8.18.18 was one for the books! Back to back #sneekpeek shots 😏 I'm really trying to get better at posting, I've been SO bad at insta, especially during busy season 🙈🙈🙈 Today's wedding @lordhillfarms was absolutely stunning - Jordan made the most beautiful bride 😍 and Jonny was one Italian Stallion as a groom 😉 Cheers to Mr. and Mrs. Varianno!! #italianwedding#lordhillfarms#81818
The only things I truly missed during my wedding was my beloved little fur child @figthewiggler, and my missing bridesmaid @_katherinewebb who definitely had some important reasons to stay behind (👶🏻🏈)! Italy was a bit too far for them to travel, so I brought them with me through this incredibly special garter set by @lagartier that was given to me as a gift from @_katherinewebb ♥️ I absolutely love the little Vizsla pendant and beautiful beadwork that reminded me of my little boy and bestie! Thank you #lagartier for making it so special.
Ghoncheh 🖤 Edward | Love this photo... pure happiness | Ghoncheh looks beyond in her custom made wedding dress ✨ what a dream it was working with this beauty • Captured by fellow South Coast creative @deansnushallphoto #preajamesbride#couture
What a wonderful honeymoon we had back in 2013💕
Up there on the top somewhere is where we said "I do" on August 18, 2013 and had our wedding pictures taken. A small little village where noone spoke English. There was this amazing restaurant (that no longer exist I think) up the mountain with the absolute best pizza! We had no idea what we ordered, we just pointed on something on the menu, and everything was delicious! Perfect wedding dinner🍕😋
We explored other parts of the #AmalfiCoast as well, but Vietri Sul Mare where we stayed was by far the best town for a relaxed honeymoon
"What greater thing is there for two human souls, than to feel that they are joined for life--to strengthen each other in all labour, to rest on each other in all sorrow, to minister to each other in all pain, to be one with each other in silent unspeakable memories at the moment of the last parting?" | George Eliot