There’s really no place like bella Italia: the sunshine, the food, the music, the romance.
Amie and Steve’s Italian wedding was a much-anticipated extravaganza and all shared with much-loved family and friends.
This wedding was a Sorrento show-stopper
As the bride glided the short distance across the cobble stones (in her Jimmy Choo’s) on the arm of her very proud father, to join her army of bridesmaids outside the famous St Francis Cloisters, the tourists who’d just hopped off their cruise ship for a whistle-stop tour of the ancient streets of Sorrento all stopped in their tracks and applauded.
St Francis Cloisters (Chiostri di San Francesco)
St Francis Cloisters. I could wax lyrical about the charm and beauty of this haven of tranquility in the middle of busy Sorrento, but the images speak for themselves. The service was conducted in Italian with an English interpreter and this, combined with the beautiful harp music echoing through the cloisters, just heightened the whole experience for bride, groom, guests, and even the photographers (I confess to shedding a tear or two.)
Sorrento Carriage Ride
Before leaving for the wedding breakfast, Amie and Steve enjoyed a romantic carriage ride through the winding streets of Sorrento, while the wedding party gathered their composure in the eponymous Foreigner’s Club, enjoying chilled Prosecco whilst savouring the stunning views over the Bay of Naples.
I hope you enjoy this taster of this beautiful destination wedding.
For Amie and Steve’s friends and family, the full gallery of our wedding images are available to view and purchase on the on-line gallery on my website. Click Here