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Cecelia Morra & Chandler Blaschka — Minted

Cecelia Morra


Chandler Blaschka


How do I get to the wedding venue?

We recommend that guests stay in Ravello for the wedding weekend so everyone can celebrate together without worrying about navigating the mountainous roads. All recommended hotels and B&Bs are within 15 minutes walking distance of Villa Eva.

For those who might need a little extra assistance, please let us know - we will organize individual transport from the town center to our venue.

Please see the "Travel & Accommodations" page for additional information about getting to Ravello.

Is there parking available at the venue?

If you are driving yourself to Ravello you'll need to park on the edge of town and walk in or coordinate parking with your accommodations. Ravello does not allow cars within the town limits. There is limited paid parking available about a 10 minute walk from the venue at Parcheggio Piazza Duomo.


For the welcome dinner: Smart Casual Attire

For the ceremony and reception: Formal Attire

We ask that men wear a suit and tie and women wear a full-length or midi dress. Please keep in mind that we will be outdoors for much of the celebration and Ravello has many cobblestone paths so block heels, wedges, or flats may be more comfortable.

Can I bring a Plus One?

We are at capacity with our venue, which means we are sadly unable to accommodate additional guests unless they are specifically named on the invitation.

Can I bring my children?

We cannot accommodate children at our venue due to limited seating. We hope you can join us to enjoy our adults-only celebration. For those traveling with their children, let us know if you would like assistance coordinating babysitting services.

What documents are required for travel to Italy?

For U.S. citizens traveling to Europe, a current passport is required. If you would like to rent a car, you also will need an International Driving Permit for anyone planning to drive.

Your passport must be valid for at least three months beyond your return date, though six months is advised. If you need to apply for a new passport, we recommend you start your application process right away. It can take about two months to receive your passport after completing the process. For more information and to apply or renew a passport, please visit the US Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs.

In order to rent and drive a car while in Italy, you will need an International Driving Permit. This requires that you mail the documentation or visit a AAA location in person within six months of your travel. You will need two original passport pictures and a valid U.S. driver's license. You can find more information and download the required forms on the AAA website.

What is there do to in and around Ravello?

Visit two historic villas in Ravello: Villa Rufolo was built in the 13th century and was used to host banquets for kings and nobility. Villa Cimbrone is even older, dating back to the 11th century; however, most of the gardens and building as we see them today are about 100 years old, dating back to the early 20th century. Make sure to see the Terrazza dell’Infinito (Infinity Terrace) with views overlooking the Amalfi coast.

Hike the Path of the Gods: The full trail is just under 4 miles one way; however, there are multiple starting points and loops that you can choose so make sure to plan ahead.

Take a day trip (or spend a night) in Capri: Take the ferry from a port in a nearby town (consider Positano or Amalfi) to Capri. While there, visit the Grotta Azzurra (Blue Grotto) or take a boat tour, ride the chairlift to Monte Solaro for some of the best views of the island including the iconic Faraglioni rocks, or wander and shop around Capri town near Piazza Umberto I, the main square of Capri.

While traveling to or from Ravello: Be sure to explore the neighboring towns of the Amalfi coast to taste limoncello, shop for handmade ceramics, and enjoy the Italian custom of aperitivo (although, really, you should do this everywhere!).

If you're traveling near Naples: Visit the historic sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum, settlements south of Naples that were buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D. You can also visit Vesuvius National Park and hike to the rim of the resting volcano. At the top, taste the regional wine produced with the native grapes of Mt. Vesuvius.

I have more questions!

Feel free to reach out to us.

Cecelia: 443-695-0258

Chandler: 262-617-6820