View Posts By:




Authentic Italian Villa Le Colline Wedding

Details? We love ‘em. But every now and then a wedding full of raw beauty, graceful, quiet moments and authenticity comes along and captures our attention. The kind of wedding that pulls it’s energy from the beautiful people, breathtaking scenery and tradition, like this fete planned by Infinity Wedding And Events. From the full-of-anticipation getting ready moments to the Italian-style dinner, you can see the story unfold in Gianluca Adovasio‘s lovely imagery.


From the beautiful Bride…We met whilst working together at a bar in Melbourne in 2006. I was working in marketing and Luke was the new bar Manager. He was constantly making excuses to call me for work purposes and one day plucked up the courage to ask me out.

After 6 years together, we went out to celebrate Luke finishing his honours degree. He took me to a small family owned Italian restaurant where we had our very first date. He was being very coy and seemed quite nervous (which is unusual as he is never at a loss for words!) and pulled out a gorgeous diamond ring he’d had made and popped the question.

From very early on in the relationship we knew. We moved in together after dating for 4 months. We just worked well together and knew we would be together.

2 years was the length of our engagement – we knew straight away that we wanted to get married in Tuscany which is a place very special to us, having spent much time there for Luke’s studies and work. So we wanted to share the beautiful experience with everyone else and give all of our guests enough time to plan an amazing holiday in Italy.

We hired a beautiful 17th century villa called Villa Le Colline in Impruneta for the week, in the countryside, 20 minutes outside of Florence, Italy. We held the ceremony in the garden of the villa overlooking the Tuscan hills.

We held a symbolic ceremony in the garden with 40 of our closest friends and family. A good friend who had been there since the start of our relationship was our celebrant, which made the experience so much more special to us. I was very nervous before the ceremony, but when I walked out and saw all of our friends and family and Luke standing there, I was excited and surprisingly calm. Luke’s sister sang a song for us, “A thousand years” by Chistina Perri. Luke and I both wrote and chose our vows. Luke memorised and recited William Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18 to me as part of his vows. It was a beautiful gesture. The view over the countryside was also breathtaking; it was a perfect day.

Our reception was also at Villa Le Colline, we had one long table, Italian style just in front of the villa. The villa was the perfect setting, being an old 17th century home, antique oak doors and shuttered windows with flowering wisteria wrapped around the façade. To complement the natural beauty of the property, we set up rustic lanterns lining the grounds of the villa and bistro lights intertwined around the large tree in the garden under which we cut our wedding cake.

We held aperitivo by the poolside of the villa with a complete spread of beautiful antipasti. For the reception, we had a five piece jazz band who played Frank Sinatra and Al Green and other classics as well as party songs later into the night. Our caterer and wedding planner was Barbara from Infinity weddings and events, who was incredible. The food was a four-course dinner with beautiful simple Italian food, beef carpaccio to start, ravioli with butter and sage, roast suckling pig with roasted peppers and pinenuts for the main and a traditional Italian wedding cake, millefoglie. Our wedding favours (bonbonniere) included little bottles of organic olive oil and limoncello, each tied together with traditional sugared almonds. After dinner, there was an open bar with grappa, brandy and cigars my father had brought for the boys. There was also plenty of prosecco, coffee, vin santo and cantuccini to finish, Tuscan style!

We made a trip to Florence a year earlier and visited a number of different venues. When we first saw Villa Le Colline and met the lovely owner, Andrea (villa has been in her family for generations since it was built), we knew immediately this was where we would have our wedding. It was just spectacular, elegant and beautiful. It certainly did not disappoint for our guests either.

Gianluca Adovasio was our wedding photographer; Gianluca and his wife Mary, are incredibly talented photographers. I searched high and low for the perfect photographer in Italy and after seeing their work, there was no one else I would rather have had. We had a pre-wedding shoot in Florence the day before the wedding to get to know them better. They are very funny and made us feel at ease. Neither Luke and I particularly like “staged” photos, but their work and photos just blew us away.

Wedding colours were ivory, navy, grey and green. The theme was very simple, elegant to fit in with our style, the villa and Tuscan location. We had olive leaves and branches featuring in the table setting and bridal party flowers (how could we not – it was Tuscany and the villa had its own olive grove!). Flowers included sweet peas, hydrangeas, white David Austin roses and blackberries.

