CAPRI AND AMALFI COAST
Wedding in Capri is just a myth. And the Amalfi Coast an embrace of intense vitality. To get married in these places means building a lasting memory.Luxuriant, extraordinary, Capri with its mild climate is a Mediterranean island that has seen over time intellectuals, artists and writers and, more recently, celebrities and international jet set, all enthralled by its magical beauty. It’s a mix of history, nature, social life, culture, events, which meet here every day and that gave birth to the myth of Capri, a myth without equal in the world. In this sea jewel where Regency style and Mediterranean architecture are perfectly mixed, you can set your wedding in privacy or take a dip in the festivity of the island. Something completely common to Capri, where one can hardly go unnoticed in the legendary little square or in the lively streets. This village is always a party and used to greet the newlyweds and their entourage; with discretion and joy.
The island has many stunning locations and, above all, in astonishing positions, surrounded by gardens and overlooking the sea.This consists mainly of villas but also of luxury hotels, that have honed services, design and charm thanks to the international fame of Capri and to the exceptional hospitality of its people. It’s the same for some restaurants and beach clubs, whose properties have terraces on the cliffs. But whatever location you choose, BM Weddings will be able to plan your wedding to let you fully enjoy the magic of the island. Equally stunning and amazing are the towns of Amalfi Coast, a natural amphitheater of rocks, fragrances and suggestions, an oasis of peace where life flows intensely, but without affecting the uniqueness and the atmospheres of these places. Nestled in this wonderful coast you will find Amalfi, Positano, Ravello, Vietri sul Mare (to name only the best known places). They all are a wealth of history, art, natural beauties that has always been a landmark for the international jet set. Even Jacqueline Kennedy, still first lady in the White House and unchallenged style icon, chose Ravello for spending her vacation in the summer of 1962.
Not far from Amalfi, the astonishing Sorrento appears as a charming, elegant and beautiful small town. Sorrento has been able to preserve and pass on the glories of its 19th-century heyday, when it was included in the so-called “Grand Tour”, a journey through the most significant places of Italy that every European noble scion would have to make to complete its cultural, historical and literary education. Byron, Keats, Scott, Dickens, Goethe, Wagner, Ibsen and Nietzsche, just to name only the best known, were distinguished guests in Sorrento, where they stayed while searching for sun and inspirations. All these towns support nature and coast degrading from top to sea with narrow streets and stairs. Everywhere you look you get exciting glimpses, thanks also to the many historical houses of rare beauty, looking as true flowering lounges where the view ranges from earthy colors to blue sea. Villas on the Amalfi Coast have admirable architectures of great historical value. They were built by Italian and foreign wealthy families for their holidays. Today they can welcome fairytale weddings, even in case they have been turned into hotels. Everywhere on Amalfi Coast, in Sorrento and in Capri the food is definitely excellent, thanks to the quality of local products and to the exquisite cuisine. Here it’s all good, starting from simple pizza up to refined dishes. BM Weddings assures you that your wedding in this part of Italy will remain unforgettable for many reasons, including for food and wine. If you have the chance to spend a few days in this area with your guests, it is important to know that between Capri, Sorrento, Amalfi, Positano, Ravello and the other towns of the Amalfi Coast, the distances are short and can be managed with efficient transport lines and services. Tours and sightseeings will allow you to explore several locations, without compromising your relax and fun, even if you stay on the island of Capri.