The perfect wedding Made in Italy that enchants the foreigners

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On November 20th, Moda Bridal and Destination Wedding, celebrate in Florence the Italian beauty and elegance with a special event organized by Zankyou.it in collaboration with Palazzo Pucci Events&Academy and the wedding planner Anna Frascisco. The collection of Max Mara wedding dresses will be the outstanding protagonist in the sumptuous setting of Palazzo Pucci

Fashion, art and dream landscapes. “The perfect wedding Made in Italy that enchants foreigners” is the title of the event organized by the wedding portal Zankyou.it, in collaboration with Palazzo Pucci Events&Academy, next Tuesday, November 20th in Florence at Palazzo Pucci in Via de ‘Pucci 2, a few steps from the Duomo. Moda Bridal and Destination Wedding, have chosen Italian beauty and elegance as the themes of this event, part of “Wedding Club Zankyou”, a traveling format created by the Zankyou.it wedding portal, organized for the occasion with the support of the Event Planner Anna Frascisco.

A special display will be set up dedicated to the Max Mara Bridal collection of wedding dresses to further enrich the style and excellence content. During the morning, future brides attending the event can also make a private appointment with the Max Mara Bridal styling team at the Max Mara store in Via Dè Tornabuoni in Florence for personalized advice. Romantic, yet modern wedding dresses that can be customized with unique accessories – shrugs, veils and headpieces – or even unusual items in the bride’s wardrobe, such as the suit or the small and refined biker style jackets.

Operators in the wedding sector, fashion experts, institutions, journalists and future spouses are the protagonists of the awaited appointment that includes a series of speeches related to the potential of the city of Florence and the Tuscany Region, in the context of Destination Wedding, at national and international level, thanks to the delicacies of its cuisine, to the dream landscapes, to the artistic and architectural heritage and historical residences like Palazzo Pucci itself.

Among the speeches, confirmed the presence of Gianni Stanzani, co-owner and CEO of Palazzo Pucci Events&Academy; Carlotta Ferrari, Director of Tuscany for Weddings – division Destination Florence CVB ; Alessandro Tortelli, Scientific Director of Centro Studi Turistici/the Center for Tourism Studies in Florence and councilors and other prominent figures linked to the Tuscany Region.

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