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Marissa & Matthew :: Vivi Bene Ama Molto :: Part I

The Italian phrase, 'Vivi Bene Ama Molto' translates as 'Live Well, Love Much.' This family motto served as the guiding inspiration for Marissa and Matthew's Tuscan-inspired wedding celebration. Let me pause right here to tell you that this wedding is so full of beautiful little details and Italian charm that it was challenging to choose which images to share in this blog entry! Thus, I decided to split the wedding into 2 blog entries so that I could include more images that I usually post. (And if you're reading this on your smartphone, the images should load quickly.) So, to Marissa and Matthew as you begin your journey together, may you live well and love much. 

{Much LOVE to the following Wedding Pros who made every part of this wedding beautiful}

{See Marissa & Matthew :: Vivi Bene Ama Molto :: Part II here}

Event Planner and Designer: Events of Distinction
Wedding Venue: Annadel Estate Winery
Flowers: Michael Daigian Design
Officiant: Rev. Peader Dalton
Invitations: Union Street Papery
Rentals- tables, tableware, chairs: Classic Party Rentals
Linens: La Tavola
Lighting: The Lux
Tent: Zephyr Tents
Barn Furniture: Wine Country Party Rentals
Bars and Furniture: Blueprint Studios
Catering/Desserts: Elaine Bell Catering
Bar Service: Bartender's Unlimited
Cake: Fleur de Lisa
Wedding Gown: Amy Kuschel
Hair/Makeup: JS Makeup Artistry

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