Browsing Archive: December, 2016

PRESS - How exciting being printed on paper

Posted by Giuseppina D'Ambrosio on Tuesday, December 20, 2016,
I belong to the old generation, I have to admit it!

When I first had the news from Boyana, the bride, that "we" had been published on Harper's Bazaar Bride  Australia I could not hide my enthusiasm and my children, 13 and 20 years old, were staring at me like I was from a different planet!
They find everything on the internet any time they want but at their age, I used to wait 6 days or months to get the new edition of my favourite magazine!

And the smell of the printed paper? Let's talk about ...
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Symbolic Ceremony

Posted by Giusy D'Ambrosio on Monday, December 19, 2016, In : Ceremony 
A symbolic ceremony is a popular option when you are going to get married in a foreign country - it helps you saving the time and money that you would spend to get the necessary paperwork and translation.

Here are a few steps to follow to build up a perfect marriage ceremony:

1. Choose your celebrant. If you hire a pro, stop reading and rely on him/her!
2. Choose the style of the wording - formal, informal
3. Choose the music


                                    I ♥ celebrating

1. The celebrant
A p...
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About Me


Giusy D'Ambrosio I was born in the amazing and difficult city of Naples, Italy. I grew up on a land between the Volcano and the sea. Here I found my twin soul, my love, my husband and now business partner, Mimmo Morena. We married on a rainy Friday in May 1995 – against the will of our families. I was the too emancipated city girl, he was a country boy with a job that wasn’t a “true” job – professional basketball player. Anyway, we did it. Both families took part in the wedding, we had 280 guests. I didn’t care about anything but my dress and bouquet. The dress was designed and tailor-made for me by Nuage – Naples. As to flower decorations, I told the florist I loved red roses. The only thing I cared for was reaching the altar! Maybe this is why today I do love organising every single detail of a wedding – my brides and grooms get the best out of my time and expertise.