Italian Destination Elopement with Just the Bride & Groom
With the recent lockdown and rescheduling of weddings all over the world, elopements are on the rise and fast. And we're here for it! The most romantic part of a beautiful wedding is two people proclaiming their love and committing to each other for life; so why wouldn’t you want the day to be just for the two of you? That’s exactly how the American couple Hazel & John felt when they decided to elope to the stunning and romantic Tuscany last November. Fine Art Curation member The Tuscan Wedding helped the couple plan every detail of the wedding, allowing the day to come together perfectly...
From Daniela at The Tuscan Wedding: "Just a couple hours earlier, Hazel and John separated as single people for the last time to get ready for the big day. John dressed himself in a dark grey suit, white shirt, and an elegant boutonniere arranged with dark red ranunculus, blue thistle and sprigs of Italian greenery. Across the way in the bridal suit, with the help of the hair and makeup artist Cherie Spisso, Hazel got ready for her boudoir section and the engagement photo shoot before the wedding. She then slipped into a gorgeous classic white gown with a sweetheart neckline, all covered in lace; a perfect style for a luxurious Tuscan elopement.
As the day approaches its golden hour, the handsome groom made his way up to the steps where he awaited his bride. Soon she will join him, carrying a large organic bouquet of dusty blue delphinium, white spray roses, blue thistle, dark red ranunculus and garden roses arranged by Flowers Living.
In front of the Villa with them stood the celebrant, duo violinists and harpist. The decorations were opulent with two big stone urns full of flowers that perfectly matched with the bridal bouquet. Perhaps the most special moment of this day was the exchanging of personally written vows between the loving couple, and the symbolic toast to life. A truly profound and unique expression of their love.
After the ceremony, the newlyweds spent some time with the photographer The cablookfotolab, who captured the best memories of the couple in the garden of the Villa taking advantage of the warm sun of the Tuscan fall. They cut the wedding cake realized by the talented Sugarcups and decorated with a cascade of colourful flowers by Flowers Living. Following this, the couple returned for their intimate wedding reception at the White Room where a table was decorated and set for two by The Tuscan Wedding. Here, in front of the fireplace, they shared their first meal as husband and wife."