Private Nuptials In PositanoWords by Natalie Long
Photos courtesy of Rochelle Cheever
“As we were researching ideas online, we came across Rochelle’s website and simply fell in love with her photos of Positano, [it was then we knew] we wanted to be married there,” says the bride.
“…Because we found each other a little later in life, we wanted this experience to be extremely private and personal,” says Jennifer. “In addition, we both had always wanted our wedding to be very intimate and secluded and what better way to do it than in a beautiful, romantic, remote location?”
Although Siamak and Jennifer wanted a private, intimate wedding, they still made sure to accommodate and include the ones they cherish most in the celebration of their newfound love.
“There were definitely people on both sides that were disappointed they would not be able to share in this special occasion,” says the bride. “We decided to have a civil ceremony in Santa Barbara that included those closest to us. We also promised all of our friends we would have a post-nuptial celebration upon our return.”
The couple enjoyed every minute spent in the gorgeous setting of Positano. “The entire experience was amazing and could not have gone better,” says Jennifer.
Siamak and Jennifer’s romantic wedding turned out better than they had ever dreamed. “Our wedding experience was so magical; we can’t imagine it any other way.”
The bride’s advice: “Remember this is your day and stay true to what’s most important to both of you.”
Vendors: Names: Wedding Location: Positano, Photographer: Rochelle Cheever, Ceremony/Reception Site: La Tagliata, Hair & Makeup: Sylvia Gerzeli, Gown Designer: Berta Bridal, Groom’s Clothing Designer: Hugo Boss, Other Vendors: L’Fay Bridal, Jeffries Beverly Hills, La Tagliata Restaurant & B & B, Celebrant Rosa Pauli.
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