Ravello is a town set 365 meters above the Tyrrhenian Sea by Italy’s Amalfi Coast, is home to iconic cliffside gardens.
The Amalfi Coast area is a natural paradise and it is one of the fifty Italian places declared by UNESCO as a “World Heritage site”.
The coast can be compared to a balcony overlooking the Tyrrhenian sea.
Over the years many famous and not famous painters have tried to capture the coast’s beauty and splendor but its allure can only be appreciated in person.
It is in this spectacular location that Brittni and Nicholas planned their elopement for an intimate romantic marriage in Italy.
The photo session started with some shots of Nicholas in his hotel for the preparations and then followed by Brittni in her hotel, located at only a few meters from Nicholas.
At the end of the bride's preparations, we reached the center of Ravello aboard a vintage Fiat van that suited very well in the context.
The civil ceremony was held in the Princess Gardens of Piemonte, a garden normally open to the public which, for important occasions, the municipality use it for wedding celebrations.
The temperature was really high in the full sun but fortunately, the ceremony is not so long and then also a light breeze helped to refresh a bit.
Our photo session with only the couple was held completely in Ravello town, among alleys, gardens and a few vantage points.
A beautiful day on the Amalfi Coast.
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