the medieval-style estate perched on a steep outcrop that is surrounded by one celebrated garden after another.

After David and Lauren  exchanged their vows in Villa, it was followed by a romantic dinner to celebrate their new married status. It was so beautiful and everything and elopement is made of. And what makes this couple’s even more romantic is that they chose a destination wedding which could easily double as their honeymoon.

Alice and Alex were married in Ravello, at Palazzo Avino, a stunning five-star deluxe hotel on Italy’s famed Amalfi coast. The venue is a unique and thoroughly enchanting setting for a wedding event. The couple married on the pretty, sea-view terrace of the Palazzo Avino. Afterward, as guests soaked up the views and charming atmosphere, Alice & Alex slipped away for photographs together.

The newlyweds strolled around the town, stopping in some of the most picturesque spots, before recommencing their celebrations. Alice and Alex then rejoined their guests for the wedding reception. Later, Alice and Alex enyoed their guests with their first dance while this charming couple’s sophisticated wedding event, drew to a close.

Anna and Philip celebrated their wedding at the beautiful Borgo Pignano, a 750-acre country estate, in Tuscany.

The stunning Borgo Pignano, in Pisa, sits between Volterra and San Gimignano and features an enchanting 18th Century manor house. The estate includes stone farmhouses, gardens and meadows, pools and small lakes, orchards, woodland and waterfalls, the fabulous 3-day event was organised by wedding planner Enzo Miccio and his Italy and London based wedding team. Wedding events included a pre wedding pizza party evening and a post-wedding buffet brunch, in Pignano’s pretty surroundings.

Before their ceremony, Anna and Philip and their attendants all got ready in the manor house’s luxurious suites. Anna & Philip married in an outdoor ceremony in a elegantly-decorated area of Pignano’s woodland.

Then, the couple and their guests enjoyed post ceremony drinks and finger foods, on the pretty, panoramic lawns. During aperitifs, Anna and Philip slipped away to capture photographs with the breathtaking Tuscan views.

Later, the wedding party sat down to an elegant wedding banquet, in a marquee on the manor house’s front lawn. During the dinner, guests enjoyed speeches by the bride and groom and members of the brial party.

After the wedding banquet Anna and Philip cut their wedding cake. The bride’s mum had delicately and beautifully decorated the delicious cake.

Anna and Philip held their after party in an open marquee, decorated with chandeliers, pretty sofas and fabulous floral arrangements. The newlyweds performed their first dance before guests joined them on the dancefloor.

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