Luxury wedding design
Luxury wedding planning and design
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With the second Office in North Italy, we handle all requests for a luxury wedding in the most beautiful and famous places in Italy.
Our main Office for South Italy is situated near Brindisi, a few kilometers from the heart of Salento. Discover some of the most beautiful, famous venues to get married and some hidden corner of paradise where celebrate your love.
Wedding in Masseria: discover the beauty of a real and ancient Masseria in the south of Apulia!
Salento: the most exclusive location for a luxury wedding in Puglia. Immerse yourself in the history, taste the real olive oil and dance the real “pizzica”.
Our most exclusive venues: Gallipoli, Lecce, Santa Maria di Leuca.
Say YES at the sea: white beach and turquoise sea, for a ceremony and private reception on the beach. Some spectacular spots: Gallipoli, Peschici, Ostuni.
Valle d’Itria: The central area of Apulia, is famoused by the particular cone-shaped white houses, the Trulli.
Here you will find many Masserie for a romantic wedding in Italy. The most exclusive venues: Savelletri, Alberobello, Cisternino.
Where we like to stay here? In an exclusive location as Borgo Egnazia, Masseria San Domenico, Masseria Torre Coccaro and Don Luigi.
More reserved information, for these exclusive locations.
Polignano a Mare: Fairytale town, whose oldest part stands on a rocky outcrop overlooking the Adriatic Sea. Our favorite restaurant in Polignano is Grotta Palazzese, built inside a real cave on the beach! So luxurious!
Taranto: Where history meets the sea, within an exclusive and unique location, below which still lives a real Roman aqueduct. To stroll among the olive trees and enjoying an unforgettable sunset, we stay at the Relais Histò, where the walls preserve tradition and history.
Porto Selvaggio: If you prefer the intimacy of nature or a green wedding with a wildsoul, here you will find places for a wedding in the woods or on a deserted beach. Our favorite spots: Torre dall’Alto and Santa Maria al Bagno.