Today I have a confession to make, please don’t judge me.
Hi, how was your second week of the year? I hope you managed to carve out some time for yourselves, and if you haven’t, please put down your device and do now! There’s nothing more important than spending time with each other.
Hello there! I hope you had a lovely break over the New Year and that 2016 began fabulously for you. Whether you’re a fan of taking it slow (putting my hand up!) or you’ve already dived into work/planning/goals, this feels like an exciting time of the year. Particularly so if you’ve just got engaged!
If that’s your case, first of all congratulations! I’m a huge fan of two people committing to spending their lives together and expressing their love in front of their community, so hurray for you! And if you’re planning to have a destination wedding in Italy, you’ve come to right place, as I not only specialize in this service, but I am also committed to providing sensible and judgement-free advice on destination planning on this blog.
Hello there, and happy New Year!
I am very excited about 2016, mostly because I have never before felt so ready and in control about a year. I am willing to accept that not everything will go as I wish it would, but I have a clear conscience knowing that whatever will come I will be ready to deal with it. How about you? Are you excited about having a whole extra day to make all your dreams come true this year?! If you’re looking for ways to make that happen, keep reading the blog, because I’ve planned some really useful content for the months ahead.
2015 was a truly fabulous year. I had the pleasure and honor of accompanying some fantastic couples down the path to their weddings, and beyond. For as it often happens, those who were clients are still very much a part of my life.
It was also the year that made me realize that as much as some of my talents felt as if they needed more diversified outlets than weddings, my soul and my purpose still were deep down solely devoted to helping people enjoy the freedom of having their lives just the way they want it, including their wedding.