Via Veneto, the street of “ La Dolce Vita “ is a unique experience, a step back in the 60’s where it is still possible to savor the dreamy atmosphere of the Roman Dolce Vita.
With its popular cafés and night-clubs Via Veneto has been the theatre of many famous love stories. In the late fifties and sixties you could easily bump into Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart caught shopping in the boutiques or into Romy Schneider and Alain Delon dining at the Café de Paris not to mention Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer or Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton costantly chased by paparazzi.Read More»
A marriage is the binding of two people, two families and more often two countries and traditions that come together for a lifetime.
It’s surprising how much the different ceremonies and traditions we have been lucky to learn of in the past years have touched our souls.. there is always something mysterious and romantic about traditional ceremonies..
Many of our couples come from far away countries to celebrate their wedding in Italy and they often decide to incorporate ancient traditions and folklore in their Italian event. While some opt for small details or little touches, others prefer planning the full ceremony in total respect of their customs.Read More»
The civil ceremony was planned at the Castle in Portofino, an ancient Fortress, completely made of stones, with a surprising large terrace overlooking the enchanting panorama over the sea and the gulf of Portofino and Santa Margherita Ligure.Read More»