Featuring: Natalie Kane & Paul Tacori







Date: 09 May 2010
Planner: Anna Sorrentino 335 5715586 anna@acva.it
Location: Hotel Caruso – Ravello – Italy
Photography: JoAnne Dunn Photography – JoAnne & Kim

Key Suppliers: For further information contact Anna Sorrentino
– Flowers: Malafronte Floral Design – Armando Malafronte
– DJ & Music Entertainment – Wedding Music by Marco Cantarella
– Hair – Total Hair design by Gerardo
– Make-up: Enza – Frai Form

The Finer Details:
Bridal Accessories: personally designed by Tacori www.tacori.com
Items of amore – Bride’s Shoes by Manolo Blahnik shoes

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Featuring: Nicole Lawson & Alan Cairns

Date: 28 April 2010
Planner: The Amalfi Experience – theamalfiexperience.com
Location: Villa Cimbrone – Ravello – Italy.
Photography: JoAnne Dunn Photography – JoAnne & Francesco
Key Suppliers: For further information contact Jacquie Coppola
Flowers: Malafronte Floral Design – Armando Malafronte
DJ & Music Entertainment: Wedding Music by Marco Cantarella
Hair: Total Hair design by Gerardo

Make-up: By the bride

The Finer Details:
Colour scheme – Pinks & Lavender
Bride’s Dress by Monique L’Hulier
Groom’s Suit by Richard James
Bridal Accessories by Jenny Peckham
Objects of amore
– Bride’s Shoes by Louboutin Bridal Shoes
– Groom’s ‘made to measure’ shoes by Jeffery West Shoes



Help your photographer to understand you better.

It is only natural that the better your photographer understands you and your wants, the better your photos will be. You can help your photographer to understand you in several ways…a few ideas to start with ..

1) Be available to meet with them before your big day for a coffee and a chat. This gives you key bonding time! Bonding is vitally important, after all you will be spending a lot of time together with your photographer on the most important day of your live.

2) Bombard them with information about yourselves. Your story, your tastes, your dreams, desires and fantasies. The more you talk about yourselves the more familiar your photographer will be with you.

3) Make a collection of personal photos that you love, or photos/poses that have caught your eye from fashion or bridal magazines. Ask also to see their portfolios and work examples. Show them which images, styles and poses that you like the best. This gives a great idea of your tastes and how you want your wedding images. Tell them what your must have pictures are.

4) Tell them about your complexes and pet hates. If a photographer knows in advance what you feel sensitive and shy about, they will know how to avoid and work around these.

5) Find them on Facebook and connect your profiles. The information on your profile will tell your photographer a lot about who you are.