The dress code for our wedding is formal/semi-formal. The rules of the Duomo di Ravello (location of wedding ceremony) are traditional. Women are recommended to bring something to cover their shoulders during the ceremony if possible.
What will the weather be like?
The ceremony will be held indoors at Duomo di Ravello. The remainder of the wedding celebrations – from Prosecco in the piazza to after-dinner dancing - will be held outdoors. The after party will move inside Villa Eva. The average temperature during the day in August is 86 degrees, and at night 76 degrees. Due to being +/- 1,000 ft. above sea level, Ravello (location of ceremony and reception) generally runs 5 degrees cooler.
Absolutely. We are monitoring the situation in the United States and Italy daily. Our wedding planner has been a wonderful resource due to her residing in Amalfi. The safety of all of our family and friends is at the forefront of our mind.
What should I do if I can't make it?
You will be missed! If you cannot make it to the wedding, please let us know as soon as possible and RSVP "no", so that we can plan accordingly.
Are there other wedding events that I will be able to attend?
Please check back for updates as we plan additional wedding gatherings.
If I still have wedding related questions, what is the best way to contact you?
Please feel free to contact us anytime via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our best to respond to your important questions in a timely manner.
FAQ - Travel
Do I need a passport? Is there important information I need to know about my passport?
Do I need a voltage converter for personal items that need electricity?
Yes, you cannot use your United States electrical appliances in Italy without an electrical converter. Adapters and converters can be found on Amazon as well as likely at your local big box retail stores.
What is the currency in Italy? Can I use my debit card? How should I exchange money?
The official currency in Italy is Euro. The Dollar to Euro exchange rate continually changes and can be checked here. Yes, you can use your debit card in the Italy. *IMPORTANT* In order to avoid your bank freezing your account while abroad, please notify your bank prior to departure that you plan on using your debit card in Italy. Please also check with you bank/credit card company that no additional international fees will be charged. It may also be a wise decision to exchange Dollars for Euros at your local bank branch or AAA store prior to departure. Euro orders may take multiple days to arrive.
Will my cell phone work?
Yes, but standard/domestic cell phone plans will accrue large roaming fees. It is recommended that you contact your cell phone carrier to learn about short term international plans. Wifi is widely available but not as reliable as an international cell phone plan.
Does anyone speak English?
Yes! Mostly everyone you come in contact with will speak fluent English.
Will there be assistance in scheduling transportation to and from the airport?
Yes, please contact our wedding planner with your flight itinerary. She will help you to arrange for airport transportation to and from the airport.
I am prone to motion sickness, should I bring anti-nausea medication for the drive?
Definitely! A portion of the drive from the airport is notoriously known as "the road with 1,000 bends", and contains some 180 degree turns. Although beautiful, it is known to affect those that are prone to motion sickness. All drivers to and from the airport will speak English and are very experienced at navigating the roads.
Is the selection for OTC medication as plentiful as it is in the States?
Although there are pharmacies, the selection and quality of OTC medication is not as plentiful and sophisticated as it is in the United States. We urge guests to pack all essential OTC medications.