A romantic and beautiful couple from England, Anne and Thomas got married in one of the most picturesque towns in Tuscany: Lucca. They envision a simple and relaxed wedding ceremony, in an historical setting, just to say “I DO” with their closest friends and family.
They big dream was the wedding reception site: romantic, a mix of behemian and elegance, chic and glamourous, country and not-too-country! So what’s best of this villa in the heart of Tuscany, near Lucca: does it match all these qualities?
A beautiful couple from Lebanon, Marguerite and Raja, chose Florence as spot for their wedding in Italy.
The ceremony was held in a very historic Church of Florence, famous for works by Giotto as well as Botticelli’ last resting place. The Church faces the Piazza Ognissanti, along the Arno River.
The reception took place at Villa di Maiano, a 14th century villa overlooking Florence, with a superb Italian garden, an unbelievable terrace with view and a fascinating facade.
A luxury white setting with chandeliers and lush flowers for the dinner followed by a fun party (with fireworks too!) until wee hours. All the guests from Lebanon loved the wedding party of Marguerite and Raja and so we did!
Enjoy the pictures and video of this gorgeous Lebanese wedding!
Lake Maggiore is the second largest lake in Italy and we consider it to be a beautiful jewel. With its Borromean islands, blue water and small villages, the lake is one of the most lovely locations for destination weddings in Italy.
The Grand Hotel des Iles Borromees is one of the most historic hotels in the pretty town of Stresa. It faces the lake and the charming Meazza Ballroom is the perfect setting if you are looking for a majestic event.
Alison and James, from Australia, chose this spectacular location for their big day. A Church few steps from the hotel was the touching spot for their ceremony and the elegant tall glass vases filled with summer flowers created a sweet atmosphere.
A really summer lake side Amore!
This is such a country-chic and romantic affair, look at the pictures here below!
Amber and Brent sweared everlasting love in the medieval little town of Certaldo, in the heart of Tuscany. The 13th century palace was a perfect setting for a late September wedding.
The terrace of a romantic Villa on the hills of Florence was the scenario of their reception. A long familiar wood country table with big terracotta cups filled with fall flowers, mercury glass vases with candles, candelabras in satin gold, olive branches and seasonal fruits to decorate.
A romance wedding to remember forever.
We are seriously in love with Apulia region. Why? A region with beautiful sea, still a step further from the most touristy places, with typical Masserias (“farmsteads”) with olive, orange and lemon trees in their gardens. Just perfect for a Mediterranean Italian style wedding.
Jenna and Marc came from France with more than 150 guests and decided to tie the knot in an elegant Masseria close to Ostuni. The lovely Jewish ceremony was held on the terrace and the sit down reception followed in the big garden. The party continued with lots of dances in the pool terrace until late hours. A great band and the moon over the sky made sure that everybody was having the time of their lifes!
Please enjoy the pictures here below and our Apulia villas section on http://www.weddingitaly.com/views-of-italy/tip/italian-wedding-villas/villas-in-apulia-(puglia).html