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Sep 15, 2018

Intimate Amalfi Coast Elopement

Are you ready for some jaw-dropping inspiration? Because this intimate Amalfi coast elopement will have you booking a one way ticket to Italy! If not that, it will at the very least give you chills with all its gorgeous details and scenic views. Just look at that backdrop of the Italian coast! That in itself is enough to make this one of our favorite elopements to date. Everything from the intimate moments between Megan & Matt captured by Jen House Photography to the minute details of hand-painted shoes, make this couple’s big day so special! Read on to hear more about their love story from the bride herself and revel in the venue that is Belmond Hotel Caruso in Ravello, Italy.

Megan says this about her wedding day, We were able to celebrate our love in one of the most beautiful and romantic places in the world. We eloped at the luxurious Hotel Belmond Caruso. We fell in love with the views of Ravello and the Amalfi Coast almost two years ago, and knew we wanted to tie the knot there!

Our ceremony was perfect and held in the Gardens of the Belmond Caruso. It looks over the town of Ravello, and when you look anywhere you see mountains meeting sea. It is just breathtaking. Our ceremony officiant, Carmella, summed up our journey together, and we wrote our own vows to share with each other. It was perfect and so us. Our wedding was so much more perfect than anything I had imagined and everything I wanted. It was intimate, raw, emotional and romantic.

My wedding dress was a Maggie Sottero, from Kleinfeld Canada. The straps I altered myself with lace from the bottom rim of my dress to add my own personal style and touch. My Badgley Mischka wedding shoes we’re one of my favorites, not only because they were beautiful but because my Noni and Nono bought them for me.

For our honeymoon, we traveled the Amalfi Coast, falling in love with every little town we visited. The views were always a dream, it was hard to believe it was all a reality. We toured around Praiano, Positano, Amalfi, Ravello and then Rome. The food was out of this world, the views were amazing and the adventure was a trip of a lifetime!

   

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