An iconic wedding of 2021 season that meant the world to me, a deep breath of fresh air and a massive hope to be able to plan weddings again with a bright outlook on what the future holds for us!

Whitley and Sean both hoped to get married in Puglia among their family and friends, and even if they never saw the venue in person and never tasted the food before the actual wedding day, they felt that their expectations were exceeded much more than they could have ever expected.

Whitley and Sean had an intimate wedding with just slightly over fifty guests coming from the USA and Ireland and enjoyed a joyous three day celebration of their love.

The bride wished to showcase the beauty of the masseria through the greenery and dried florals in pastel color palette, incorporating terracotta vases and typical Puglian tambourines with calligraphed names of each of the guests used as a seating plan. The tambourines were adorned with the hand made gauze napkins and creatively made on the day stationery.

That was a spectacular day to remember that finished off with a lot of dancing till early hours.

Venue | Masseria Grieco

Photographer | Giuseppe Marano

Videographer | Merak Studio

Catering | Rotondo Catering

Florist | Rollo Fiori

Bride’s Hair & Makeup | Tania Nitsak

Stationery | Martina Bianchi

String Trio | Insolito Trio

Italian Swing | Mustacchi bros

DJ & Sax | Rinaldi Events