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1, 2, 3 say FORMAGGIO!

While not all of the guests at the reception will rush to the dance floor when the DJ plays a song like Twist and Shout, everyone loves a photobooth! Everyone knows that with a photobooth, you get silly, strike a pose, and have FUN! As a hot and trending wedding feature, the photobooth is on its way to be considered a complete and total must at the wedding reception. While a photobooth can be rented, couples have started to think outside of the box (no pun intended) by abandoning the traditional photobooth and creating their own “photo corner”. Not only is this alternative wallet friendly, but it also lets couples incorporate their own touch!


The Backdrop

The backdrop or stage setting to the photo corner is crucial. What can be considered a more impeccable backdrop than the Florentine hills and Tuscan scenery? The competition is slim. It’s basically impossible to use a backdrop as B-E-A-UTIFUL as the Tuscan country (cough ALL of Italy cough). So, why not just use the picturesque setting Mother Nature is giving you? With absolutely breathtaking scenery, historical significance, an air of romance, and stunning architecture, Florence is literally begging to play back drop. Italy can offer couples a truly unique event that reflects the beauty and romance they have fantasized about. 

Props

In addition to the backdrop, props are another must-have for the perfect photo corner. From mustaches to holding old frames to wearing crazy glasses and silly hats, props can range all across the board, giving the photo corner even more personality. Couples even tend to personalize how they choose to collect and share the snapshots from the photo corner. For instance, some couples have constructed a make-shift gallery with all of the snapshots, while other couples chose to fill their guest book with the snapshots. No matter what, the results are absolutely priceless!

Sicilian Wedding

Originally called Trinacria in the ancient world due to its triangular form, Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. This Italian region is located at the tip of the Italian boot-like peninsula. Enjoy people speaking both Italian and Sicilian on every street.

Have your wedding ceremony in ancient temples like the Cathedral of Monreale and have the reception at a five star hotel over viewing the archeological treasures from Greek and Roman Empire times.

During your holiday week, visit the typical grapes, wine, olive and orange plantations around the beautiful Sicilian countrysides. All those produces are sold at local markets like the one in Palermo. Enjoy local folklore and the fusion of millennial long cultures. Its multiple cities like Syracuse, Messina, Catania, and Palermo.