Ciao, Sonia, first, I want to say how VERY pleased we were with all your help with our wedding. Here are my comments about all the arrangements:
Pre-wedding planning and documents: although getting all the proper documents together was a lot of work, you made everything very clear and we knew exactly what we needed. We thank you so much for making arrangements with the Genoa consulate to take care of our papers by mail so that we did not have to move our wedding date. We appreciated all your help, and you answered all our questions promptly.
Comune di Positano: everyone at the town hall was so nice. The woman we met with the day before the wedding (I think her name was Silvana) helped us with our last minute paperwork, and was so sweet to us.
The hairdresser did a lovely hairstyle, and I was very pleased. Thank you for arranging to have the little roses for my hair.
The flowers were BEAUTIFUL! I did not think the florist would be able to reproduce the bouquet that I liked, but they did. It was perfect, just what I wanted.
The ceremony: Mrs. D'Amato was wonderful, and obviously very happy for us. The terrace was lovely with the little flowers on the railing. It rained just before the ceremony, but the sky cleared in time for us to be married outside on the terrace. Afterward there was a rainbow!! The vice mayor was very nice, and the musicians were great.
The reception at Next2 was lovely. The food and the service were perfect. They even let us play "our song" ("At Last", sung by Etta James) which we brought on a CD so we could dance.
Villa delle Palme was WONDERFUL. Our room was pleasant with a beautiful view of the sea. The owners were so very nice. It felt like staying with family. If we return to Positano, we will stay there again.
Again, thank you for everything. We are SO glad we chose to get married in Italy. Our wedding was so special and will be a wonderful memory through the years. Your help made it all possible. We would be happy to recommend your agency to anyone thinking of getting married in Italy. We wish you well.
Ellen Sloane and Richard Wirth