I spent hours in the lead up to the wedding, looking over wedding shoots, real wedding articles and inspiration for wedding settings, flowers, cakes, hair and makeup and ideas for bridesmaids dresses.

We had three bridesmaids and groomsmen each. My bridesmaids were my two best friends and my brother’s girlfriend. I spent a long time looking for bridesmaids dresses, but didn’t find anything I liked. In the end I found a beautiful picture of a navy Giambattista Valli dress and had a very talented girlfriend who works on big stage productions in Melbourne recreate the dresses. Luke had his best friend as his best man and his two brothers as his groomsmen. We found their suits at Godwin Charli, a locally made tailored suit store in Melbourne.

I am very into the details and knew I wanted something with a vintage style. My dress was a made to measure dress called “Kasia” from Baccini and Hill and it was the second dress I tried on. Although I tried on every other wedding dress in Melbourne (I like to be thorough), I kept coming back to this dress. I knew it was the perfect dress for me, I felt so incredibly elegant in it. I Both my mother and Luke’s mother saw me try the dress on and were speechless. I had a headpiece custom made out of the same beading from the cap sleeve on my wedding dress. I also found the perfect matching Jimmy Choo sandals to wear.

The whole day was so special, from the ceremony to the reception. It surpassed our expectations in every way. Our caterer and wedding planner Barbara from Infinity Wedding and Events® did an exceptional job, the table setting, the flowers, the food, the music was amazing. She helped pull everything together seamlessly and made planning a destination wedding half way across the world an ease. It felt quite surreal and we couldn’t have imagined a more perfect setting and location for the wedding. We even had a Noweigian neighbour come to the villa and ask if he could join the party as the music was so good!

I also had a lot of fun getting ready during the day in the lead up to the wedding with my girlfriends and I spending the morning together (there were 18 of us staying at the villa). We had a champagne breakfast before getting ready. Our hair and makeup artists were amazing as well. Luigi and Elisa from CLASS hair and makeup in Prato, and their work has included many fashion shows for designers such as Gucci and Prada as well as tv shows like Italian X-Factor. When they had finished with all of us, I think we were all in awe.

It was a perfect destination wedding with all of our favourite people there. It was an intimate setting, which meant we got to spend quality time with all of our guests. Everyone was on holiday so we could truly relax and enjoy the experience together. We had also planned a number of activities during the week for everyone, a private winery tour and lunch in the Chianti overlooking the Tuscan hillside, a rehearsal dinner in a Florentine restaurant which was once an old church and a party the day after the wedding at the villa by the pool. The villa had a pizza oven so we organised a special pizza chef to come and cater. Everyone who came had so much fun and said it was the best wedding they had been to. It was just a magical week.

Unfortunate event – The week before we left for Italy, Luke’s mum broke her ankle severely and needed to have surgery which meant she was unable to fly and couldn’t come to the wedding. We were able to skype the wedding and are having a small second wedding at the registry office back in Melbourne, which means she will be able to attend.

Funny – Two of our girlfriends composed a special rap, dedicated just for Luke and I – they took over the stage and microphones after dinner with one beatboxing and the other performing the rap. Everyone was in hysterics.

Al Green – Let’s stay together was our first dance song. We danced to the song in the garden with the sun setting in the background.

My advice to other brides is think about the things that are special to you and what you don’t want to compromise. i.e. intimate wedding, perfect dress, great food, good band. Get those things right, and then don’t sweat the small stuff. Even if things go wrong before the wedding, it all turns out in the end. Also, take the time to stop and enjoy everything, the day will go very quickly. Pre and post wedding events are a great way to spend extra time with your loved friends and family.

Seeing as we were in Europe, we went on to London for a week for our honeymoon (Luke was presenting at a conference in Leeds) and then onto Crete in the Greek Islands. We stayed at the Blue Palace which is a Starwood luxury collection hotel. We had a honeymoon suite with a private infinity pool. Life could not have been much better, it was amazingly relaxing and just what we wanted. Absolutely recommend it to anyone else and would go back in a heart beat.

