Lucy and Craig, Sorrento, July 2016

Lucy and Craig celebrated their marriage on a beautifully sunny and hot day in July, surrounded by a large group of family and friends. They chose the romantic 14th Century Cloisters of San Francesco in the heart of Sorrento, an idyllic venue adjacent to the baroque San Francesco church, for their civil ceremony location.

Following their wedding ceremony, guests awaited the exit of the bride and groom showering them with handfuls of fresh petal confetti and then all headed off to Hotel Mediterraneo in Sant’Agnello, a short distance from the centre of Sorrento.

The Hotel Mediterraneo boasts a stunning location overlooking the sea, in a peaceful area that is certainly one of the most spectacular spots of the Sorrentine Peninsula. Guests were greeted with canapés and drinks on arrival in the gardens of the hotel and had a wonderful opportunity to soak up the sun and atmosphere. Dinner was then served in the panoramic Vesuvio Restaurant featuring an amazing view of the bay of Naples. The tables were dressed with crisp white linens and beautiful white floral centrepieces, matching perfectly the elegant theme of the bride and groom.

The cutting of the cake and after party then followed on the spectacular roof top terrace ‘Sky Bar’ with its 360 degree views. The cake was a 3 tier white cake with fab cake toppers modelled on the bride and groom themselves! Everyone danced the night away to the DJ as the sun went down and a great time was had by all. It was a pleasure for us to be involved in the planning of this incredible day.

Photography Credits: Francesco Quaglia

http://www.sophisticatedweddings.net

 

 

 

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