Category archives: Weddings in Tuscany

The Cala Lilly : Magnificence and Rebirth

Despite its name, the Calla Lily is not, in fact, of the “Lily” family. Commonly referred to as the Arum Lily or Trumpet Lily, these beautiful flowers originated in southern Africa, growing mostly in marshy areas. There are approximately 28 known variants of the Cala Lilly, which in turn vary [...]

6 Wedding Planning Secrets

After you have selected your venue and wedding planner, here are some tips for an excellent and stress free wedding planning First of all choose your wedding style. Check on pinterest and wedding magazine. However remember that they day should reflect you as a couple so choose according to your [...]

Love in the Countryside

" Two things revolutionize life:moving to the countryside and falling in love" - Nick Love- And what happens when the two meet? Then you have just the perfect wedding! Full of romance, beauty and waves of laughter. Just like your entire life should be.    

Italian superstitions at wedding

All cultures have their share of superstition rituals. Italians are well known for being a very superstitious crowd. This becomes really evident at weddings. In Ital, the groom carries the bride across the threshold of their new house to keep away bad spirits which could lurk from below. Rice is [...]

Villa Ginevra

Villa Ginevra is a stunning property located in the heart of Tuscany, near Siena, and breathlessly close to the Cistercian Monastery "Abbey of San Galgano".  Submerged in golden wheat fields, it is a perfect venue for either intimate or large scale weddings, both of which can be customized to your h[...]

Wedding in Tuscany

A Wedding in Tuscany is not like any other wedding abroad! All your senses will remember this wonderful region of Italy because of the perfumes, doctor the tastes, the wonderful historical sites and of course because of it welcoming people. Discover what’s so great about getting married in Tuscan[...]

San Galgano

The Abbey of San Galgano dates back to the 12th century when the first construction began, only to be completed 6 decades later. During that time, the Abbey went from great opulence to a state of decline and looting, highlighted in 1786 when the massive church bell fell bringing down the entire roof[...]