Roofs are over rated, especially when you're saying I Do in Tuscany! Seriously how epic is this wedding ceremony in the ruins of the Abbey of San Galgano under the Italian blue sky! We are still working on picking our jaws up off the floor we simply cannot get enough of this crazy beautiful day! Oh and the fabulous doesn't end here, no the reception is just as gorgeous under bistro lights and lit by votive strewn tables. What movie did we just step into?!
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A Venue You Wont BelieveFrom Les Amis Photo: Gaia and Luciano got married on August 27 in Tuscany, in a very picturesque place, the Abbey of San Galgano. The abbey, built during the eleventh century, is practically a ruin of which only the walls remain standing, it no longer has a roof and this makes it even more special, it is really a magical place, that leaves you breathless.
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This wedding was a romantic and exciting union, in a beautiful sunny day. The civil ceremony took place in the Abbey, the bride arrived in a Volkswagen van along with bridesmaids and pageboys (her nieces and nephews) and Simius, their beloved dog. Gaia was wearing a dress from Laure de Sagazan, a French fashion designer, and her bouquet was dusty blue delphinium.
The reception was held at Villa Podernovo, a beautiful Tuscan villa in the countryside near Siena. The villa is charming, has many rooms very tastefully decorated, a nice pool, a large garden where we set up the cocktail hour, and a lovely yard where the dinner was served. We opted for a cool layout and a romantic, rustic-chic style typical of Tuscany.
Borrowed TreasuresAll the graphics have been well taken care of, for them we created a very rich custom suite. But the icing on the cake was ensured by the bride’s mother, who opened the doors of her basement, full with wonders: fabrics, embroidered cushions, household porcelain, antique furniture and armchairs, all beautiful things that we used to set up the garden the villa, where the cocktail hour took place.