A wedding that was classic Puglia. A ceremony among ancient cloisters and a rustic party among the trulli, a local menu to please the most ardent of foodies, and of course the glorious Puglian countryside.
An elegant yet fun wedding for sophisticated tastes…
The bride and groom were two London foodies longing for a truly authentic Italian wedding in Puglia. They loved the idea of trulli (a traditional, cone-shaped style of building specific to Puglia) as the perfect setting for a super-rustic yet elegant wedding, and wanted a menu that provided the very best foodie experience the region has to offer.
And that included not only the typical food and wine for which Puglia is famed, but also panini as antipasti, handmade on site by locally-renowned chef Marino (think of a Puglian Heston Blumenthal!), and a roster of classic cocktails given a quirky twist with local ingredients. And of course, a locally-made Puglian wedding cake of fresh patisserie cream and millefleur.
The Madama team took care of every detail and practicality, including music, flowers, hair stylists, and even a post wedding lunch for friends and family in a fantastic local eatery.
The bride and groom were over the moon with how their wedding day went, and afterwards left the Madama team a glowing review:
‘We could not be happier that we planned our wedding with Elisabetta and Veronica. Both of them have made the whole experience stress-free and lots of fun from the very start, and they have become our friends in the process.
‘Being based in both the UK and Puglia meant the planning process was really easy and efficient – they were very open and honest about what could work, and always went above and beyond in making sure we were happy with everything.
‘Our wedding day was everything we had dreamed of and more. All our guests have commented on how relaxed we were in the run-up to the wedding and how seamlessly the day went, but that is only because the two of them were in the background making sure it was that way.
‘We could not have done it without them and now it’s over, we want to go back and do it all over again. Thank you so much Elisabetta and Veronica.’