Getting married is never easy: a torrent of questions plagues the couple just before the fateful yes, as the date quickly approaches. It’s a common thought, for those who are about to face a similar experience: exchanging a "Yes" and starting a new life together is an important change in anybody’s life that should not be taken lightly. If you are lucky like David and Alejandra, however, you have no doubts about what the future holds: their love story is truly a textbook one.
After a year locked up at home, gripped by fear amidst an unprecedented health emergency, the time has finally come to celebrate life. Just like buds dormant during the winter, ready to sprout as soon as spring appears, so people need to be reborn, to live their lives to the fullest. Maria needed it, her daughter needed it, and so did their traveling companions: so they went along an all-female journey, celebrating the intimate relationship between mothers and daughters.
Getting married in Sorrento, the starting point of the Sorrento Coast, is one of the hidden dreams of many foreigners who come to Italy on vacation. This pearl at the end of the Gulf of Naples is the access road to all the wonders that nature, generous, has given to the populations that have followed one another over the centuries.
Arrange your wedding in Italy will be exactly as you have always wished it, more than all your expectations, and – moreover – with the professional touch of expert wedding planner, who will guide you in the organization and choice of the catering service, of the menu, of the flowers, of the bouquet, of music, of the gifts for your guests, of the invitation cards and whatever will make your wedding a special day.
Rossella and Jadyn found me with a Google search in an attempt to find the best photographer in Tuscany, and they were immediately impressed by my photographic style, as I always strive best to narrate the love story of two people who decide to crown their relationship with the sacred bond of marriage. My portfolio convinced both of them, so much that they immediately decided to organize a Skype call to get to know us better, and also ask more information about my work on the wedding’s day.
It’s a late August day: the preparations for the wedding of Kelly and Adam, a fantastic gay couple that decided to get married in the suggestive Positano, are now in full swing.
Not only the location is perfect, but also the weather: a splendid and sunny day, which in typical Italian style fades very slowly at sunset, with sparkling plays of shimmering light on the water’s surface that embellish every shot.
Thus begins our tour through the streets of the city, starting right from the church of Santa Maria Assunta, a real jewel set in the center of Positano. It is not always possible to visit it internally, especially at this time of the day where it is often closed: in this case, its external arches are ideally suited for fantastic photographs.
Don't let their wonderful smiles deceive you: John and Kate are not normal parents. Their large family is proof of this: growing 3 sons and a daughter fis not a simple challenge. When their eldest son asked for his fiancée’s hand, there were no doubts: it was necessary to celebrate in the most beautiful way possible, and what’s more beautiful than a holiday in Italy in the fantastic Sorrento coast?