Romantic and intimate October wedding in the town of Ravello


Garden Principessa di Piemonte
Hotel Garden

Andrea and Nolan celebrated their romantic and intimate family wedding in the mountaintop Amalfi Coast town of Ravello.

The couple and their guests, stayed at the Hotel La Moresca, a converted house featuring traditional Ravello architecture. The hotel sits on the historic Piazza Fontana Moresca, a square named for its impressive 18th Century Moorish fountain.

While stunning bride Andrea finished her wedding day preparations, dapper groom Nolan met up with his family  members before the ceremony.

The couple married in the Belvedere Principessa di Piemonte gardens. Nolan and guests watched Andrea’s entrance, escorted by her father.

Andrea’s mum joined Nolan and his family for the arrival of the bride, as Andrea was escorted by her father. A solo violinist accompanied the bridal entrance and played during the ceremony.

Following the sweet wedding ceremony, the group walked together through the streets to Ravello’s main square, Piazza Duomo. They paused along the way, as Andrea and Nolan captured photographs in some of the town’s prettiest spots. They even stopped to admire and play with Ravello’s adorable local kittens!

Then, Andrea and Nolan left their family members to enjoy drinks and nibbles at Piazza Duomo’s Caffè Calce. Meanwhile, the newlyweds captured more photographs alone together, around Ravello.

Later, Andrea and Nolan rejoined their guests for the wedding reception at a lovely, family-run hotel and restaurant, the Hotel Garden. There, they dined on the venue’s main terrace, enjoying a delicious meal while admiring the breathtaking views.

During the wedding dinner, featuring delicious traditional recipes made with the freshest local ingredients, Andrea and Nolan welcomed and toasted their guests.

Later, the bride and groom danced their romantic first dance and playfully cut their wedding cake, to their families’ delight!

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