This exclusive and extraordinary destination wedding was designed for Alexandra and Stephan at the end of September at beautiful Odescalchi Castle in Bracciano. The couple was looking for something special and unique and big enough to host many guests coming from all over the world and that is why they chose the Odescalchi Castle near Rome. The Castle is one of the most evocative and most important Renaissance Castles in Europe, with its majestic gardens, the magnificent and suggestive courtyards and the fascinating rooms full of history. The perfect place for a luxury destination wedding in Italy.
Sanda Pandza Events have designed for Alexandra and Stephan a delicate blu and white tones wedding with so many beautiful details.
The religious ceremony took place inside the beautiful and historical Mauselo di Santa Costanza church in Rome. Alexandra had her makeup inside her home and she looked so beautiful in wedding dress.
After the ceremony, the guests travelled to Bracciano and were welcomed by the performance of floral ladies provided by Nu’Art Events company. The aperitifs were served inside the magnificent Secret Garden with its breathtaking view over the Bracciano’s lake.
The seated dinner was set up inside the Court of Honor with the central round table that had an impressive 3 meters high floral installation designed by floral designer Andrea Patrizi. A touching speeches of their lovely family members created a true magic during 3 courses dinner, served by Natalizi catering and with the lamp ladies entertainments.
The wedding cake cut was done inside the majestic Court of Honor. All guests enjoyed the after party with a delicious sweet buffet and they danced until late at night with the live band music of Goldsingers from Monte Carlo.
Sanda Pandza Events was honored for have been chose as a wedding planner of this amazing couple for the organization of their Italian destination wedding.
CREDITS: Sanda Pandza Events, Castello Odescalchi, Nu’Art Events, Natalizi Catering, Latitudine-41, Goldisngers, Andrea Patrizi, Roberto Marchionne