A Dreamy Amalfi Coast Wedding | Part Two



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This is Part Two of this dreamy Amalfi Coast wedding where we explore different cities and staples! The week was filled with incredible landscapes, good food, loving company, and of course the best fashion looks. We journeyed from Ravello to Positano to Capri for a truly epic wedding week of fun!

The Palazzo Avino is a 5 star hotel in Ravello, Italy that is the perfect luxurious escape. With fresh white walls, geometric tiles and ocean views among the gardens, this is a fantastic pick for a honeymoon.

If you head south from Positano (or north from Ravello) in between Positano and Villa Treville you will see an Instagram worthy fruit stand on the side of the road. There is a fun older gentleman that runs the fruit stand and if you ask for a photo with him too he will let you stay and take as many photos as you’d like. He also sells fresh orange juice that is super tasty.

Franco’s is one of those iconic bars you see on TikTok with insane views and artfully decorated cocktails. We recommend arriving early if you don’t have a reservation (but try to make reservations if you can) and where a chic outfit for the most stunning photos of your vacation. We went here twice! Keep in mind that it is a bit pricey, so budget accordingly as they have a drink minimum.

If you walk around the shops in Positano you will find gorgeous, painted ceramics and lots of local fare. Research the area well so you can find where you want to stop for souvenirs.

Some of my favorite views were right outside my hotel room at Hotel Buca di Bacco! Seriously, just steps away was this balcony and veranda that overlooked the ocean and iconic landscape. I took my couple here for a few photos with an Aperol Spritz to embody the spirit of La Dolce Vita.

Another beautiful spot we arrived at for cocktails was at Le Sirenuse Positano. There is Aldo’s Cocktail Bar and Seafood Grill. There is outdoor seating with fresh seafood, cocktails, and appetizers. Perfect for a casual luxe moment with friends.

On one of the days during the trip we took a private boat out to Capri and visited the Faraglioni, which are 3 rock formations off the coast.

We arrived at the il riccio restaurant & beach club where we had a light lunch of pasta (check out their dessert room!) and checked out the Dior Pop Up.

The last stop on Capri was at the Giardini di Augusto. These gardens were beautiful with majestic views, lush grounds, and the occasional sunbathing cat. A stunning end to a dreamy trip to the Amalfi Coast.

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