Cinderella Fairytale Wedding on Lake Como, Italy

Once upon a time, in the picturesque setting of Lake Como’s Villa Aura del Lago, a beautiful princess named Cinderella found herself swept off her feet by a charming prince. Dressed in a divine blue ball gown that accentuated her every curve, she made her way to the magical crystal ballroom, adorned with majestic chandeliers and delicate gypsophila clouds, that had been reimagined especially for her.

The celebration continued with a stunning three-tiered cake in shades of marble blue and white, adorned with delicate frosting that tastes like heaven on earth. As the night wore on, the couple danced and laughed beneath the starry skies, lost in their own magical world.

As the clock struck midnight, Cinderella realized that she had to leave, but she didn’t want the night to end. Her Prince Charming took her hand and led her outside, where they continued to dance by the tranquil waters of Lake Como.

From that day on, the couple were inseparable, and their love only grew stronger with each passing day. The fairytale romance of Cinderella and her Prince Charming on the serene eastern shore of Lake Como will always be remembered as a night of pure magic and endless love.

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We are an international dream team located in Como, Italy, obsessed with the historical and authentic paradise of Lake Como, and thrive on creating unique conceptual wedding designs.

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