Photography: Gianluca Adovasio | Floral Design: Infinity Wedding And Events® | Wedding Gown: Baccini And Hill | Cake: Infinity Ricevimenti™ | Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Catering: Infinity Ricevimenti™ | Make Up: Elisa, CLASS Hair And Makeup Prato | Hair: Luigi, CLASS Hair And Makeup, Prato | Entertainment:: The Bitband | Suits: Godwin Charli | Venue: Private Villa | Gift List: Wedding Gifts | Venue Stylist/planner: Barbara Calò, Infinity Weddings And Events®

These Vendors are members of our Little Black Book.
For membership information, click here

You'll love these destination wedding vendors

Durham Ranch
View Portfolio
Kellie Kano Studios
View Portfolio
Face Time Beauty Concierge, LL...
View Portfolio
Miramonte Resort & Spa
View Portfolio
Blue Kite Cinema
View Portfolio
View Portfolio
Intimate Destination Wedding in Tuscany

When the Design Director for Polo Ralph Lauren ties the knot, there’s a pretty good chance it’s going to be a wedding worth swooning. And with Infinite Love Wedding Coordinating working behind the scenes, this Tuscany destination affair delivers, BIG time. The fiercely talented Marisa Holmes captured each moment behind the lens, and it’s all tucked away in the gallery right here.


From the Bride… When Jesus and I began to plan what was to be the experience of a lifetime, we wanted our wedding to be an experience that everyone else would remember for years to come. We wanted to share in an intimate setting that would involve our closest friends and family. We wanted it to be a celebration of an all-encompassing love that was the beginning of our life together. The greatest adventure of our lives had to have the greatest stating point. We thought about our beloved California where we first met. We searched high and low from Northern wine country to Southern California’s stretch of sandy beaches, yet nothing felt like the old world charm we were hoping for.

As we thought about what our wedding day experience was going to be, the inspiration was simple; old world tradition meets ethereal romance. It was a true reflection of us, of our roots, and of what we wanted our future to consist of. We aspired to follow our traveling spirits, to reach further in order to find that old world charm in the rolling hillside of Italy’s Tuscany region. A rustic Castello nestled in the Chianti region of Tuscany was the place where our dream wedding came to be and Castello di Spaltenna was the perfect fit. We led our friends and family on a wondrous adventure, and a wedding getaway that would covert them into world traveler’s!

As a designer, my vocation has been in the translation of life’s beauty and art. For my own wedding, the greatest challenge was to mirror a celebration of love with the traditions of marital bliss. Our creative vision was only scattered thoughts when we first came to Infinite Love Wedding Coordinating & Consulting; Andrea Randolph completed our vision, brought it to life, and from it created a work of art. On the day of our wedding, our décor portrayed the pureness of whites, off whites, and creams. The Castello’s charming chapel was bathed in the warm glow of countless softly lit candles that filled the entire room. The ceremony began in the early evening with white petals down the aisle, and soft ribbons with white and off-white floral arrangements on the ends of each pew. We also personalized the ceremony with a musical memoir to my father, who passed away the previous year and we paid tribute to our Mexican heritage by including “las arras” (exchange of gold coins) and the “lasso” (the beaded rope) as part of the ceremony.

As the sun began to set, our wedding reception and cocktail hour was the picturesque scenery of an impressionistic painting. The colors blended to a surreal landscape and the wedding photographer of our dreams, Marisa Holmes, captured the fairytale. The cocktail hour was set on the rustic stone terrace overlooking the castle’s vineyard. While the reception was the romantic image of white table linens with soft tulle covered chairs accented with an olive branch on each chair setting, symbolizing peace and prosperity.

Soft white candlelit arrangements with white flowers personified our message of purity throughout the table setting. Each seat of our large feast table was personalized with a guest card. The dinner menu itself was a work of art and we collaborated with the Castello’s culinary chefs and our wedding planner to arrange a feast of rustic Italian traditional cuisine.

Our cake, our dance party with Italian DJ Pink Panther, and our Prosecco cheers with all of the Castello’s staff made the night unforgettable. We even had other guests of the Castello’s hotel join in the fun!

The wedding adventure consisted of so much more than just the wedding day though. It truly began with a rustic guest basket in every room that included Italian bread and wine, Italian maps, translation guidebooks, and a personalized welcoming itinerary for each guest. We also arranged several group excursions that we could share with our guests including Florence and Sienna day trips, personalized group tours, wine tasting, vineyard/cellar tours, and an exquisite culinary experience at Badia a Coltebuono, and Il Pievano restaurants.

The best reward has been the memories of our children, family, and friends that have long since retold the experience countless times from all different perspectives. They have relived the details of our wedding weekend over and over again. The countless, “thank you’s” we have received from our guests expressing their gratitude for allowing them to share in our lifetime experience has been priceless.

