If I were to sit and think of the most aesthetically romantic wedding ever it wouldn’t come close to these Tuscan nuptials. Maybe if there was a horse… but that’s it! Thanks to being completely in love and planners Getting Married In Italy, this couple had a truly swoon-worthy ceremony (there’s even more majesty the full gallery thanks to David Bastianoni‘s stunning photos). That’s amore!
From Getting Married in Italy….Danielle & Hayden were looking for a classy venue in the Tuscan countryside where to celebrate their union surrounded by their families. An outdoor setting was a must for this lovely British couple and luckily the chosen venue could offer an historical courtyard entrance which turned out perfect in their rainy day. The entrance of the bride was accompanied by her preferred classical piece of music: “Clair de Lune” by Debussy.
Ethereal was her walk to the aisle in a silk chiffon dress with the sparkling accents of the crystal brooches and accessories, thus creating a nostalgic, vintage yet modern feel. The color scheme chosen by the bride was silver and white. Her personal touches were supported by her fully devoted mother whose constant contact was a precious and invaluable help for the planning.
The bride personality was infused into several details from stationery to Italian favors for guests and elegant décor. The majestic castle room hosting the seated reception warmed up the atmosphere with its frescoed ceilings, crystal chandeliers and hand carved fireplace. Tall decorations made with hydrangea, lysianthus and roses looked like clouds in a sunset sky.
Photography: David Bastianoni | Bridal Bouquet: gettingmarriedinitaly | Bride's Gown: Jenny Packham | Bride's Jewellery: Jenny Packham | Bride’s Shoes: Louboutin | Caterering, Wedding Cake: Castello Di Oliveto | Ceremony And Reception Venue: Castello Di Oliveto | Event & Wedding Planning: gettingmarriedinitaly