The extraordinary power of simplicity: a few words to describe Cecilia and Samuele’s wedding day.

She is a lawyer in Albenga and he’s the owner of the very well-known Ristorante Scola in Castelbianco. They chose to celebrate a wedding that would describe their personalities of a couple truly in love, full of energy and enthusiasm. 

The groom got ready at home, in his own bedroom with green walls and where all the trophies he won are shown, and obviously surrounded by his loved ones. His place is right next to his restaurant, an excellence of our territory since 1926.

Cecilia was in her apartment in Albenga: she wore a lace top and a long, white skirt; on her head, a cute floral tiara, definitely a country-chic and “rock and roll” style.

The icing on the cake: she got to the Church driving her car herself, with a huge smile on her face.

Whereas Samuele walked through the street of his village, dubbed one of the most beautiful towns in Italy, escorted by his friends.


The ceremony was held in a little rustic chapel, a historical place in Castelbianco; Samuele and Cecilia together with their best men and maids of honor sat on a wood bench. Outside, a stunning summer sunset created the perfect atmosphere. The couple wore their super-cool sunglasses and have been showered by the traditional rice thrown by their friends.

It was then time for a couple photo session: they were still wearing their sunglasses but, believe us, we could still notice the emotions and excitement in their eyes.

All around us, a perfect setting: everything was so natural and magical, country chic, just like our newlyweds.


The day went into evening at the seaside: we chose to take some photos in Alassio, a wonderful beach and the town where the reception was held, in Hotel Regina.

Catering Scola organized a colorful and sparkling party: the dj started performing and everyone danced the night away.

Everyone had a wonderful time: Cecilia soon took off her shoes to dance without restraints in the fine sandy shore of Alassio.

Another unforgettable moment was the cutting of the cake, made by Catering Scola, together with a Ca’ del Bosco Magnum.


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