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Good Morning everyone, and happy Monday! Welcome to another fabulous week of weddings here on the blog. We are starting off the week with a trip to beautiful Rome for the wedding of Veronica and Federico, which has been sent into me by their by wedding planners Parade .The whole day is incredibly relaxed and just gorgeous. The reception takes place in their own back garden, making the whole day so incredible chilled out and super special. Their bohemian theme runs throughout, from the casual seating arrangements, to the homemade dream catchers and gorgeous mixture of fabrics and cushions. Photos courtesy of BEM Photography.
Veronica and Federico were married on the 24th June 2017 in Rome at their home. They had 60 guests and the wedding took 6 months to plan.’
How they met
We met 4 years ago during a summer day.
How did you allocate your budget?
My previous work was an event planner so I planned everything in an EXCEL file dividing the budget between catering, decorations, music, flowers, dresses, wedding favours, lights, fabrics and pillows, photographer and wedding planner.
Where did you splurge and where did you save?
Every expenses was balanced and respected
Why did you choose your photographer?
Our wedding planner recommended BEM Photography
My dress was an original 70’s dress from Germany, I bought it at Vintachic in Rome.
The Suit and Bridesmaids
The suit from an Italian tailor factory named EMPRESA
Theme or Colour Scheme
The theme was boho and country
We had wild field flowers
Fabrics, laces, candles, dreamcatchers, metal candleholders, paper flowers
Our bikers friend’s group named Coratella Blues Band
Who supplied the stationery?
My father did, we have got a typography
I made the dreamcatchers
Special Moments or Highlights
The ceremony in the church and the dances
Advice for Other Couples
Plan everything in details but at the end don’t worry because the very important thing is to have fun and enjoy your day!
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