Right here are all the stop-you-in-your-track-reasons to pause your planning and ask yourself if you would want a truly unforgettable elopement in Tuscany. Don’t get us wrong. We are the first to admit that we are all about the big, fancy luxury wedding. There’s just so much talent out there with today’s industry leaders who are more than apt at pulling together a fairytale day that makes our own princess dreams soar. But, this from Jules Bower! More than drops jaws. It’s a private fairy tale – yes, just the two of them. Beautifully planned by Primavera Dreams at the Villa di Geggiano with an Ines Di Santo bride and Stiatti Fiori on floral. Without a doubt, this has quickly climbed to the TOP of our lists for an unforgettable elopement in Tuscany. Just wait until you get whisked away in its beauty!
Unforgettable Elopement in Tuscany
Let’s start by talking about Villa di Geggiano. Originally built in the 14th century, this Tuscany venue with its gardens, décor and ambience is exquisite. The careful renovation and restoration of the venue more than spellbinding. breathtaking. Imagine the history, beautiful frescos, ancient cypress trees, romantic gardens surrounding you and there is no one else there, just the two of you living in the moment. The bride gets ready upstairs with artist Cherie Spisso doing hair and make-up as she prepares to step out wearing an Ines Di Santo dress that is to die for, called “Mimi.” To complete her look, she wears some contemporary pieces created by Monica Coscioni owner and designer at Spazio Manassei in Rome and Orvieto. Meanwhile, the groom is getting ready in his contemporary suite at the Villa. Giuseppe Rossi from Blessings from Italy is waiting in the chapel located on the villa grounds to celebrate this union. They are visibly emotional and extremely happy at the same time. For their private reception, the table, as well as the ceremony, has been beautifully decorated by Stiatti Fiori, a combination of “artists” works to make this setup the most romantic and at the same time appropriate. The colors and items selected blend in harmony with the frescoes. The contemporary artist Sofia Rocchetti designed and produced by hand the bride and groom’s chairs and tablecloth, Preludio Noleggi provided the beautiful crystal chandelier and dinner set while Monica Tallone designed and made by hand the bride and groom signs and menus. The couple playfully enjoys a tender moment and a few steps of a first dance before they sit for their beautiful romantic candlelit dinner. Villa di Geggiano serves a lavish menu, their own delicious wines accompany the gourmet food. Photographer Jules Bower discretely left the villa allowing them the moment to enjoy their evening and a perfect end to a memorable, meaningful and unforgettable elopement in Tuscany.