The Mediterranean is a complex and difficult area to describe, due to the many races and ethnic groups that have passed through it, who have lived there and who have written pieces of history there. The Mediterranean is a place of contrasts. First of all that between the sea and the mountains, which generate the charm, the curiosity and the irresistible desire to cross it. Capri contains myth, beauty, suggestion and the discovery that unites those who have the good fortune to travel in the area at least once in their lives. Getting married in Capri is all about sharing a romantic dream with the most important people in one's life
Flora BridalJessica's Flora Bridal wedding dress from the INTIMATE collection is ticking all the bridal style boxes for me today. With its whimsical soft lines, embellished lace and embroidery detail, plus long sleeves and elegant but oh so sexy wide boat neck leaving the shoulders beautifully exposed. She looks like a bohemian beauty taking in the Capri coastal views. Complementing her look with the perfect gold Jimmy Choo shoes and headpiece. Search our archives to see more real brides in Flora Bridal dresses. You won't regret it.
Bohemian Wedding Style
We opted for a fresh and lively look, perfectly suited to the summer atmosphere of the island, revealing a gipsy element in the choice of clothes and flowers. The make-up was done by Beauty Livery who enhanced the natural look with soft waves on long blond hair, a golden clasp (headpiece) with diamonds flowers and stones just above the bridal veil. To complete Jessica’s bohemian look she carried a colourful bouquet made with orange buttercups, roses, daisies, wildflowers and berries, eucalyptus leaves and pretty Chinese mandarins (kumquats). Jesse also kept the same light and fresh style of Jessica, with a Ralph Lauren suit in light grey fabric which accentuated the orange note of the boutonniere. After preparation in the elegant rooms of the Capri Palace, we reached Casa Orrico, a wonderful private villa overlooking the sea.