And with that, I think…goal achieved!

Photography: Marisa Holmes | Coordination: Infinite Love Wedding Coordinating & Consulting | Floral Design: Stiatti Fiori | Wedding Dress: Monique Lhuillier | Wedding Dress: Monique Lhuillier | Cake: Melanie Secciani Bakery | Bridesmaids Dresses: J Crew | Catering: Castello Di Spaltenna | DJ: Pink Panther DJ | Grooms Attire: Ralph Lauren - Black Label | Officiant: Blessings From Italy | Bridal Party Hair + Makeup: Meagen Miller | Brides Earrings: Ralph Lauren - Vintage Collection | Flower Girl Dresses: US Angels | Groomsmen Attire: Ralph Lauren - Black Label | Veil: The White Dress By Renee Pawele Bride | Wedding Shoes (featured): Badgley Mischka Bridal

These Vendors are members of our Little Black Book.
For membership information, click here
These Featured Designers are members of our Look Book.
For membership information, click here
Romantic Tuscan Bridal Inspiration

Darlings, Brumley & Wells is bringing us so much pretty today that it hurts. When they sent over their recent shoot with SIBO Designs breathtaking veils and hairpieces, I literally gasped. It’s that gorg. Paired with the dreamiest dress designs from Patrick Casey and set on the awe-inspiring streets of Tuscany, I want to live in this gallery forever.

From Brumley & WellsWe photographed this editorial collection for SIBO designs in Tuscany Italy to showcase her 2014 collection. We were able to secure the perfect venues, one in an abandoned abbey near Sienna, and the other at a prominent winery in Chianti. It was such a dream, and we couldn’t have sake for a better team of professionals working alongside us to create such a gorgeous collection.

Photography: Brumley And Wells | Styling: Style Serendipity | Hair & Makeup: Giulia Cresci | Dress Design: Patrick Casey | Hairpieces & Veils: SIBO Designs | Model: Deborah Schoutema

These Vendors are members of our Little Black Book.
For membership information, click here
These Featured Designers are members of our Look Book.
For membership information, click here
Style Me Pretty Destination Welcomes Our Advertisers + A Discount!

Saturdays are pretty amazing, but when you throw in a meet and greet with RebeccaMarie Photography, it takes it to an entirely new level of awesome.  I’m talking an entire day devoted to gorgeous imagery that just so happens to be overflowing with love, emotion and, of course, pretty.  Spend some time getting to know her, lovelies… and don’t forget to check out her sweet discount below.

From RebeccaMarie Photography…  RebeccaMarie started learning about photography at the age of fifteen and excelled from there working alongside some of the best in the business, since 2004. Destination travel is a deep passion of hers and so is love. RebeccaMarie believes in combining the two, to capture your love story and has had the opportunity to travel internationally throughout her career.

RebeccaMarie Photography has been published numerous times together with her international friend Isabelle Kline Design, producing beauty through each image.  Her style has been known to be organic, vintage, ethereal and romantic.  A lover of travel and meeting new people.

Check out RebeccaMarie on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.  

Discount!  RebeccaMarie Photography is offering a $500 print credit to all couples that book in the month of June and July and reference this SMP welcome post.


American-Scottish Destination Wedding in Tuscany

We’ve touched on first and second part of this beautiful wedding weekend in Tuscany already today, but it’s time for the Grande Finale. And oh, is it grand. Tuscan Villa, glittery bridesmaids, big and beautiful flowers, fireworks-grand. And we love every second. Italia Celebrations planned the whole weekend, which was captured brilliantly by both Magnus Bogucki and Cinemate, and it is the very definition of superb.


From Italia Celebrations Wedding Planning… After two spectacularly fun and eventful days leading up to the wedding, this was the proverbial icing on the cake. The beauty of a destination wedding is that the wedding is usually not just one day but a series of days that make up the whole experience. Whereas the days prior were in turns rustic, historic, colorful and entertaining, the wedding day was stunning in its refinement and elegance.

From the bride Meghan… After two previous days of spectacular scenery, décor, events, and magical moments, Steven and I expected to wake up on our wedding morning and feel like we were prepping for another fantastic party. However, as the Il Borro villa began to come to life around 6 am, it quickly became clear that this day felt much more special.

