It only takes one celebrity sighting to launch a formerly unknown wedding venue into the worldwide spotlight. And so it is with Puglia, Italy. The world was captivated in October 2012, when Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel celebrated their nuptials in Savelletri de Fasano at the Borgo Egnazia Resort, in Puglia. Other famous Italian actors and even a Lebanese Sheikh have chosen Puglia as their wedding destination.Read More»
Great reasons for getting married in Puglia
Consider Italian wedding venues and classic locations such as Venice, the Amalfi Coast, Rome, Tuscany and Lake Como immediately come to mind. But, hey, this is Italy and it’s all bellissimo, right? That means we can get off the beaten track a little and unearth some hidden treasures for your wedding location.
Think Puglia and your first instinct might be to remember your childhood geography lessons. Puglia is the heel of Italy’s boot, right?
Well, yes. But there’s much more to Puglia than just a distinctive shape on a map of Europe. It’s a stunning setting that’s confirmed by the number of people getting married in Puglia.Read More»
Highly recommended among Italy’s smartest new offers, Puglia, with its miles of unspoilt beaches, attractive countryside and its warm Southern Italian climate and warm and friendly people is not only one of the most picturesque wedding destinations; it is also one of the most affordable.
Also called the “boot heel of Italy”, Puglia is a region kissed by the sun for at least ten months a year. You will be impressed by the natural beauty of the scenario, the history and architecture and of course the food! Top destination for gourmet lovers, Puglia is the cellar of Italy and boasts a proud wine culture and tradition and Italy’s finest olive oil production.Read More»
Some movie directors have several times represented Apulian weddings in their movies , including details and traditional elements. As an Apulian wedding planner I’m going to tell about some good and curious stories of Weddings in Puglia and Taranto.
Apulian weddings are not celebrated on Sundays, guests are not less than…one hundred (the most intimate guests) just like Irish weddings! In the Church, waiting for the bride, guests are always excited, well tidy and with their shoulders rigorously covered. The priest, usually a friend of the couple, celebrates the ceremony which ends with a final applause after the kissing and the declaration of “Husband and Wife”.Read More»