Puglia Wedding

Puglian Countryside Wedding with Fairy Light Altar and Olive Grove Aperitivo | Anna Kara Wedding Dress | Britten Weddings Veil | Figtree Wedding Photography Pin Image

Fairy Light Moon Gate Altar in the Puglian Countryside

Oh my. Oh my. Oh my. This Puglian countryside wedding is simply spectacular. From the wedding ceremony in the forest complete with fairy light moon gate altar to the Aperitivo hour in the olive grove, not to mention the wedding breakfast and party in the cobbled courtyard, this is romance at its most beautiful (and most appetising: don’t read if you’re hungry!). The bride’s gorgeous Anna Kara wedding gown, with long sleeves, lace bodice and soft skirt, finished off by a floor-length veil from RMW recommended supplier Britten Weddings, adds extra magic to this destination wedding, which is just oozing with love, emotion and whimsy. Enchanting.

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Ink & Jun Tanaka

This wedding has caused much excitement this week at RMW towers… We’ve all fallen head over heels for it and I’m pretty sure you stylish bunch will too. Beautiful photography (James Frost always kills it), beautiful fashion (hello Hermione De Paula gown of dreams), the most amazing venue in Puglia, Italy and just the most gorgeous, happy and in-love couple you’ll ever see. The light and the setting alone is to-die-for, everything else is just a deliciously plump and decadent cherry on the top. You may recognise the groom as celebrity chef, Jun Tanaka – so naturally food played a big part in this celebration and guests enjoyed a plethora of local, seasonal dishes in the bright Italian sunshine.

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Cat & Eric

This is one of those weddings that will make you rethink ALL of your own big-day plans. ‘Why oh why aren’t we having a weekend long wedding in Puglia?!‘ Cat and Eric had a pre-wedding party, which looks almost as stylish and fun as the actual wedding day. I say almost because the wedding was too incredible to top – they had a limoncello favour bar which also served as a table plan, a stunning toasted marshmallow cake on a swing and an outdoor dining table complete with cactus and succulents for decor, all beneath a canopy of festoon lights.

Right, if that hasn’t whet your whistle then I’m not sure what will – so settle down and enjoy the first of two destination wedding features coming your way today…