High on the cliffs above the Amalfi Coast in Italy lies the ancient, picturesque town of Ravello. Absolutely rustic, this tiny town is the perfect setting for an intimate & romantic love scene – played here by Sara and Geoffrey.
It’s hard to believe this wedding is real – the wedding film shot by the talented Happy Together Films is so cinematically beautiful, filled with sweeping artistic scenes of the Mediterranean & a totally stylish couple, it could be seen in theatres across the globe.
And as with any costume change, we’re giddy with the number of outfits, gowns & events we get to witness in this quick & beautiful four-minute film. From the sleek & simple City Hall look (from ASOS, score!) to the modern boho ceremony attire Sara and Geoffrey are truly a stylish couple.
The Wedding Story
We decided to get married in Italy because of the lovely food and surroundings, plus we both have a little bit of Italian heritage so it made sense. Most of all we fell in love with the beautiful villa Domus Laeta and the lovely little town of Giungano.
My main dress is made by one of my closest friends, Diana Jap, who also happens to be the reason we got married because she’s the one who introduced us. I loved that she let me be part of the creative process. We scouted inspiration, chose fabrics together and it was amazing seeing my dress come to life. I love the intricate details and the flow of the fabric.
The most precious moment of all was at the end of the night when everyone else had gone to bed and we were alone for the first time as husband and wife. We sat on the roof terrace under the milky way looking at the falling stars, feeling full of wonder and fulfillment. All our closest loved ones were sleeping on the floors below us. That was the happiest moment of our lives.
“He proposed to me on the island of Guadeloupe in the Caribbean on a beach one evening underneath the stars, surrounded by our family and friends. His friends had prepared a banner with the question “Will you marry me?” in three different languages and his dad had prepared fireworks.”