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Who We Are

Claudio Questa & Gabriele Del Cane

When?

On your most important day

Where?

In the place you’ve always dreamt of

How?

The way that best reflects your personality.

 

QDC Wedding is a fresh mix of professionalism and passion from Claudio Questa and Gabriele Del Cane.

Claudio, graduated in Linguistic Mediation and certified Destination Wedding Planner, provides consultancy services in the Destination Wedding area.

Gabriele, certified Floral Designer, boasts a pluriennal career in the event industry.

Together, we aim to provide you with our skills, helping you organise and create the most important day of your life. Most of all, we take you along the journey with others, supported by an experienced team of partners and trusted contractors, committed to satisfying your unique needs.

Services

What We Offer

wedding planning

Detailed planning, from the venue selection to a 360 degree-monitoring on the day of the event.

destination wedding

Pick a venue to celebrate your day outside your home country.

floral design

Every single aspect of the event arrangement, from a huge selection of flowers to your preferred placement.

styling

Make-up, hairstyle, wedding dresses, groom suits, best men and bridesmaids.

banqueting

The best catering & banqueting partners always at hand. 

venue

The place of a lifetime to celebrate your special event.

Rumtopf

Rumtopf literally means "rum pot". It is one of the countless typical beverages that we have discovered in the Dolomites, Northern Italy. It is basically a method to soak diced fruit for at least two months in rum and sugar, which act as a preservative. The aim is to...

Buckwheat Spätzle on a bed of Squash

We at QDC Wedding love the mountains, and that's a fact. But we equally love good food: here's an incredible variant of one of the most popular Tyrol recipes in Italy we found online. Ladies and gentleman, meet the buckwheat spätzle on a bed of squash. For those of...

Chicory and Rice Soup

Our new recipe this month is one of the most peculiar, tasty and sought-after Italian dishes, easy to cook and inspiring, especially for those of you who intend to visit our country in Winter. Ladies and gentlemen, meet our chicory and rice soup. Christmas holidays...
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Rumtopf

Rumtopf

Rumtopf literally means "rum pot". It is one of the countless typical beverages that we have discovered in the Dolomites, Northern Italy. It is basically a method to soak diced fruit for at least two months in rum and sugar, which act as a preservative. The aim is to...

Chicory and Rice Soup

Chicory and Rice Soup

Our new recipe this month is one of the most peculiar, tasty and sought-after Italian dishes, easy to cook and inspiring, especially for those of you who intend to visit our country in Winter. Ladies and gentlemen, meet our chicory and rice soup. Christmas holidays...

Nonna Renata’s Escarole Pie

Nonna Renata’s Escarole Pie

Dishes from Campania for a typical Christmas lunch Credits: Tribù GolosaThe fourth of our less-known and more tempting typical Italian recipes is centered around escarole, an endive-variant from Asia Minor particularly appreciated in Center and Southern Italy. In...

Cocoa and hazelnut crucchi

Cocoa and hazelnut crucchi

Vignanello, Tuscia Credits: https://www.lazionascosto.it/The third of our less-known and more tempting Italian recipes is centered, once again, around hazelnuts, typical product of Tuscia, in Central Italy. 40% of the national hazelnut production grows in this area....

Florentine Grape Bread

Florentine Grape Bread

Canaiolo grapesCredits: Vendita Piccoli FruttiIn the second installment of less-known and juicier local recipes in Italy, grapes are the main ingredient. This delicacy is made with a dough, like the one used for bread, filled with black grapes, sugar and oil. Based on...

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