News | A quick note for non-Italian readers

venerdì 7 novembre 2014 14:53

As I've announced two days ago (in Italian), Bride in Italy is restarting with a slight change of route.
I'll feature less no-matters-how-cool accessories and decors, and more breathtaking landscapes, ancient and uniques churces, gorgeous locations.
Environments, undiscovered locations, food, local arts and crafts: Italy is much more than popular destinations and clichés that you may have seen in every inspiration blog.

I'd like to show to all you, friends from abroad (but, also, to my lazy compatriots) how unique, beautitul and passionate can a REAL italian wedding be.
I love Italy and I'm gonna strongly fight any standardization of Italian culture. We've got the most rich cultural, monumental and environmental heritage. We feature the most talented handicraftsmen, chefs and artists. And photographers, of course.

Nope, on Bride in Italy you won't find any "spaghetti and mandolino" cliché. You will discover that Italy is much more than Venice, Rome, Amalfi Coast; and also, that Rome is much More than Colosseo, Venice is not just canals and bridges (and gondoliers in striped shirts), and Amalfi Coast is not only Ravello :)

Are you ready to (re)start this travel with me?
I'll leave you speechless. Promise.

Procida Island, Campania, ph by Tania Lerro Photography - Coming soon on Bride in Italy

Santa Maria Assunta in Bominaco, Abruzzo, Ph by Giancarlo Malandra Wedding Reporter | Coming soon on Bride in Italy


PS: Another good news! As you may have noticed, Bride in Italy will mainly be in English since now. For a better understanding by anyone.
Let's destroy the first cliché about Italy and Italians:
we CAN speak foreign languages! :)

firma

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