As I got ready in the bridal suite, overlooking so much beautiful Tuscan countryside, our wonderful videographers and photographer snapped away. We had multiple hair and make-up people, nail technicians, and wedding planners coming and going. It was a full room. We could hear the string quartet practicing below us, shrubs being moved into place and chairs being positioned.

What can I say other than every cliché about walking down the aisle is completely true? I spent hours choosing décor and music and fretting about flowers. However, when I turned the corner to walk into the ceremony all I saw was Steven standing there. I never saw a single flower or chair or the aisle runner I was walking on. All I cared about was finally being in that moment with him. That moment was what the wedding was all about.

Sometimes people ask if I felt like a princess all day. I say, no, I felt like I was in a cloud. With the 18 ethereal layers of tulle and lace that made up my dress, the gentle Tuscan breeze, and all the white flowers, I just felt like I was floating in a happy, loving cloud all day.

After the ceremony we went off to take photos in all the exquisite hidden places around Il Borro. The guests went to the villa garden for the cocktail hour. When we arrived back after the photo session, we were announced into the garden and led down the stairs; it was a moment I will never forget. All of our guests in the manicured Italian garden, in their tuxedos and beautiful dresses with the medieval village as a backdrop created a stunning seen – it was as if it had been pulled from my imagination and come to life.

Dinner was held on the villa terrace with long tables filled with lush white flowers and candles decorating every inch. After dinner we cut our cake, had our first dance, watched fireworks, and I danced with my dad. This whole sequence was full of moments that were magical for us. When guests returned to their seats they were served mini wedding cakes that coordinated with our large wedding cake.

Finally, when the DJ started playing “Tonight is Going to be a Good Night” by the Black Eyed Peas I was so excited to dance that I got up and ran to the dance floor. when I turned and looked back the tables were empty. Every guest had gotten up, ran with me, and had started dancing immediately. That’s just how amazing our friends and family were and it took my breath away to see their excitement. Needless to say, we danced the night away and the party didn’t slow down until around 3 a.m.

To say it was the best three days of our lives is an understatement. Truthfully, I didn’t know such happiness and amazing, joyful things existed before planning and having our wedding. We will never forget this time in our lives and will always cherish every moment as well as all the people who were there with us.

The process was so amazing that I became a wedding planner myself along the way. Now I get to plan weddings for other couples in the U.K. (with my company Extraordinary Days). Thank goodness, because if I didn’t have more weddings to look forward to I don’t know what I would do!

All of the people that we worked with on our wedding were amazing. Our wedding planner, Brenda Babcock of Italia Celebrations made every dream Steven and I had come true. Noosheen Flowers gave us flowers more beautiful than I ever imagined. Cinemate created a wedding video we will treasure forever. Magnus Bogucki, our photographer created photos we will never get tired of looking at (and showing people!). Paper Moss and Ceci New York gave me an obsession with fabulous stationery and a joy of design rounds. Asprey designed our rings which we will love all of our life. Then, of course, last but certainly not at all least, Vera Wang Chicago gave me a lifetime experience at a bridal boutique I wish every bride could have as well as my dream dress. Every one of these businesses is made up of kind and passionate people you would want to entrust your wedding to. Thank you all.

Photography: Magnus Bogucki | Videography: Cinemate | Event Design: Italia Celebrations | Event Planning: Italia Celebrations | Floral Design: Noosheen | Wedding Dress: Vera Wang | Cake: Melanie Seccaini | Bride's Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Rings: Asprey | Bride's Clutch: Judith Leiber | Bridesmaids\' Dresses: Alice And Olivia | Groom\'s Attire: Prada | Tuscan Villa: Il Borro

These Vendors are members of our Little Black Book.
For membership information, click here
These Featured Designers are members of our Look Book.
For membership information, click here
An Italy Workshop: The Wedding Inspiration

This, my sweets, is a Jose Villa workshop, Italian style. And it comes bubbling over with talented craftsmen like Kate Holt Of FlowerwildLaurie Arons Special Events and a team of artists who transformed Villa Cetinale into pure wedding magic with a good dose of old world elegance. Have a look here for even more inspiration and if you missed it, the engagement session that started things off.

