A Romantic and Devoted Tuscan Villa Wedding

Since it’s Valentine’s Day, we decided to share a real wedding with romance-it’s no surprise that this wedding takes place in the dream Tuscan countryside.

We have already done our hair for the Villa Medicea di Lilliano through this strike by one of our favorite photographers. But considering its ornate and incredibly beautiful nature, it is even more impressive to see a real wedding in this historic mansion.

Andrea & Patrick make the Tuscan Villa and the surrounding hills shine – you don’t need a lot of decor in such a beautiful place! Her florist and planner completed the environment and filled the space with olive branches and beautiful white flowers.

If you are dreaming of an Italian wedding – we have many more real weddings and inspirations to see – and even a local guide to your Tuscan honeymoon from our month-long stay last year!

Planning

To be honest, we didn’t have a Vision at initial. We didn’t want A pompous wedding. We wanted the people we love to get together and share with us what we love – good food, Plonk and a lot of laughs, all on a normal budget.

So, for us it was clear that it would be a weekend from Friday to Sunday. The location should be easily accessible from Florence. We wanted a place where our close family and friends could spend the night. It was also important for us that the rooms were not too old-fashioned, but rather modern, while maintaining the Italian style. The colors should be neutral in green or olive tones. Some rooms were more rustic and the others more elegant.

The dress and the outfit

Patrick wanted a custom-made suit. He wanted a suit that he could wear in the future. I had no idea about the color or the style, so her choice was a surprise for me.

I wanted a dress that didn’t have too much tulle – so not a “princess dress”. After two matters, I found the dress, which had a trapezoidal silhouette, with lace and a “tattoo” effect

Flower

I didn’t have any specific flowers that I wanted. Only it should be in olive and white tones. When I saw photos of Lucas’s work, I realized that he had somehow made the most beautiful Arrangement.

Favorite moments

Wow, there are too many favorite parts – it’s too hard to decide. However, some highlights were definitive: the ceremony that my sister created, the vows and all the love that we felt from everyone around us. We had a great party after our fantastic dinner.

Details and favors

Each guest had a small bottle of olive oil on the table. In addition, we put a homemade lavender soap and a homemade barbecue salt in the hotel room for each guest. In addition, my sister created the invitations and the place markers. I cut all the Plonk plugs for the place markers. I also made the flower bracelet for the bridesmaid with my sister. She surprised me, so with a florist, we designed and made the bracelets for the Sunday wedding before we left Switzerland.

Cake

Oh…I would like to eat our cake again. At the test dinner, I had a whole piece for myself. At the wedding itself, however, my hunger was limited and I only tried a few bites. It was the best Millefoglie we’ve ever had.

Tips for other couples

I think I’m not the right person to give advice. The wedding was very important to us, but we didn’t want to plan every detail or make everything too perfect. Like all the other newlyweds, I say: enjoy this unforgettable day!

Oh and a little tip, Youtube has great videos on how to practice your wedding dance!

Honeymoon

Well, it’s special, we were on a three-month honeymoon. It was always our dream to have an extended Break after the wedding. So we traveled to Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Hawaii, Los Angeles and Vancouver.

Since it’s Valentine’s Day, we decided to share a real wedding with romance-it’s no surprise that this wedding takes place in the dream Tuscan countryside. We have already done our hair for the Villa Medicea di Lilliano through this strike by one of our favorite photographers. But considering its ornate and incredibly beautiful nature, it…

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