Well, we had a lovely Easter & the weather here just keeps getting better & better - a sure sign of hot times this summer. And although I'd like to be out tanning on the beach with the best of them (the crowds are growing friends), I've been working on a few projects & looking forward to things to come.
And while we're certainly no William & Kate (I have been glued to the TV coverage though, tres romantique), our wedding plans are taking shape. If you can call "taking shape" having the invitations sent; the English ones that is. The French ones are still in the works, & all I can say is thank goodness for Brides magazine & a little thing called DIY.
But what the heck does this all have to do with these pretty photos from Rome? Well, these are from our last "planning trip" a few short weeks ago, and I go over them every so often and marvel at just how beautiful this city is.
Rome is obviously still a stunning city in the wintertime, but the spring colors that came alive earlier this month are truly exciting.
We spent most of our time in the Monti neighborhood, one of our favorite spots in Rome, and also had a chance to cruise by the Campo di Fiori market.
There was a a lot of time for pizza indulgence, and you can definitely see these Roman "colors" outside of springtime, but I find them irresistible nonetheless. Might have something to do with the taste as well - after about five slices, I'm usually convinced.
Hope you enjoyed this little window into our latest trip to Rome & bon weekend a tous! xx