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Monthly Archives: August 2011

All You Need Is Love… Under The Tuscan Sun

A beautiful Tuscan Castle in the Valdichiana perfectly set the scene for a romantic and moving ceremony, which was the realisation of a beautiful love story. Tierney and Richard have always demonstrated their love for one another.  Richard loves to amaze and surprise Tierney by arranging unexpected trips and events, ensuring that their lives are […]

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Malcesine.. A romantic experience by Lake Garda

For Tom and Beth it was love at first sight and a couple of years later they realised their dream wedding in arguably the most romantic country in the world. In the shadow of spectacular Monte Baldo and overlooking splendid Lake Garda lies the majestic Castle Scaligero Malcesine. This is an extremely popular wedding destination […]

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A Marriage Beyond Words in Tuscany

The beautiful Tuscan chapel featured in the fabulous scrolling gallery above is one of the most atmospheric and beautifully maintained that we have ever seen and is situated in an elevated position surrounded by olive trees and vineyards. Location is key but of equal importance is the tone and delivery of the wedding ceremony. The […]

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Wedding in Umbria.. A Fair Irish Maid in Italy.

Gather together a large group of wonderfully friendly people from Ireland and offer them incredible Italian fayre, not to mention unforgettable wines and you have the recipe for a hugely successful wedding celebration! A converted monastery in Umbria was Justin and Catherine’s preferred location for their outdoor wedding ceremony. August can be sweltering and the […]

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Making Waves: An Emotional Same Sex Blessing by the Sea

  Around 120 enthusiastic participants had gathered on a beach just outside Rome, patiently awaiting the arrival of the Groom… and Groom! This was the most talked about ceremony of the year so far and even a journalist from a popular Italian newspaper had turned up with a photographer, in order to chronicle the event […]

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