Rebecca and Jon, a couple from the United Kingdom, love Italy and often travels here when taking a holiday from work. They were married surrounded by an intimate group of their closest friends and family on the Amalfi Coast.  You must know that adding an engagement session to your destination wedding is the perfect way to kick off the celebration of the weekend and have a moment alone for just you and your fiancé amongst all the excitement of the wedding. So Rebecca and Jon decided to have a moment of relaxation and getting used to the cameras before their wedding day. All I could say is to photographing this beautiful couple in Ravello was an awesome experience to me!

Amalfi Coast Photographer

Ravello, a beautiful coastal town on the Italian Amalfi Coast, is a small piece of paradise. It’s renowned for its spectacular panoramic views of the coastline. Ravello engagement sessions are awesome! Thousands of stairs, I’ve stopped counting stairs after 400. Tights streets and super hot temperatures in the summer. Also in summer, Ravello is crowded with hundreds of tourists, so if you are planning an engagement session in summer, make sure you do that during the sunrise.

Ravello offers ancient architecture, beautiful gardens, and mentioned a breath-taking view of the sea. There are really great spots for photography like located on top of a cliff, above the Amalfi Coast, the Belmond Hotel Caruso which is famous for the spectacular infinity pool, one of the most beautiful in the world. One of Ravello’s most beautiful and most famous landmarks, the gardens of Villa Rufolo. Enchanting Villa Cimbrone, very well known wedding venue which is on my bucket list (if you planning to get married in Villa Rufolo, get in touch! – my passport is ready).

Ravello Photographer

I can talk about locations in Ravello all day. Without a doubt, Ravello is one of the world’s most popular choices for destination weddings. It’s a spectacular and the chicest and romantic town in Amalfi Coast. If your visit falls between the months of July and October, be sure to book some tickets to the annual Ravello Festival, and catch a performance by a world-renowned orchestra performing on an open-air stage perched over the Mediterranean sea. Also, make sure you enjoy a glass of the local Limoncello liqueur – arguably the best in the world, and the perfect aperitif to serve at your Ravello wedding.

Before I invite you to dive into Rebecca’s and Jon wedding pictures from Villa Eva in Ravello, please take a look at the engagement session sneak peek

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