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Italian confetti, same name different meaning

Posted by Giusy D'Ambrosio on Tuesday, January 21, 2014, In : Italian confetti 

When we talk about confetti in Italy, we do not mean those small pieces or streamers of paper usually thrown during celebrations, that we call coriandoli.  

In the Italian language confetti  are sugar coated almonds offered to guests during all personal celebrations from birth to Phd graduation parties but especially for weddings. In ancient Roman times confetti, which is the plural of the world confetto from Latin confectum, were grains and only later small sweets. They were thrown to wish go...

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Giusy D'Ambrosio I've been planning weddings for a long time, and every time is a different exciting experience! Mom and wife, I am also a member of the AWPP - Puglia Wedding Planners Association and Vice President of PWPA - Puglia Wedding Production Association whose members belong to all the different categories of entrepreneurs and vendors working in the wedding industry. I'm lucky, I love my job