On Saturday 3rd October we took part in the Wedding Day promoted by Atelier Emé in the city of Lucca
Come and visit us at Atelier Emè Lucca in via Mordini where you will find our brochures dedicated to the organization of your wedding. In the showcase a table set according to the latest trends will be a source of inspiration for your event 2021!
We have chosen for you: sage coloured tablecloth in prestigious satin, Ginori plates decorated with vintage roses, crystal glasses with gold border and gold coloured chairs with cushion to make your guests' seat softer...
On Saturday the Tuscan brides were the protagonists in the organization of their special day.
The Atelier, in line with the anti covid regulations, has managed the appointments replacing the traditional fashion show with a 'tailor-made' test made by a model.
Unfortunately the dresses could not be tried on but were worn by the model, three wedding dresses chosen from the Wedding 2021 collection.
After this phase our representative Simona was available for an interview about the organization of the wedding in Tuscany, a nice chat about the most desirable locations: villas, castles, country houses, the number of participants at the wedding, the type of ceremony that the brides intend to plan for the summer 2021 and then a brief overview of our experience in planning. Organization, coordination, budget consulting above all, and creativity, research in particular... Simona has managed to make the visiting brides feel at ease and we are looking forward to welcoming them to our show room in order to make their special day unique.
Also our trusted make-up artist has contributed to make this afternoon at Atelier Emé, the brides have been able to do a free make up trial in combination with the chosen dress.
A selection of dresses to look at, other brides to confirm themselves with, a professional planner with whom they can exchange ideas and an excellent facial make-up to match the chosen dress, these are the winning ingredients of this Wedding Day 2021. Our table will be on display until Tuesday 6th October, so come and see it!