Come and discover the charming fairytale of Judith and John: a splendid Irish couple, who journeyed from the splendid, emerald green countryside of Ireland to get married among the soft rolling hills of Tuscany!

In love with Italian culture and history, Judith and John decided to celebrate their catholic wedding in the splendid church of Ognissanti in Florence, no more than half an hour away from the most bucolic nature and idyllic landscapes! Romantic and meaningful, celebrating a catholic wedding in this magnificent 16th century old church really added to the feeling of their big day: romance, beauty and emotion was everywhere to be felt!

And after the ceremony was over, the whole wedding party traveled to the magnificent castle of Vincigliata: a true “queen” among the wedding locations in Tuscany! Judith and John decided to enjoy the beauty of Florence on their own a little bit longer, without giving up on everything that is “quintessentially Italian” (thus including an amazing and amusing ride on a vintage Fiat 500).

While enjoying their welcome cocktail in their fairytale castle, served by gloved waiters and embellished by the deepest elegance, a surprise awaited this lovely Irish party: to add to the flavor of a true Italian wedding, what better way than a skilled tenor?

Elegance, classics and culture do not necessarily exclude amusement and fun though! Looking for a dream “castle wedding” in Tuscany? Just contact us for further information! We look forward to helping you make your dreams come true!

 

WeddingItaly.com - The team of Italian wedding planners planning destination weddings since 1999: Alberto, Sonia, Helga, Monica, Federica, Fede C, Raquel, Fran, Yasmine, and Yasuko.

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