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                Are you dying to find out how the wedding went?! While Mariano and Eleonora have left to go on their honeymoon, the crew here at MDVStyle have taken full liberty to tell you all about it –so don’t fret! Just kick back, relax, grab a coffee, as we give you the 411!
The wedding day was equally as exiting for us because as his team, we went through the whole journey together! So seeing him happy, made us even happier.
Both the ceremony and reception were held at the Procopio Castle, just a couple of kilometers outside of Perugia, Umbria (known as the “heart of Italy”). The panoramic scenery was simply breathtaking. 
All in all, it was a day filled with indescribable emotions for all of us. 
But one thing’s for sure; there was a lot of teamwork that went into the planning and preparation, so that every minimal detail could be curated to perfection thanks to the collaboration of some excellent people. Everything humanly possible was done to make the most important day of Mariano and Eleonora’s life that much more special.

The wedding was a trademark “Made in Italy” event, so nothing was left to chance!  Even the houses of the bride and groom were preciously decorated by Valentina Groppo’s creations, as they made sure that every minute detail was perfect.
The atmosphere was absolutely romantic, starting from the beautiful sky, shinning down on what was a stunning autumn Sunday evening. 
Mariano and Eleonora were both escorted individually by their own Maserati, as they came out looking absolutely fabulous. The radiant Eleonora came out wearing a romantic corsage and laced dress, designed by Alessandra Rinaudo, accessorized with a long veil. Her hair was elegantly pulled back, as her bangs were lightly above her face, thanks to Vogue’s hairdresser Roberto Moretti. The finishing  touch was just some light makeup, applied by Alessandra Trasatti. Meanwhile, Mariano was walking in style, elegantly sporting his pair of Santoni shoes.
The floral décor was beautifully curated by Flower Designer Vincenzo Dascanio, regarded as one of the most renown decorators in all of all Italy. His work really brought the castle to life, giving it that magical touch, particularly seen at the ceremony where Mariano and Eleonora were side by side, immersed by flowers all around them before the beautiful Umbrian panaroma. It seemed like a fairytale brought to life.
On a carpet of flowers, the newly weds said “I do” to each other, as they exchanged their golden rose rings from Italian Jeweler Damiani.
And their flower girls?! Who could forget them and their contagious smiles! Their long powdered color dresses were designed by Feleppa FV and accessorized by Jack&Co jewelry. We can’t do without giving a special shout out to the adorable ring bearers; Tommy, Matilde, Isabel, Stella, Arianna and Nicole! They were dressed up by NINA – Handmade With Love. Their floral crowns, along with their shoes, were both made by Naturino. 
Not only were the young people taken care of, but even the grandparents were elegantly clothed in the thematic “champaign” color for the evening by Musani. 
“Ti amo in tutte le lingue del mondo” (translated: “I love you in every language of the world”) is the name of the bracelet Mariano wore, made from Amen.
The reception post ceremony was filled with happiness and unique detailing.
The banquet at the reception was exploding with life, characterized by many unique details that really made the celebrations all the more beautiful. There was a spread of all kinds of different things; macarons Ladurée, torte di caramelle (candy cakes), even scarfs from Airoldi were handed out, as the night got progressively cooler. There were even limited addition accessories from Jimmy Cristal.
The wedding cake was made by the acclaimed Renato Ardovino, from “Le Torte di Renato”. The confetti and bonbonniere were taken care of by Crispo
–because tradition is tradition! 
The guests were entertained by the stunning voice of Gospel singer Cheryl Porter, as she charmed guests at the ceremony, and into the reception as well.
The setting of where everybody was dining was enriched by Elelight, as beautiful plants and flowers were hung from the ceiling, and chandeliers from IVV shone brightly as the night got darker. Woodillon also crafted memorable trademark wooden accessories dispersed throughout the hall.
We thought it was especially cool that as soon as guests would arrive, they would go see the Tableau Marriage, and find their special Cruciani Mercury “E <3 M” bracelet waiting for them (designed especially for the wedding), along with an indication of the name of their table.
The night was filled with laughter and toasts from the winery of Fontezoppa. Dancing was no issue, as once the music started to play, the heels of Wo Shoes were quickly replaced by flipflops from Havanians, as they were distributed to all distressed females and courageous males, so that they could dance the night away –if not in style, at least in comfort! 


It was an unforgettable night, one that will last long in our memory. Cheers to the newly weds, we wish you all the best.
WITH MUCH LOVE,
MDV CREW!

