Tags archives: Wedding reception in Tuscany

Casa Giacomo

Casa Giacomo lays in the heart of what is considered “quintessential Tuscany”,  the triangle of land which represents Tuscany at its most: Florence, Siena and Arezzo. An authentic Tuscan country manor, Casa Giacomo offers a unique combination of picture-perfect landscape of golden, rolling hills and[...]

Villa Anna

A wonderful 19th century villa positioned on top of a hill overlooking one of the most suggestive Chianti landscape. Ideal for weddings up to 60 people. The extraordinary views create a perfect backdrop for romantic wedding. Wedding reception Outside in the garden or inside the main room on the gr[...]

Castello Restaurant

Castello Restaurant is situated in an ancient and noble palace in the center of a medieval town near San Gimignano. Situated in the heart of Tuscany, between Florence and Siena, Castello Restaurant has large rooms with vaulted ceilings, a magnificent garden terrace that dominates the town below and [...]

Craig and Sian

Groom and Bride : Craig and Sian Married on 25th May 2016 Location of ceremony and reception: Villa Gambassi In Sian's words... "Craig and I met when my Mum & Dad took over the bar / restaurant ‘The Stead Inn” in a local village in Aberdeen. He was the Chef and I was the waitress. He eventua[...]

Villa Ilaria

Often described as magical, Villa Ilaria is a unique property located on the green hilltops outside Florence. Previously owned by the Medicis family, Villa Ilaria sits amid 3 hectares of olive groves and offers breathtaking views over Florence, creating an authentic, and truly unique backdrop for yo[...]

Villa Elena

Located in the heart of Classical Chianti ("Chianti Classico") region, Villa Elena is quintessential Tuscan history and the perfect location to get married in Italy. Dating back to the Renaissance, the property includes 250 acres of vineyards, olive groves, exquisitely maintained gardens as well as [...]

Italian Wedding - Food Bonanza!

Food is such a fun part to organise if you are doing a wedding in Italy. Couples do usually come back for a second visit (the first one being the one where you look at possible venues) in order to taste the wedding menu. This is right as food is such a memorable part of the wedding day in all coun[...]

Glowing and shimmery wedding

Candles are a pretty way to decorate the reception hall whatever venue you chosen. You can choose from a wide variety of candles such as tealights, lanterns, citronella scented candles or flares. They can be placed in various areas of the room. Tealights and lanterns are particularly nice on the din[...]

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 Italy the groom carries the bride across the threshold of their new house to keep away bad spirits which could lurk from below. Rice is al[...]