I have to confess that, when I got Vilma’s first call, I got amazed. I think I never perceived such an antusiasm, curiosity and yearning to get started with wedding plans. Living between Miami and New York, Vilma has mexican and cuban roots, while Aryan’s father has middle eastern origins. They had already planned a trip to Italy with Vilma’s family to secure a venue and work on the various preparations for their wedding in Tuscan Villa that should happen in one year. That was the only trip they could organize. So we planned a busy week with site inspections, tastings, hairstyle and makeup trials, meeting with florist and so on.
Their perfect place was an historical villa not too far from Florence. Sorrounded by vineyards ad olive trees, with plenty of frescos and art pieces, bride and groom had no doubt that that was the one. However they didn’t want to spoil the ambience and the sorroundings of the wedding. So the most of guest stayied in Florence, where we organized a welcome aperitif at an informal restaurant located in a courtyard of the city centre.
The wedding day itself ran smoothly, with everybody enjoying the light of the sunset during the cermony. Although it was a symbolic celebration it has been enriched by the traditional mexican ritual el lasso: a large rosary placed around the couple as a symbol of unity.