Armand and Patora choose for their intimate and romantic wedding the lovely seaside resort of Costarei in the South.
A select group of family and close friends witnessed their exchange of vows under a beautiful flower arch in a truly romantic ceremony held on the beach in a superb location facing the Mediterranean crystal blue sea.
The feeling was enhanced with a classical guitar singing a classical repertoire chosen by the bride and groom.
The ceremony was followed by an aperitif on the beach and a BBQ dinner by the sea overlooking the sunset. At the end of the dinner a beach party under the moon warmed by torches completed the event.
The couple wrote:
“We had the most amazing, beautiful and unforgettable wedding in Sardinia! The truth is we couldn’t have done it without Frinaeventi. From the moment we contacted Frinaeventi and throughout the many months of planning, they were warm, helpful, professional, informative and captured our brief completely; they understood that we wanted a beach wedding which would be intimate, romantic, informal, and fun-filled. In return they planned and delivered a wedding on the beach that was all of these things, and fulfilled our desire to have a BBQ dinner by the sea overlooking the sunset and a beach party under the moon warmed by fire torches! Every aspect was just perfect, from the flowers, decor to the hair and make-up, offered as part of they traditional wedding planning service. However, they also provided an impeccable service to accommodate our non-traditional request for a Chinese tea ceremony. The fact that the wedding day exceeded our expectations and the expectations of our guests, who were more than complimentary, is a true testament of their dedication, great work, professionalism and experience.
We couldn’t recommend their service highly enough to other couples thinking of getting married in Sardinia. In fact, we’d recommend Wedding Sardinia Frinaeventi in a heart-beat with no hesitation what so ever. Thank you again and no doubt we will see you again when we return to the beautiful island. Ciao for now! Armand and Patora”