Who I am
Let me introduce myself: my name is Susanna and I am a wedding planner and a celebrant.
After obtaining the tourist qualification, which gave me the basis for organization, I was included in the staff of the small family local, where I was able to experiment and refine the planning of small events.
Shortly thereafter, the need and desire to grow professionally and organize something bigger and more important were felt therefore, taking advantage of a period of inactivity, I followed specific courses about organization of weddings and on writing and celebrating of secular ceremonies ...
And here I am today, making couples and entire families happy!
The greatest satisfaction, for me, is when people say they have recognized the spouses in every detail!
Why I've choosen this profession
I have always had the conviction that an important event such as marriage is not necessarily to follow traditions and customs; and the experience of these years has strengthened this belief.
Marriage is one of the most important days in a couple's life but couples are each made in their own way. For this reason, the event of union between two people can and must represent the uniqueness of the couple who is taking that important step.
My intent is precisely to create an event that tells the stories of two people who come together in a unique future, starting with the ceremony and arriving to cutting the cake. Ceremonies and receptions in which every detail represents the spouses and tells a part of that story.
Unique and personal events, because on that day you must feel it as YOUR day and not as the copy of a thousand other weddings!
Why engage also farewells?
in the same way and for same reasons I've decided to do not esclude sadder and more difficult (other then hardest to be managed) life's moments: the farewells. As any other celebration, also the last greating to a dear person can and must depict the person we are honouring, recalling and telling they in the way would wanted to be. Even if convey emotions are very different respect any other event, professionalism, devotion and empathy needed for ceremony preparation are exactly the same.