26-09-2017 di Simona Cascarano
Enrico and I made a dream come true in Kenya, in Watamu.
We have been a couple for six years, but we wanted to crown our love with an unforgettable ceremony and a great party to share with relatives and friends.
But at the same time, we couldn't have a desire for something different: not the "usual" church and the classic restaurant in Italy where you sit for hours to eat and then all at home more or less bored.
What we were looking for was a very special destination!
We found it right on Watamu's white-white beach, in front of the blue Indian Ocean and coral reef.
In a first trip, last year, we found the location that we loved so much, with a spectacular sea and atolls that could have been the background to our photographs and so twelve months ago we started with the great organization of a wedding almost 10,000 kilometers away!
We chose Watamu for its fabulous beaches and little frequented in September.
There was plenty of choice, there are really romantic places and breathtaking views.
The final choice was on the beach of Jacaranda Bay.
Organizing everything was a difficult, difficult and meticulous task, but it was largely rewarded by the most beautiful wedding we attended and participated in our lives!
And behold! At 11 a. m. ceremony: anxiety, agitation, strong emotion. He is waiting for me near the priest, on the beach, dressed in white and beige linen, barefoot on foot, surrounded by decorations of fresh flowers of bougainvillea and frangipane.
Behind him there was a crystal clear blue sea that was a splendid setting.
Our guests, all dressed in "Total White", twenty-one arrived from Italy and three residents in Kenya who waited for us beating their hands and listening to songs tuned by a local gospel choir.
Friends called it a film wedding: the fine white sand, fresh flowers, woven palm hearts, smiling people and all barefoot barefoot in the sand to dance and celebrate our great love.
It was a dream in the dream, an incredible fairy tale of which we were the protagonists.
Together with Kenya, Watamu!
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