The Wedding of Melissa Satta
Today has been a very special day, linked to one of the moments of my life that I’ll remember forever. I’m talking about the first fitting of what will be my wedding dress. A few weeks ago, I went to Mantua to visit and get to know the company that produces the amazing Atelier Emé creations.
The dress creation
I met their team of seamstresses and designers and together with Raffaella Fusetti, the brand’s creative director, we started designing and creating what would become my dream dress. Little by little we’re getting there, we’re creating the perfect dress, the dress of my dreams. A unique, emotional experience. From choosing the silhouette of the dress to the fabrics, crystal-embroidered lace or tulle... An incredible dream that’s coming true... The best way for me to explain my feelings is through the video below... I’m so happy to tell you about this emotional day... the one where we chose dresses for my bridesmaids: my closest friends who will accompany me on this important journey. Atelier Emé gave us use of their beautiful showroom and their exceptional consultants, so we could choose dream dresses. Trying dresses on and browsing all the different options of colours, patterns, cuts and shapes was lots of fun, a bit like an American rom-com! The closer I get to the fateful day, the more I realise that this dream is becoming my reality, and being able to share these moments with my friends is one of the most important things for me...
18th October 2018
Maria Vittoria Paolillo
The detachable fishtail wedding dress with the long veil by Atelier Emé, was created together with the brand’s creative director Raffaella Fusetti
16th August 2017
Nicoletta Reggio and Mirko Verzeletti promised each other eternal love on 16th August 2017, surrounded by their loved ones and closest friends in the setting of Joshua Tree Valley, in south-east California.
1st July 2016
As a little girl I always dreamed of princess dresses, those ones you can’t breathe or walk in because they’re so big, and of course a veil, three metres long, obviously.