MADE IN ITALY GOES TO THE ROYAL WEDDING

The Destination Wedding is the trend of the moment and it involves everyone, more than ever VIPs.

Many famous couples of Cinema and TV shows have chosen Italy for their wedding day, organizing truly exclusive parties in stunning Villas.

Did you remember the most recent ones? Kanye West and Kim Kardashian in Florence, George Clooney and Amal Almuddin in Venice, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes near Rome, just to make few examples…

Italy is the land of love; singers, actors and models from all over the world know it well.

Nobles and royals know this too, as in the case of future spouses Harry and Meghan, who will marry at Windsor Castle in front of 600 guests this Saturday.

 

What to do when the love for Italy is strong but you have to get married in England?

 

Simply invite Italy as a guest at the Royal Wedding.

 

BOUQUET AND CONFETTI FROM ITALY

 

You got it right, Harry and Meghan have chosen Pelino, a specialized business company based in Sulmona, for their confetti and bouquets.

We are sure of this, thanks to a press release from the company.

It is not the first time that this happens. This tradition has been carried on by the English Crown for long time, both for the marriage of Carlo and Diana and, later, for William and Kate.

Imagine… the company has been contacted approximately a month ago, with a phone call directly from the British Embassy.

The staff of Pelino has created a flower in the colours of the English flag engraved by hand with the names of the couple. Also seven qualities of confetti have been delivered to the Embassy obviously prepared following the recipe dating back to 1400.

Immense satisfaction for the company but also for all of us.

Knowing that Made in Italy continues to make people talk about our story, it is a truly and immeasurable gratification.

Are you dreaming a Made in Italy wedding?

Send us an email and we will realize our dream with the best Made in Italy vendors.

 

Simona and Benedetta

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