A note from Laurie AronsThe 17th century regality of Villa Cetinale inspired our “wedding” design for the Jose Villa workshop. Built by the Medici family for Pope Alexander VII, the Villa’s Roman Baroque architecture and religious artifacts set the scene for our faux formal wedding in the beauty of the Tuscan countryside. I felt a carefully selected shade of deep plum befitted an occasion at the elegant villa. Used as a accent color against a palette of ivory, cream and rich beautiful gold, it struck just the right note of royalty and romance.

I worked with A Day In May Design to develop the invitation suite, thank you notes, menus and day-of details. Together we enlisted Tara Jones Calligraphy, as her beautiful free hand style of calligraphy reminded us of Old World Italian documents. While most of the printed pieces were created on natural, antique feeling papers, we decided to print our menu/placecards on deep plum card stock with guest names calligraphed in gold. They photographed beautifully on the dining table against the plum taper candles.

Another favorite detail were the welcome trays we created for each student in the workshop. Kate Holt from Flowerwild hand-painted Florentine trays I sourced in Florence, which we topped with personal calligraphed stationery by A Day in May and Tara Jones. We then found gifts from the region including pears from the local market, Italian fine chocolate and candles from Santa Maria Novella, the oldest ‘farmacia’ in the world.

A note from the Kate of Flowerwild“Dove il cielo si incontrano la terra” – where the heavens meet the earth. This quote wrapped around the leather passport covers which were a pre-welcome gift for attendees – a hint at the marvelous and things soon to unfold on their travels to the Jose Villa Workshop. Not to be sappy – but this is my second workshop with Jose and it is so eye-opening for me to observe him teaching, and see all the talents around him come together to create something unique. I learn SO much with each experience. I know I have him to thank for many great strides by business has taken since I was lucky enough to observe him teaching in Mexico a few season ago. No denying… that was life changing for me. I’m certain all his attendees feel the same.

For this workshop I was simply drawing from the space, the unbelievable villa, the tones within the landscape, and the natural environment and architecture to create a look for Jose and his students to photograph. Going there sight unseen -except for what I could gather from online imagery- sort of opens up the experience to half good-planning and forethought, and the other half- a strange mix of luck and an ability to focus and seek out the best of what the environment provides. I find that if I lock myself too deeply into one direction or look – I am inevitably sidetracked or slowed down by certain items not being available, or sought after materials being impossibly elusive.

To begin designing, I started with the little Italian phrase, and then researched traditional Italian weddings to see where it would lead me, to see what I could learn about another culture’s approach to the vows between two people in love. I looked at poems, timeless traditions, wardrobe history, baroque architecture (the style of the villa) and did my best to gently weave these ideas into the bones of the look.

Deep olive and plum tones, veils to the ground, easter lilies, an abundance of altar of candles, dramatic gowns, and gold embroidery are a few notes that I began to build the look from. Laurie and her team dreamed up these very deep toned-plum, standing place cards with gold calligraphy. For me, these set the tone for everything moving forward from there. I basically just looked to balance the high drama and luxuriousness of the villa against the real, rawness of the countryside there. Some items were painstakingly resourced by Laurie, Katie, Summer, and my husband and I – and others were serendipitously discovered along the roadside. With some very generous guidance from a friend on the ground in Italy – Tomasso – and some amazing luck we were able to make it all happen!

To me the workshop is such a collaboration – as all weddings are. We all lend what we can and are lucky enough to have Jose and his students capture it. I hope we can continue to do it “per cent anni!” for a hundred years!

Photography: Jose Villa Photography | Gown: Reem Acra From Gabriella Bridal | Gown: Samuelle | Hair And Makeup: TEAM Hair & Makeup | Calligraphy: Tara Jones Calligraphy | Venue: Villa Cetinale | Beaded Charger: The Ark Event Rentals | Car: Zephyrus Sienna | Creative Direction And Design: Kate Holt Of Flowerwild | Design And Planning: Laurie Arons Special Events | Florentine Charger: Casa De Perrin | Graphic Design And Printing: A Day In May Design | Guest Speaker: Laurie Arons Special Events | Guest Speaker: Shira Savada Of Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine | Guest Speaker: Summer Watkins | Guest Speaker: Joel Serrato | Leather Work And Brass Tags: Amber Moon Of Pitbulls And Posies | Models: I Love Management And Casting Italy | Special Assistant And Decor: Tomasso Of La Rosa | Veil: Preston Olivia | Villa: Villa Cetinale | Wardrobe Stylist: Summer Watkins

These Vendors are members of our Little Black Book.
For membership information, click here