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Civil weddings at the romantic cloister of San Francesco in Sorrento.
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An alluring and romantic blush pink layout was designed for Andrew and Stacey’s wedding in Sorrento. They got married in the popular cloister of San Francesco, an incredibly beautiful and gorgeous wedding venue where civil ceremonies are performed outside. The atmosphere was made even more romantic by a soft and vibrant guitar and mandolin music in the background. The bride and groom arrived at the reception in a stylish vintage Fiat 500 cabrio and were welcomed by all the guests who enjoyed taking photos of the happy married couple. The wedding reception was held in a first class hotel in town, on a private terrace atop the sea and guests were delighted by great food and DJ music throughout the evening.
A private symbolic ceremony was organized for Felipe and Roberta, a Brazilian bridal couple who chose Italy as their wedding destination. The ceremony was held at Le Terrazze restaurant right on the beach of Positano in the Amalfi Coast and followed by an evening reception, served on a beautiful outdoor terrace overlooking the sea. A simple and elegant layout, the bride and groom stood in front of the celebrant framed by a gorgeous flower arch and surrounded by the stunning view of Positano, while they pronounced their vows.