3 Day Royal Wedding in Rome.

“What is done in love, is done well” (Vincent Van Gogh)

By Micheline Diab

10-04-2020

Nicolas & Ayla just tied the knot in a lavish 3-day celebration in Rome in attendance of over 200 of their
friends and family that arrived from all over the Middle East, Europe & USA to witness the biggest day of
their love story. Micheline Diab, founder of Giritaly along with an International team of stylists, architects
and vendors transformed their dream into a timeless and sophisticated event.

3 Day Royal Wedding in Rome

The launch of festivities was with a pre-wedding get together dinner in an exclusive villa in the heart of the Parco Regionale dell’Appia Antica or what is also known as the old Roman Appian Way, one of the oldest and most important roads from Rome. A typical Italian themed party with the finest delicacies immersed in the rustic charm of vast olive fields surrounding the property.

The wedding ceremony was celebrated in the majestic Church of San Martino ai Monti, a 4 th century masterpiece that is full of frescoes and architectural monuments.

Following the ceremony, the guests moved to an unforgettable wedding reception in the magnificent Castello Odescalchi di Bracciano, a 15 th century castle that houses a museum and overlooks the great Bracciano Lake.

The concept was formed to highlight the bride and groom’s style and vision in a modern yet timeless creation which was beautifully captured by the lens of the innovative team of Morlotti Studio Padova.

The fairy-like setting filled with masses of orchids, gold accents, Roman Medici accessories and countless candles created awe on each guest’s face as entering the castle’s court.

The party started with a tasteful show by the band who flew in from Paris, to perform at the wedding reception joined by the many acts of the talented International artists. Themed entertainment, interactive acts and emotional catering transformed the evening into a once in a lifetime celebration for the couple and all who were attending.

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