A Tuscany wedding will always be a team favourite, and this beautiful affair really has captured our hearts: think intimate, elegant and ethereal, with gold, green and blush details and spectacular surroundings. This is one of those weddings where the pictures really do all the talking. Be prepared to pinch yourself.
If heaven were a place on earth, I think Tuscany would have a good claim to it. Rolling hills, winding roads and cypress trees make for the most picturesque backdrop which, when combined with amazing food and stunning Renaissance architecture, is enough to make your heart skip a beat at every turn – and that’s before you’ve even said your vows! Katrina & Mark’s wedding has that magical quality that only the Italian landscape provides: a classical romance made modern in the stunning setting of Casa Cornacchi. I love the fairytale feel created by the soft textures of the bride’s beautiful lace Essense of Australia dress and the gorgeous drapery hung across the altar and behind the top table. Further romance comes in the form of first look photos, stunning blush and burgundy florals, and beautiful calligraphy signage and stationery, as well as the confetti moment with guests throwing eucalyptus leaves.
Worried about rain on your wedding day? Step on over this way, stat. This incredible set of captures by Samuel Docker Photography – a supplier Paige & Ryan found thanks to this RMW real wedding – may, in fact, have you hoping for stormy skies, so incredible are the dramatic shots of this delightful day. Set against a backdrop of stormy skies and rolling Tuscan hills, the bride and groom look like movie stars, and their wedding album could truly be an editorial photoshoot, given what turns out to be amazing light for this spectacular setting. A Rue de Seine wedding dress, sweetheart table and fabulous florals simply serve to ramp up the A-list aesthetic of this intimate wedding. We have a feeling you’re going to want your pinning fingers ready for this one…
This wedding truly has my heart all a flutter. The location. The Rara Avis dress. The flowers. The golden hour light. The wedding breakfast table. The cake. Honestly, I’m slightly breathless. This fairytale Tuscan wedding is romance personified and could not be more picture perfect.
Lauren and Craig’s wedding story which took place in Southern Italy between the stunning surroundings of Monastero San Silvestro and the beautifully classic town of Cortona in Southern Tuscany and what a picturesque sight it is too. Especially when blessed with beautiful golden light, framing some truly gorgeous couple and bridal party portraits. Just wait until you see the ladies spaghetti strap gowns. Slinky satin and delicate lace make these ladies the epitome of style and grace.
We absolutely love it when a real bride has a clear vision of her unique style and knows exactly what she wants to wear on her wedding day. Bride Melanie certainly knew and took a calculated risk by ordering her Spell & The Gypsy Collective boho gown online. When it arrived she made slight adjustments to suit her personal style, by adding delicate bell sleeves and exquisite low back detail. Pure perfection. Not to be forgotten where her bridesmaids in white cross over back dresses and the groomsmen all sporting chinos and blazers.
After the heartfelt reception in an amphitheatre, an outdoor reception took place under a canopy of festoon lights. The perfect setting for a beautiful laid back Tuscan wedding.
If this doesn’t make you want to book a destination wedding in Tuscany immediately, I don’t know what will. The views are to die for and wedding venue Vignamaggio is the ultimate setting amongst all the beauty. Emma & Jake compliment it beautifully with simple but stunning white and green flowers, and the most stylish wedding stationery and signs. Not to mention an adorable vintage ape bar.
Bride Emma is a vision of beauty in a lace Pronovias gown & veil bought lovingly by her Nan, and Jake looks dapper in a light blue linen suit from Suit Supply. Talk about couple goals.
After you’ve swooned over the images by Samuel Docker, I strongly urge you to sit back relax and watch the heartfelt film by Paul Van too. Warning you may end up crying in your cornflakes (other breakfasts are available!).