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Margherita Missoni's Wedding

Margherita Missoni (the heiress to the house of Missoni) wed her longtime love the other week in the Italian countryside.    Her flowy romantic gown whilst not designed by Missoni (it was designed by Giambattista Valli ) was made using Missoni silk and organza and was based on a picture the bride cut out of a magazine 15 years ago.   Bridesmaids were in Missoni.

However what I loved most was the gorgeous wedding party filled with beautiful low set tables.  What a wonderful way to celebrate - no formal wedding tables with alternate drop meals, chairs with ugly ribbons and chair covers but rather lots of share plates, cozy cushions, colourful table cloths and bright and warm crockery (all of which are Missoni I am assuming).  Just delightful!




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