Romantic Fall Tuscany Wedding

Can’t resist an effortlessly romantic Tuscany destination wedding and this one from The Tuscan Wedding captured by Velluto Photography is a dream! Set at a gorgeous villa, with classic organic florals, it is the perfect Italian wedding!

We wanted an element, authentic Italian feeling wedding. The moment we saw villa grabau we knew it had everything we could dream of for the perfect setting. From the villa, lemon garden to the Limonaia, even the accommodation was stunning. Our colours were green, white and blush – we liked the idea of earthy tones and wild feeling flowers.

We wanted everyone to feel their very best in whatever they wore. My bridesmaids all wore long iced blue dresses in the style of their choice and Steven and the groomsmen wore navy Italian wool suits. My dress was a crepe mermaid style sleeveless dress which I felt complimented the venue and feel of the wedding perfectly.

The most important aspects for myself was having a string quartet as I couldn’t think of anything more beautiful than listening to live music as I walked down the aisle. The flowers and location were also incredibly important as it sets the backdrop for the whole affair.

I’ve always preferred a more wild feel to flowers rather than structured. Again I wanted to keep it feeling natural to go with the theme of our wedding so I had thistles, roses and eucalyptus in my bouquet. We had 2 urns at the top of the aisle by the pond which were adorned with blush roses.

We made our own welcome sign which the florists lay some beautiful roses and leaves over the top. We also made the table seat sign along with the table numbers – we always felt it would be lovely to add our own personal touch to the wedding

Photography: Velluto Photography | Venue: Villa Grabau | Planning: The Tuscan Wedding | Floral: Flowers Living | Catering and Cake: Il Sorriso ricevimenti | Lighting: Wedding Music and Lights | Officiant: Tuscan Pledges | Dress: Pronovias | Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Perfume: Diptyque | Submitted via Matchology