A traditional Eritrean wedding under the tuscan sun

One of the things I love the most about this crazy job is the opportunity to meet always new people and cultures so far from mine that otherwise I would perhaps never got to know.
And that is how I got to meet the tradition, food, dances and colors of a country so far as Eritrea.
Thanks to these wonderful people I could taste their food and listen to different music, although unfortunately the difficulty of the language not let me understand the words I could breathe the same all the love that was in the air.   

 

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venue: I Massini
event planner: Glam Events in Tuscany
video: Gattotigre

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