This couple decided to celebrate their wedding in Verona, the city of eternal love.
The civil ceremony was held inside a frescoed palace in the city centre, decorated for the occasion with thousands of rose petals to mark the way for the guests, while a large crystal chandelier towered in the centre of the room. After the ceremony, before leaving the palace, the bride stood on the balcony of the main floor to throw her bouquet; then, the reception continued at a villa just outside the city.
The bride, wrapped in a dress with a bodice covered in crystals and a wide skirt of soft tulle, chose fuchsia as the leitmotif of the wedding. And so, fuchsia bows appeared on the invitations, in the mise en place and even on the cake. Even the tables were customised, each taking the name of a leg of the bride and groom's honeymoon.
Finally, the cake was set up in a wrought iron gazebo covered in wisteria and emphasised by the lighting service, in fuchsia of course!