Looking to make your Wedding in Italy more authentic? Check out some real Italian Wedding traditions and take your Tuscan Wedding to the next level.
Foliage on tables is very ‘in’ lately but why not give it a little pop of color—- what better color than orange. First of all it’s incredibly complimentary to green and secondly they channel a slew of Mediterranean plants—-i.e. pomegranate, oranges, and other beautiful flowers. If you want to add a bit more depth to your greenery you can go outside of the mediterranean and include some lovely eucalyptus branches. Enjoy!
We love Pinterest as much as the next person—-well I love it. I find myself spending hours and hours on it. I’ve created a mood board through one of my hobbies—hanging out on Pinterest—-hoping one lucky couple will choose it! This look was inspired by the earthy tones of early Chianti fall—-the olive picking, the leaves just start to turn, the fluffy fall clouds, the grey of the beautiful Pietra Serena… This is the epitome of Chianti…rustic yet neat and elegant…earthy yet formed by some other hand hundreds of years before us. Artisanal touches include hand made place cards with bronze wax stamps on handmade paper. Can you tell I am just waiting for a bride and groom to pick this look for their Tuscan Wedding…? Enjoy
I am not a wedding photographer, but I am a wedding planner. I started the list for myself as I've wanted to seriously yell at wedding photographers over the years for missing special moments. Let's be honest, wedding can be hectic and the happy couple can get distracted. This is why I made a checklist so you don't miss a single detail of your special day! Print these pages out and give them to your wedding photographer or wedding planner.