The Art of Marriage

Posted by on Feb 27, 2015 in General, Uncategorized | Comments Off on The Art of Marriage

Today we want to share with you one of the most beautiful wedding poem by Wilferd A. Peterson. In my opinion, not only his words are full of love, but they can be some useful rules for a good marriage! “ Happiness in marriage is not something that just happens. A good marriage must be created. In the Art of Marriage, the little things are the big things. It is never being too old to hold hands. It is remembering to say ‘I love you’ at least once a day. It is never going to sleep angry. It is at no time taking the other for granted; the courtship should not end with the honeymoon; it should continue through all the years. It is having a mutual sense of values and common objectives. It is standing together facing the world. It is forming a circle of love that gathers in the whole family. It is doing things for each other, not in the attitude of duty or sacrifice, but in the spirit of joy. It is speaking words of appreciation and demonstrating gratitude in thoughtful ways. It is not expecting the husband to wear a halo or the wife to have the wings of an angel. It is not looking for perfection in each other. It is cultivating flexibility, patience, understanding and a sense of humor. It is having the capacity to forgive and forget. It is giving each other an atmosphere in which each can grow. It is finding rooms for things of the spirit. It is a common search for the good and the beautiful. It is establishing a relationship in which the independence is equal, dependence is mutual and obligation is reciprocal. It is not only marrying the right partner, it is being the right...

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Welcome on board Emanuele!

Posted by on Feb 13, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Welcome on board Emanuele!

One of the most important aspect in planning a Wedding is certainly photography. Although, even if this such important day still remain into a couple’s heart, a photo can make our memories stronger and immortal. This is the reason why during a preliminary step in a Wedding, choosing the right photographer is very important, for every couples need. He should be careful in framing faces and every single gesture at the best ways he can. Over the years, Europewedding secured many collaboration with different professional all over Italy, keeping good relations until now. However, our group has recently move closer to other professional in order to guarantee a more wide set to our future couples. It is with pleasure we want introduce you our last partnership with Emanuele Sironi (WeddingClic). Emanuele is thirty-years-old who works in photography for over 10 years, initially in fashion, then carrying on with Weddings. Gentle and sensitive, he’s a true photography talent, because he can catch every precious moment of your most important day, light and discrete. If you are curious to find out more about him, you should make a jump on the page dedicated to him in our website, where you can also see some of his best shots. For more information ask...

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Many thanks from the bottom of our Hearts.

Posted by on Jan 9, 2015 in General, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Many thanks from the bottom of our Hearts.

We are really happy to announce you that, for the fourth year running, we’ve been awarded Wedding Wire Choice’s Award!! We want to thank from the bottom of our hearts, all our couples that give us their positive testimonials on Wedding Wire. We really appreciate that our job is recognized as valuable, professional and off the highest standard!! Every time that our efforts to ensure the best day for Brides and Grooms lives result into a perfect job, we could not be more happy and proud!!! We will certainly keep going this way!!...

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The Beauty of Capri

Posted by on Oct 24, 2014 in General, Settings, Uncategorized, Wedding Location | Comments Off on The Beauty of Capri

Italy has plenty of terrific spots, that’s for sure. It is even really hard sometimes to express feelings and emotions that they could inspire. Capri is definitely one of them. Luckily, we have found a gorgeous description of this little Mediterranean isle given by Smithsonian.com (just few quotes) that gets the idea across perfectly!    “For over 2,000 years, this speck in the Gulf of Naples, only four miles long and two miles wide, has been known for its dazzling beauty and extreme tolerance. Writers, artists and musicians have long been drawn to its shores. “Capri has always existed as un mondo a parte, a world apart,” said Ausilia Veneruso, the organizer of the Matermània Grotto event and, with her husband, Riccardo Esposito, owner of three bookshops and a publishing house that specializes in writings about Capri. “It is the hermaphrodite island, a collision of mountains and sea, where opposites thrive and every political ideology and sexual preference finds a place,” she told me. “By the 19th century, our little island was for artists like the center of the world: Europe had two arts capitals, Paris and Capri.” Capri’s cosmopolitan past remains part of its allure. “For centuries, Capri was shaped by foreign travelers,” said Sara Oliviera, vice president of the Friends of the Certosa (monastery) of Capri. “The island was a crossroads of international culture. Now we want to revive those connections.”… …Today the island is more popular than ever, as shown by its two million visitors annually. Residents are worried. “Once, visitors would rent a villa and stay for a month,” says bookshop owner Ausilia Veneruso. “Now they come for only two or three days, or even worse, come as i giornalieri, day-trippers. And Capri is a very delicate place.” The influx has led to overfishing and overdevelopment. “The sea is lost,” Raffaele La Capria writes in Capri and No Longer Capri, “more lost than Pompeii and Herculaneum,” while the island itself suffers “a kind of process of dry putrefaction.” Still, peace and solitude can be found, even in summer. Most tourists cluster around the marinas and piazzas, leaving the miles of hiking trails along the island’s rugged west coast virtually empty, including a three-hour Route of the Forts, which links several medieval fortresses. And after the day-trippers leave in early evening, even Capri town appears much the same as it did when Gable watched Loren sing “You Wanna Be Americano” in a nightclub…” Capri can’t be summed up in this little description, of course! If this article raises your curiosity about this tiny Mediterranean isle, don’t hesitate to contact us for further information. We can assure that Capri could be the perfect choice for your wedding day!  ...

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