Amalfi coast: Luxury Indian wedding in Belmond hotel Caruso

A Harry Potter teamed wedding in Amalfi coast for Aj and Poonam. 

Who does not want to get married in an Amalfi coast venue? For sure Aj and Poonam had a clear idea when they came to our office! 

Although this Italian coastline has plenty of enchanting villages, where you could get married in, when we took the couple around for the venue survey, they fell in love of what we call “the city of music” Ravello.

In this village, Aj and Poonam have chosen to get married in the Belmond Hotel Caruso. This former 11th-century palace boasts all the worldly luxuries anyone could desire.

We started the day with all the delivery.  All the people outside the hotel thought a prince was getting married! But it really was just the fabulous job of our suppliers that made everything look superlative. 

The bride got ready in one of the suites of the Belmond Hotel Caruso, together with her bridesmaids, while the groom was waiting for her in the ceremony area. 

A beautiful sunny day was among us! The bride arrived in all her beauty in front of a stunning sea view and obviously her soon to be husband.

After the lovely ceremony the couple decided to go around the village to take few pictures. While the guests were waiting for them over the second terrace of the hotel.

Before reaching their guests for dinner, Poonam decided to get changed and she wore a stunning Indian wedding dress.


Harry Potter was the team of the wedding. That’s why especially in the dinner area you could feel that vibes. The Golden Snitch was on the napkins, we attached keys with wings to the centrepieces and the colours of the stationary was similar to the Gryffindor.

The dinner was absolutely delicious and after that we reach the party area, an heavenly retreat between sea and sky. If you want an Amalfi coast venue with view, this is definitely The View!

After the cutting of the cake everybody danced till late! Joy was definitely the word of the day and we hope Poonam and Aj will live always happily ever after.