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Tutto Sposi Is Back! – Fortezza da Basso, October 28 – November 1, 2017

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One of the most highly anticipated events for the industry insiders and for all those who wish to organise their own wedding following the latest trends.  120 exhibitors, coming from all over Tuscany – wedding dress boutiques, travel agencies, florists, photographers, jewellery shops, catering and entertainment, confectioners, restaurants, agritourism centres, car rentals, printers, wedding planners, music agencies and musicians. This year, for the first time a section will exclusively devoted to luxury offer. This event will feature fashion shows, concerts with deejay sets and music for services. The most beautiful models will compete to become the face of the new advertising campaign for Tutto Sposi. The event will also feature the course “AAA Cercasi Wedding Planner” (Wedding Planners Wanted). Among the guests, Mikael Gremire, official pilot of the Lamborghini Race Team, and Francesca and Stefano, stars of “Matrimonio a prima vista Italia 2”. “The silver wedding for Tutto Sposi is an important achievement, and after all these years this event proves to be the most important showcase for the wedding world in Northern-Central Italy – explains Laora Mecaj and Roberto Giustini, organisers of the event. This will be an extremely rich edition, with a special focus on society evolutions, particularly on civil partnerships, with many guests, events and fashion shows to give an exhaustive overview on the expertise and professional qualities required to create a dream wedding and to fulfil the couples’ needs, following the latest trends. Every wedding is unique, and we help couples make that day an unforgettable moment.”

“We are celebrating the silver wedding for ‘Tutto sposi’, – stated Cecilia Del Re, Councillor for the Economic Development of the Florence Municipality – an event of national significance, with many industry companies offering solutions for those who want to get married and, from this edition on, also for those wishing to celebrate a civil partnership. Florence remains a privileged location for weddings and is chosen also by many foreigners who celebrate their most beautiful day in the city. Weddings are also a treasure trove for the city – I still remember a famous Indian wedding which took place here some years ago, thanks to which the fountain of the Santa Croce square could be restored.”