Alan and Giorgia wanted an ancient and terrific church for their wedding. They didn’t ask for a cathedral or barocco church, but preferred a romanesque style.
We found an almost unknown country romanesque church, built in the XIII century.
The church is located in Guastalla, Reggio Emilia province, where Parmigiano Reggiano was born and is still wildely produced in every dairy factory of the area. The area is also famous for its Prosciutto (ham), hereunder sliced with an ancient “Berkley” slicer.
Count-down for groom and bride’s arrival in Italy has started. We wait for them to come and let them chose last details for the ceremony and the reception.
In the meantime, you can get a look at their florist’s website: http://www.laboratoriofloreale.it/
To be continued…