The wedding of Eduardo & Giulia has stood out for being a 3-days event, which was attended by 180 guests, coming from 15 different countries.
This Argentine and Italian couple, have chosen a historic village in the heart of the classic Chianti, for their big day, a real pearl immersed in the vineyards.
The style of their wedding, casual chic, that is a combination of the informal and the elegant, with delicate tones and typical Tuscan style.
The first day of celebrations began with the delivery to the guests of the Borgo of the Welcome Bag, designed and made by us, each containing a welcome flavor consisting of a mini bottle of olive oil, and a wedding program.
The day continued with a pool party in the Borgo and then with a wine tasting in a very characteristic area of the village, overlooking the vineyards. The winemaker, of the millennial winery owned by the estate, had 3 different wine labels tasted, all accompanied by an excellent cutting board of Tuscan specialties.
For the rehearsal dinner, we organized a Pizza Party, in the enchanting village square. The theme was “La pizza in Piazza” with festoon lights, and tables decorated with the colors of Italy, thanks to fresh compositions of tomatoes and aromatic plants.
The starred Pizza Chef Marco Manzi has created all the pizzas for the 130 guests on show cooking, who have enjoyed and enjoyed the typical Neapolitan delicacies.
The second day was the day of the highly anticipated marriage. The Armenian ritual was celebrated in the shade of the centuries-old tree in the garden in front of the villa. It was a very intense and romantic moment.
The reception continued with a rich aperitif set up in thematic corners in the village pizza. The desire of the bride was immediately to create a surprise effect for the moment of dinner, in front of Villa. Our project has been to transform the entire garden, in a magical atmosphere full of lights, thanks also to the use of crystal chandeliers, which have contributed to make the façade of the villa even more elegant. For the entrance of the guests we literally closed the main gate with elegant linen curtains, allowing us to create a real WoW effect!
The party continued with a spectacular cut cake under an imposing tree and the dance party that continued until late at night.
The next day the guests reached the bride and groom for a brunch, and for the final greetings.
It was 3 days really very intense and full of great emotions! We were really honored to have taken part in this important moment of this beautiful couple.
Ph.credits: Sara Lejon