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With every region in Italy having its own specialities and Italy being a foodie’s heaven, how do we sharpen it down to five favourites? Italian couples tend to go for a very long wedding meal...

How to choose your colour scheme for your Destination Wedding in Italy: Get inspired by your Italian venue. The season and the colours to suit. Set the mood and ambiance, Having all your favourite colours may not...

Here in Italy the country has been at the centre of the world’s attention these past three months, amidst the health crisis and uncertainty of a quickly evolving situation. It has affected many couple’s important plans, and the...

Being Venetian the choice of the town was compulsory: there’s no city like Venice. Plus, I wanted a location where you could see the water and have the possibility to make both the ceremony and the party at the same...

We got set up by mutual friends in 2016 and had our first date in Marylebone at the Grazing Goat pub. We were engaged in Jan 2019 in Kitzbuhel, Austria, actually we had an aborted attempt on a...

At Casa Collina Events we are proud and honoured to be part of each couple’s special wedding day in Italy and assist in every way possible to ensure everything runs smoothly and to plan on the day....

Organising a destination wedding in Italy can be a challenge. Let’s say it’s good to know you have someone who ‘has your back covered’! An independent wedding planner will work for you and only you...

For a truly authentic Italian wedding, it’is a must to include wedding favors or bomboniere.  These can range from small little satin sacks tied with ribbon or more extravagant gifts for your guests, to thank them for attending your wedding. The...

Let's talk about #italian #weddingcakes that have been part of a #marriage feast from earliest times. The Romans and Greeks consumed #ceremonial cakes made from wheat, later it became a kind of spiced bread and by Tudor times sugar, eggs...

We just wanted to say thank you to everyone who visited Casa Collina Events at the Tiny Weddings Fair in Birmingham UK in March! We had a fantastic turn out and was so nice to meet so many people. We...