From Australia to get married in one of the the most beautiful coasts in the world, the superb Amalfi Coast
“I love you, very simple, very true. I love that you are my person and I am yours. And whatever door we come to, we will open it together”. Mary and Sam brougth romance and lots of joy with them from Australia. And lots of sincere and cheerful friends to celebrate with in the breath-taking Amalfi Coast background as their Destination Wedding. Nature, privacy, the best of italian style in hosting and pampering guests who probably discover these dramatic and magnificent places for the first time.
They chose Casa Privata, in Praiano, to get married in Italy and to host relatives and friends. Praiano is a little village between Amalfi and Positano and has a privilaged location right on the sea where you can enjoying the most mesmerizing views of the Amalfi Coast. Casa Privata –Ca’ P’a in local dialect– is a really special place surrounded by a sincere nature where Mary and Sam could celebrate their wedding in Italy as out of time.
The day before the wedding, newlyweds and guests had a Welcome Drink at Il Pirata in Marina di Praia, an exclusive restaurant right on the sea in a little bay.
The wedding day was marvelous, almost epic, due to the uniqueness of the background, the organization and Mary and Sam’s wonderful guests. The climate was very hot but the management of Casa Privata organized the wedding cerimony among the olive trees protecting the guests from the warm afternoon sun with scenographic white curtains. The celebration overlooking the Amalfi Coast was very exclusive, intimate and romantic.
The entire wedding event at Casa Privata was moving. Mary and Sam got married surrounded by special friends and have their wedding dinner under the pergola, as the best tradition of Amalfi Coast. Each moment was captured by Anna Visintin’s shots: she managed to fix smiles, emotions, colours and times, to let all live this wedding day dream again.
Fireworks led the guests to the end of the day, but what best lighted up all the guests were newlyweds looks of love: “The one thing I would say to Mary is this, if Sam will be even half as loyal and supporting husband as he has been as a friend you can afford to a very long and happy marriage”.