Mixed Wedding in Amalfi Coast
Love knows no boundaries. Tran and Rob’s mixed wedding in Amalfi Coast was a meeting between two distant and different cultures, the Vietnamese and English ones. They had a very intimate and lovely small wedding, attended only by a few close friends and parents. The wedding venue was the Torre Normanna, a romantic ancient tower perched on a rocky cliff by the sea.
They had a brief civil ceremony on an open-air terrace just in front of the sea, where the couple met right after the getting ready in the nearby town. The friends and the two families seemed to be so comfortable with each other, that I thought we all speak the same language in this world, though with different words.
Intimacy and Romance
Generally, intimate small weddings very often turn out to be gorgeous, and this one was no exception. Furthermore, the wedding photographer can work in a more relaxed way, thus leaving more room to creativity.
Although they decided not to go around for the photo shoot, we managed to take some time for a few portraits at the venue. So we went all the way down the stairs of the tower just by the water and had a relaxed photo-session. The party was also very intimate. No dance floor but just a bride and groom’s first dance and a relaxed dinner with their families and friends. After that, we moved to an upper terrace for the cake cutting.
- VENUE: Torre Normanna
- PHOTOGRAPHER: Guido Tramontano Guerritore
Tran & Rob – Photo Gallery
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