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A Seaside Italian Wedding

Beach parties are fun, but beach weddings, now those are amazing. And this Italian version captured by  Maison Pestea takes the easy beauty of the beach, mixes it with a gorgeous all white cocktail party, hydrangeas for days by Tea Rose and lots of cozy conversation spots in the sand. Thus making this one beach party wedding we can so get behind. Have a look here for even more.

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Summer
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Beach
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Casual

From the Photographer… This wedding was a beautiful sunset ceremony on the beach in the south of Rome with a reception held at a private home on the beach in Sabaudia.

All guests wore white, with the bride, a former ballerina, in a very pale blue dress. Large floral arrangements in shades of blue were layered throughout the affair. Guests enjoyed cocktails on the sand where shoes were optional and as a little treat, each guest was given a pair of white Havanas.

After dinner, the party continued on the beach with music and dancing and a late night candy bar, Italian style.

Photography: Peggy Picot Of Maison Pestea | Wedding Dress: Le spose di Gio | Floral Design: Tea Rose | Catering: Nicolai | Music: Lovely Laura | Video: Fulvio Greco

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Rome Destination Wedding

If you’re going to do the destination wedding, you might as well do the destination wedding and jet off to Rome. Because, really, there isn’t much that is more romantic than that. Follow the lead of this stunning couple and bring on Italia Celebrations + Rochelle Cheever Photography and don’t worry about a thing. Your day will be beautiful.


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Summer
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Courtyard

From the photographer… Charlene and Luigi met in Buenos Aires, Argentina after becoming dance partners with the hope of mastering the passionate tango dance. From the moment Luigi met Charlene, it became a mission of his to get to know her. This bride made her groom work for her affection and he quickly proved to be her knight in shining armor after their first date.

The couple’s wedding day took place in the romantic and historic city of Rome, Italy, with a Catholic ceremony at Santa Maria dei Miracoli and a reception at Castello di Torcrescenza. Personal touches were added to their wedding by incorporating some of their favorite things. Charlene loves the vintage appeal that lace evokes so she had custom-made lace overlays displayed across the reception tables. The couple also has a love for limoncello so they ordered bottles of them from the Amalfi coast and gave them away as wedding favors.

There were countless moments from the day that made their wedding magical. They arranged a traditional tea ceremony before the wedding to honor Charlene’s family and culture. After tying the knot, the newlyweds came full circle with how they first met and did the tango as their first dance. Not only did their friends and family witness these two becoming lifelong partners, but they also saw them become lifelong dance partners!

Charlene and Luigi’s dream of having their destination wedding came true with the company of their friends and family. There are many details to consider when planning a destination wedding, but Charlene encourages future brides to not stress the small stuff. Regardless of how prepared you are, things will always go unplanned, but it does not mean your special day will be anything less than perfection.

Photographer: Rochelle Cheever Photography | Florist: Nosheens | Invitations: Digby & Rose | Catering: Relais le Jardin | Wedding Planner: Italia Celebrations | Gown Designer: Lazaro | Groom's Clothing Designer: Ermenegildo Zegna | Jewelry/Ring Designer: Cartier | Shoe Designer: Giuseppe Zanotti

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Vintage Rome, Italy Wedding

I didn’t think Italy could pull at my heartstrings any more than it already has. Enter this wedding from David Bastianoni. The stunning blooms from WedInItaly (who planned the whole gorg day), the tent that opened up to the night sky, the beautiful couple at the center have all put a smile on my face. A bigger smile than anyone should have on a Tuesday.


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Spring
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Tented

From the floral designer… The wedding took place in the countryside in the north of Rome last May. The venue was picked after having visited the most stunning destination with the couple the previous September and chosen because of its spectacular outdoors and vicinity with the city. The couple, who prefers not to be mentioned in the post (the Groom is a famous pianist in his country) had guests attending from Dubai, Lebanon, UK, US and Australia.

Since the beginning was clear that the bride wanted to achieve a spectacular event but keeping all very simple and with that sense of effortless that is behind every chic wedding. We worked along with our suppliers, in particular with the fantastic Antonio Occhiuzzi at California Catering Rome to design and create a wedding that at the same time was rustic elegant and stylish. Every details was carefully designed, from the lace tablecloth for the buffet to the gorgeous wedding cake by Angela Mazzucco. Especially the design of the marquee and its illumination kept us quite busy for few days but the result was magnificent !

Guests were welcomed for the welcome drinks around 5 pm immediately followed by the civil ceremony. After that we served a traditional Italian aperitif session with different station, including a Pizza station attended by a real pizzaman baking pizzas in the wood-fired oven. Dinner was served in the Galoppatoio that bride and groom reached accompanied by the joyful notes and dances of a folkloristic local band. After dinner party went on until 4 am !

Photography: David Bastianoni | Catering: California Catering Roma | Villa in the outskirts of Rome: Borgo della Merluzza | Wedding Planning + Flower Design: Raffaella Alflatt, WEDINITALY

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