Jasmine and Dan fell in love with this beautiful villa for weddings in Lucca. We met around 2 years before the wedding, and after having visited this villa they immediately asked me to cancel all the other site inspections… it was love at first sight… all the rest came through the two years of planning.. And here is the stunning result (images to come) thanks Virginia of Screenshot Production: Jasmine+Daniel from Screenshot on...read more
Jessica and Wayne got engaged in Tuscany a couple of years ago, and decided that their wedding had to be in the country they love most: the Chianti Region.
We have been in touch for over 1 year and organized a very intimate and country wedding with a Tuscan style.read more
Jennifer and Anthony marriage in San Gimignano Sant’Agostino Church, with their families with Italian and Japanese origins are among the most lovely and loving and caring people I have ever known in my life.read more
This Canadian couple wanted a very special, unique and historical place in the typical Tuscan countryside… the best place for them was obviously the Cistercian Abbey in San Galgano. Here the town hall solemnizes legally binding civil weddings and this is where George and Carolyn said “I do” magically shot by Studio Bonon.read more
Kristian and Sissel are a beautiful couple from Norway who decided to solemnize their wedding with their families and friends in one of the most romantic places one can think of to get married: a Tuscan Castle.read more
The magic shots of Stefano Santucci and the dreamy in-town country chic location of Riva Lofts in Florence made perfect that wedding day of Rachel and Richard at the Bigallo. Rachel and Richard choose the Riva Lofts as their perfect wedding venue in Florence.read more
Nowadays people want to try out wedding ideas and themes that are as far away from conventional as possible. Even though casual weddings are still something that most people opt for you do not have to stay in the mold so to speak to have a casual wedding. Casual weddings are excellent for couples who are getting married on a tight budget or just want something that is relaxing as opposed to being stressful.read more
Planning a wedding far away in Tuscany might sound overwhelming when it comes to logistics. But in actuality, a destination wedding can work out to be much simpler by avoiding the drama and expense of inviting and feeding 150 or more guests and renting and decorating a local venue.read more
There is no other day in your life quite like your wedding say. That’s a good jumping off point for someone just starting to plan her wedding. The key is to act as soon as possible once you know that you intend to get married within the next year or so. The general rule of thumb is the longer you wait to book venues, order food, or get a dress, the fewer options you’ll have. And those options will no doubt be more expensive. Still worried and overwhelmed? Hire a wedding planner who will do all the bookings for you and coordinate your vendors and the wedding date to be relieved from any stress. This is priceless!!!read more
Some brides want to show off more the hairdo and give up wearing the veil completely or take it off immediately after the religious ceremony while other brides go with tradition and wear it until the end.
In ancient times, it was believed that the veil protects the bride against evil spirits and the jealousy of those around and of the enemies of the tribes that wanted to kidnap her. Today, the veil is worn only to add an air of mystery.