7 Dec 2009

Real wedding :White, Pink and Green

One of the first things any couple needs to do when planning a wedding is to decide upon the style of the wedding - in particular the wedding theme and the wedding colour scheme.
The theme and colour help set the tone for the day and can also provide both the wedding party and all of the guests with a memorable and impressive experience. They can reflect your personalities, hobbies and interests and give your wedding the individuality and flair that it merits.
A sunny wedding at the end of September: the ceremony was arranged in the courtyard of an old farmhouse, outdoor in the garden. The sunny and warm  day   has brought out the decorations and the flowers  bright colors ,chosen by the spouses.

The catholic wedding was arranged under a white chuppah, decorated with pink hydragea and pink roses. The wedding couple chairs were decorated with big pink hydrageas, gysopholia, fuchsia ribbons, ficus leaves and green. The bridal  bouquet was made from white, pale and brilliant pink roses, from green moss, white freshia and pearls. Young bridesmaids wear little green baskets with roses petals. To keep the wedding theme, the bags were decorated with pink and fuchsia ribbons. White wedding cake shaped bubbles were arranged in a basket at the entrance of the wedding aisle.

An italian food wedding reception followed the ceremony, round tables were arranged in one of the old stable, nowadays renovated and transformed in a long room . Flowers centerpieces were fishball vases with pink roses floating and green leaves, placed on a square mirror , decoraded with sparkling pink gems. The bride's veil had a pink border and a big  silk pink peony decorated the wedding gown. As the italian wedding tradition requires:  a tasting of "confetti" (sugar almonds) was arrange on a big table, decorated with different glasses and fuchsia organza.

Wedding Pictures :  Studio Fotografando &  Mauro Pozzer
Wedding planning and decoration : Varese Wedding

4 Dec 2009

Winter Wedding in Italy

For people who don't mind the cold, winter can be a great time to travel to Italy and to get married. Italy offers a nice weather through the year and in winter can be terribly magic and romantic.

Pictures by lilianhaidar.com and bridesmagazine.co.uk

Tired of grey skies and chilly weather? Want to spend a few days wandering along sunny streets in milder climes? Or are you looking for snowy heights where the slopes call to winter sports enthusiasts? The cities are full of life, events, markets , all the businesses, bars and nightclubs that close down in the heat of the summer reopen for fun. Winter in the city is usually a busy, bustling time. Christmas doesn't dominate the entire season as it does in some other countries, but December can have a festive feel, with Christmas markets in many towns.

The final winter festivities come with Carnevale, the pre-Lent carnival. This is celebrated to different degrees throughout Italy (Venice's Carnival is the most famous and glamorous), but everywhere you will see small children dressed in fancy costumes ,confetti and sweets.

Real Wedding: A last minute event !

When Janine called me the first time to ask information about a wedding in Italy, she was desperate. She originally planned to get married aboard a cruise ship midway through a Mediterranean cruise whilst docked in Pisa. Two weeks prior to sailing, they were devastated to find out that they were unable to have the planned wedding. They had 100 guests and a wedding to arrange in such a short time.

Also for me it was a surprise, but I have not surrendered and I begin to work to find immediately a solution for them. It was an hard work, as we need to arrange a civil style wedding and a reception in a nice venue, very closed to Livorno, where the ship was going to stop, with a reasonable budget.
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