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Wedding Venue – Val d’Orcia Country House

Tuscany is plenty of beauty, that’s for sure! Our team has just found a really great location in the Val d’Orcia area. This Country House can’t be defined just as a “HOUSE”; in fact the entire venue is part of an ancient Borgo established in the XI Century. The main building is the Villa, where […]

The importance of being Bridesmaid

Being the Maid of honour could be a tough task, because this is a role that carries great responsibility both during the planning and on the wedding day. The bride normally chooses her sister, if she has one, or a very close friend for this important duty. Throughout the wedding preparations the chief bridesmaid offers support, advice; she will […]

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe

One of the most well-known wedding traditions originating from a charming Victorian rhyme, dated to 1898, that says: “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe.“ Although this remains largely a British custom, for some times this has become increasingly important tradition for many Brides worldwide, especially in the US, […]

Wedding Shoes – How to choose the best

Wedding shoes are another fundamental thing for a bride (certainly the most important). Choosing wedding shoes is never easy. There are such a wide variety of shapes, sizes, styles and colors that finding the pair that will work perfectly with the dress you’ve chosen can seem like such a difficult decision. Let’s be honest, the ceremony aisle is basically the equivalent […]

What is your favorite Love song?

I always wondered: What is the most beautiful Love song ever? Billboard give me an answer drawing up its ranking of the biggest ‘Love’ songs to ever hit the Hot 100! Here’s the Top 10!!! #10 – “I Can’t Stop Loving You” – Ray Charles Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 for five weeks (1962) Back in 1958, Don Gibson […]