Federico and Maria Vittoria are an Italian couple who chose to get married in Rome in the church of S'Antonio dei Portoghesi in the heart of the Campo Marzio district. Maria Vittoria Paolillo, jewelry designer and well-known influencer, got ready in her birthplace and wore for the occasion a mikado dress created for her by Atelier Emè. Federico, of Milanese origin, got ready with his friends in a hotel in the center. Sant'Antonio dei Portoghesi was set up with flowers in shades of white and green and with candles that made it even more sumptuous. After throwing the rice, we headed to the Pincio terrace for some couple photos. Rome at sunset was magnificent and Federico and Maria Vittoria were happy, accomplices in their love. The location chosen for the reception was the Cardinal's Gallery, located inside Palazzo Colonna. Upon arrival in the room we were speechless: the set-up created by the scenographer Andrea Riccio for the occasion was a marvel! In fact Maria Vittoria chose to bring the hexagonal shapes that are what distinguish her jewels into her wedding (in the place cards, in the tableaux, in their initials). Before all their guests took their seats at the table we used the room to capture the bride in her magical world: she looked like a queen with her long and elegant train! After Federico's moving speech, the multi-storey wedding cake, also rigorously hexagonal, was served. The first dance with his dad kicked off the party. The whole event was entirely created by the wedding designer Eva Presutti.