A Gorgeous Wedding In Italy!
I had been to several stores within the bridal district and tried on many lovely dresses however none of them gave me that WOW factor until I found the one at Bridal and Formal. The staff at Bridal and Formal were extremely accommodating and they actually found my WOW dress for me. The dress was not one that I would’ve picked out by myself, it was not the style I had envisioned; however, the bridal consultants were certain that the dress would look amazing on me. I am so glad that I was encouraged to try on this dress because instantly I got my WOW factor and I fell in love; it was the perfect dress for my Italian wedding!
Lacrecia was great, she understood exactly what I was looking for in a wedding dress and listened to my likes and dislikes about each dress I tried on. I was provided alternative style options as well as encouraged to keep an open mind about Lacrecia’s suggestions. My wedding dress ended up being one that Lacrecia had personally picked out for me, I never would have found this dress without her!
My husband and I got married in Positano Italy June 2018. We both wanted something intimate with just the two of us and decided on a destination wedding. My husband is Italian and his family roots are in Positano which is how we decided on the location for our special ceremony. We exchanged vows on the beach of Positano with the beautiful view of the Mediterranean Sea in front of us and behind us a staircase of terracotta and pastel hues reaching up to the sky. Our wedding theme was Italian greenery, we wanted our celebration to be organic and elegant which is exactly what it was; a dream wedding!
Bridal Gown by Maggie Sottero, style Wyatt and in the Ivory/Mocha/Pewter color.
Bridal Veil by PARIS by Debra Moreland, style Gerber and in the Ivory color.
Bridal Headpiece by PARIS by Debra Moreland, style Rueplumet and in the Silver/Shell White/Clear color.
Ceremony Location at Positano, Italy
Reception Location at The Transept in Cincinnati, OH
Wedding Planner was Claire Taylor
Photography was taken by Sonya Lalla