I’ve made no secret of the fact that if I were to marry Mr STG again, it would be in the gorgeous ‘boot’ of Southern Europe. There is simply something magical about Italy. It feeds the soul. It conjures up a world in our imagination and touches so many thanks to it’s art, fashion, culture, food, climate and collection of insanely contrasting but always stunning vistas.
A destination wedding in Italy is one thing but trying to choose where to have it is another. How to pick from the sun-drenched Tuscan olive groves, Venice and all its romantic splendour, Florence and its history and elegance, Rome and its Dolce Vita cityscape, the sophisticated glamour of the Amalfi coast or snowy, classy Cortina D’Ampezzo?
But, like reading a book, everyone comes away with their own interpretation of Italy’s best bits.
And that’s why if you’re thinking of having your Jewish wedding there, I think it’s a pretty good idea to turn to a group of experts who can take on the challenge of understanding your vision, building on it and ultimately realising your dream wedding.
Well today’s your lucky day because I’ve found exactly who you’re looking for: SposiamoVi are superior Italian wedding planners who I first discovered through Olivia and Jacob’s breathtaking Jewish wedding that took place in Florence. I blogged it last year but this is a wedding that will stay with me for a very long time and you must check it out if you haven’t already. The, style, planning and delivery of it are simply astonishing. Once I had seen what SposiamoVi were capable of with this wedding, I snapped up them right away as Smashing Suppliers.
SposiamoVi was set up ten years ago by Alice, an interior designer and Cinzia, an event organiser and they currently boast offices in Florence, Portofino and Amalfi.
They’re an awesome team of high-achieving and inspired wedding planners. Armed with a golden rolodex of trusted suppliers right across Italy, they provide local knowledge and know-how and with a team of creative directors, stylists and designers to hand, they can turn your wedding into an art form.