Bride’s Cars :



The Sicilian driver of the rented Fiat Cinquecento would not budge. In no uncertain terms, he declared that no one but he could drive the car—not even the father of the bride, as the wedding party had planned. So Talia did what any enterprising American gal would have done: She popped herself up out of the sunroof so that her dad, walking alongside, could hold her hand as they slowly made their way to the 17th-century church of Santa Caterina. Townspeople, dazzled by the spectacle, joined th…