Italy Destination Weddings

I have a longtime love affair with Italy (from when I studied in Rome in college, to the pasta and vino obsession I can’t seem to kick).  But I think one of my absolute favorite Italian ideas is a wedding in a property from ancient times.  Rome is a city with buildings built upon buildings from its past and many of the Italian countryside villas are working homes in the framework of historic homes.  The depth and life that you feel and see at these venues inspire some pretty incredible wedding details and imagery.  So if you’re considering an Italian “I do,” consider a few fabulous details to layer your property with, much like their generations have done for centuries.  I love the look of earthy tones and a palette that appears to be a part of the property when at a venue as special as these!  Add great food, great wine, great friends, and maybe even a little Limoncello and you’ve got a recipe for an unforgettable experience!

Italy destination wedding1 Italy Destination Weddings{Photos: Invitation: Oh So Beautiful Paper, Flower Urn: Polly Alexandre Photography via Style Me Pretty, Wedding Dress: David Murray Weddings, Church: Vogue, Table Overlooking Water: Sunsurfer Tumblr, Ivy Covered Venue: Pinterest, Private Estate: W. Scott Chester Photography via 100Layer Cake, Peach & White Flowers: Marisa Holmes Photography via Style Me Pretty, Bouquet: Vintage Design Company, Feasting Tables: JuneBug Weddings, Cake: Martha Stewart Weddings, Couple: Stephanie Koo Photography}

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  • http://www.crystalblueweddings.com/ Danielle

    My husband and I got married in Italy and yes, it was unbelievable!!!!  Going back this year to celebrate our 5th anniversary…CANNOT WAIT!!!