Siete curiosi di sapere come è andato il matrimonio? Mariano ed Eleonora sono partiti per il viaggio di
nozze. Mettetevi comodi, ve lo racconta la Crew di Mdvstyle! E’ stato un giorno entusiasmante anche per
noi che abbiamo condiviso tutto con loro, in particolare una super dose di felicità. La cerimonia e la festa al
castello di Procopio, a pochi chilometri da Perugia, in Umbria, proprio nel cuore verde d’Italia, sono state
semplicemente fantastiche.
Quante emozioni indescrivibili vissute tutte insieme! Di una cosa siamo certi:  è stato un grande lavoro di
squadra, curato nei minimi dettagli con la collaborazione di creativi eccezionali. Tanto made in Italy per
rendere speciale il giorno più importante del nostro Mariano e di sua moglie, Eleonora.
Nulla è stato lasciato al caso: dalle case degli sposi impreziosite dalle creazioni di Valentina Groppo al
particolare più minuzioso e inimmaginabile. Ecco tutti i retroscena.
La cerimonia: stile romantico nel segno della tradizione
L’atmosfera era decisamente romantica, a partire dalla luce morbida di una domenica d’autunno.
Mariano ed Eleonora, arrivati ciascuno a bordo della propria Maserati,  erano raggianti. Per lei, un abito romantico con
corpetto e maniche di pizzo firmato da Alessandra Rinaudo, un lungo velo e capelli raccolti in maniera elegante dall’esperto Roberto Moretti di Vogue parrucchieri, a incorniciarle il
viso. Un leggero trucco, opera di Alessandra Trasatti, ha reso la sposa ancor più bella. Lo sposo, elegantissimo, ha raggiunto l’altare indossando le sue Santoni.
L’addobbo floreale curato dal  Flower Designer Vincenzo Dascanio, uno dei più importanti d’Italia, ha reso lo scenario naturale del castello davvero
magico, con gli sposi, mano nella mano, affacciati su un panorama da favola.
Su un tappeto di petali di rosa, hanno detto sì, scambiandosi fedi in oro rosa e diamanti firmati Damiani.
Le damigelle. Come dimenticarle? Nel loro lungo abito cipria realizzato appositamente da Feleppa FV. E, soprattutto, che sorrisi
contagiosi!? illuminate dagli splendidi gioielli di Jack&Co. Adorabili anche i paggetti: Tommy, Matilde, Isabel, Stella, Arianna e Nicole nei loro elegantissimi vestitini di Nina hand made with love. Raffinate le coroncine di fiori e
le scarpe da cerimonia Naturino. Tutto davvero perfetto.
I nonni, felicissimi e fieri di questi novelli sposi, indossavano abiti nelle nuances degli scuri e del color champagne, di Musani.
“Ti amo in tutte le lingue del mondo” è il nome del bracciale di Amen che indossava lo sposo.
Il ricevimento: allegria e dettagli unici
Il banchetto è stato allegro e vivace, caratterizzato da tanti dettagli unici che hanno reso la festa ancora più
bella: una distesa di squisiti macarons Ladurée , torte di caramelle, oggetti preziosi come le sciarpe di Airoldi per
proteggersi dai primi freddi autunnali, gli accessori di Jimmy Cristal limited edition e la sontuosissima torta nuziale de Le Torte di Renato.
Lo stesso Renato Ardovino era presente al matrimonio. E poi tanti confetti portafortuna Crispo, perché la tradizione vuole la sua parte.
Indimenticabile la voce suadente della carismatica cantante Cheryl Porter che ci ha fatto compagnia sin dalla cerimonia, proseguendo durante tutto il ricevimento.
La location arricchita dall’allestimento Elelight,  con un soffitto a pergola di fiori e piccole lampade, davvero
suggestivo con il buio della sera e accessori in legno di Woodillon e tutte le cristallerie di IVV.
Perché prendersi cura delle persone che amiamo è anche attenzione per i particolari.
Appena arrivati infatti gli ospiti hanno potuto conoscere il nome del loro tavolo prendendo dal Tableau Marriage un cadeaut: il bracciale Cruciani Mercury E <3 M realizzato proprio per il matrimonio di Mariano ed
Eleonora. Un dono per rendere ancora più unica quest’occasione.
La notte è giovane. Viva gli sposi
La notte è stata piena di risate, brindisi con i vini delle cantine Fontezoppa, festa e balli scatenati. Via i tacchi 12
di Wo Calzature e spazio alle infradito Havanians. In alto i calici per augurare tanta felicità a Mariano ed Eleonora. Che
notte, ragazzi! Indimenticabile.
AUGURI!
MDV|CREW
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3 Comments

  1. Mariano & Eleonora, Thank you for sharing your wedding with your fans/followers/supporters( myself included). May your love grow daily as through your actions & words you renew your love & respect for each other. Many blessings

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