Misha and Adam - Overseas Wedding - Positano, Italy

February 10, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Misha and Adam - Positano, Italy 

Up until 2016, the only place I'd been to in Italy was Venice. I was always desperate to go back and explore more so was so fortunate to have weddings booked for Lake Como and Tuscany earlier in the year. Without a doubt Italy is home to my favourite cuisine, the most incredible landscape and the friendliest people, so when I received an enquiry to cover a wedding in Positano, on the beautiful Amalfi Coast, I was just a tad excited! 

Misha and Adam are both from the States, so when I flew out in early November I'd actually never met them and only ever had a few Skype conversations here and there. Because of the distance, etc. we decided to combine the pre-wedding shoot with the wedding, so I went to meet them both the evening before the wedding to have a mooch around Positano and explore the beach. 

Positano is a photographer's dream - the beautiful mountain-side town overlooks the famous turquoise Amalfi seas. Despite being November, the days were glorious with gorgeous winter light, spectacularly blue skies and some of the most dramatic evening electrical storms that I had ever witnessed. 

The next day, the wedding took place at the spectacular Villa San Giacomoa beautiful terracotta-coloured villa high up the mountain blessed with the most breathtaking views of the town and coastline below. Both the ceremony and the reception were here and it provided the most intimate, unique setting. The ceremony was held on the lawn with the reception afternoon and evening taking place in the banquet area against the backdrop of the lights of Positano. 

Anyway, that's enough from me - take a look at the images below. If you would like to find out more about overseas weddings then please do email: pippacarvell@hotmail.com and take a look at the overseas weddings section of the website. 

Shout outs: 
Videography - Marco Caputo Films 
Hair and Make Up - Mack Stylist
Venue - Villa San Giacomo 

 


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