Bride Tina and groom Cameron began their nuptial celebrations with a unique blue-and-white take on the traditional white party. The initial gathering took place at the iconic Grand Hotel Convento in Amalfi, an iconic former 13th-century monastery located on a clifftop with unbeatable ocean views.
The aesthetic of the white party centred around contemporary and minimalist take on the typical Amalfi Coast blues and lemons, with the happy couple wearing the same shade of azure to welcome their guests.
Following the drinks (Aperol spritz was the drink of choice!), a sit-down buffet meal allowed guests to indulge in the Amalfi Coast scenery under the magenta blooms draping the rustic trellises of the convento balcony.
Tina and Cameron’s ceremony took place at Duomo di Ravello, a quintessential Amalfi church featuring mosaics, sculptures and masterpieces of art inside the minimalist-yet-refined chapels.
The wedding party then moved to the Belmond Hotel Caruso, an equally historic 11th century former palace, again overlooking the glistening coastline.
The Groom had amazing dance moves and loves gelato – he had a gelato in hand most of the time during the trip!
The aesthetic for Tina and Cameron’s wedding was predominantly pared back, with warm terracotta tones underpinning a green and white palette – a contrast to the lively blues of the welcome party.
The Bride owns a beautiful boutique in Atlanta, as well as a jewellery brand; therefore, the wedding elected her own signature style.
Tina and Erica (sister) designed the stationery; their mother Ema drew the Ravello map design by hand.
Planning, decor and florals / The Wedding Boutique Italy
Ceremony venue / Ravello Duomo
Wedding Venue / Belmond Hotel Caruso
Photography / Gianluca Adovasio
Video / Matteo Castelluccia
Hair and Makeup / Alessandro Mancino