When marrying in a hot setting such as Italy, it’s always tempting to soak up the sun in the days before your wedding.A healthy, sun-kissed hue can look very attractive and appealing.However, too much of a tan can look a little unnatural, especially when you look through your wedding photographs at a later date…particularly for a bride, dressed in white, ivory or another very pale shade that can exaggerate the depth of your sun tan.

As for tan lines  the enemy of strapless dresses  as the digital retouching guide on our website explains, nowadays, retouching software and techniques allow photographers to edit, enhance, correct and manipulate images.

So, you would, quite rightly, think that removing a bathing strap mark or tan line, wouldn’t be such a problem, alas that’s not always the case.

Lines and marks can offer differ greatly from the tanned areas surrounding them and retouching these areas to the same colour as your tan can create a very unnatural finish.

Our recommendation would always be that natural is best, so to try to avoid strap marks and tan lines where possible and where not we will create as natural and even a finish as possible!

So, to tan or not to tan…as usual there’s no right answer, just one piece of advice…

everything in moderation!

Christina and Dalton celebrated the events of their sublimely stylish wedding day at the Hotel Marincanto, an hotel with an elegant Mediterranean atmosphere and appeal in Positano.

A very dapper Dalton awaited his stunning future bride Christina at the hotel’s charming 18th-Century Villa Incanto for their magical and emotional first look moment.

After which the couple spent a few moments taking advantage of the villa’s enchanting environs for photographs together.

Christina and Dalton’s sublimely romantic wedding ceremony was celebrated under a pretty, pastel floral arch, on the hotel’s panoramic wedding terrace. Against the spectacular backdrop of Positano, the Amalfi coastline and the sparkling Mediterranean waters,

Christina and Dalton exchanged hand-written vows and wedding rings, shared their first kiss and blended red and white wine to symbolise their joining in marriage before being declared husband and wife and making their bridal exit to the rapturous applause of their guests.

As day turned to night and atmospheric lights began to twinkle throughout the town, Christina and Dalton rejoined their guests for the delicious wedding banquet at the Marincanto’s Terrazza Celè restaurant, where a lovely, hand-painted, ceramic bottle of limoncello, the local lemon-flavoured liqueur, awaited each guest.

The couple and their guests enjoyed a delectable dinner among the terraces potted lemon trees and climbing plants, overlooking the stunning, night—time sea views.

Post-dinner wedding speeches were followed by the bride and groom’s romantic first dance and the lovely bride-and-father and groom-and-mother dances.

The cutting of Christina and Dalton’s delicious wedding cake and buffet of traditional Italian pastries and delicacies was followed by the gifting of beautiful keepsake hand-painted ceramic tiles as a memory of this special occasion for each of their guests.

Then the newlyweds and their guests relaxed and enjoyed the lovely nocturnal views and the enchanting atmosphere of Positano.

Christina and Scott celebrated their intimate elopment ceremony on the beautiful and picturesque terrace in Hotel Maricanto, Positano.  

The two wed on the the terrace of the hotel,overlooking Positano. The entier ceremony was centered around idea of romance and the natural beauty of Positano. With the blue waters ahead ,Christina walked down the steps to her awaiting groom. They joined  hands , and during the ceremony recited   their personalized  vows.

After an emotional  “i do” Christina and Scott took a stroll down to vibrant center of Positano.

As  the  sun began to dip down below the cliffs, the bride and groom took an array of photos in  Positano and  the beach before venturing  off to their romantic  candelight  dinner.

 

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