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Villa Medicea Di Lilliano wine wedding in Tuscany
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.. about other things this time. Let’s talk about weddings in Tuscany and Italy in general for couples who are planning a destination wedding here – planning, culture, venues, etc. Wedding planner Santa (Italian Boutique Weddings) has answered several important questions about the process and about Italy. Let’s say – it is beautiful and exciting, but you have to know more than just read a lot of blog posts. My best advice to you is to book a flight and go to Italy for some research. You will get the right vibe and loads of information by visiting villas, venues or masserias (A masseria is a fortified farmhouse found on the estates in the Puglia region and typically built in the 16th century).
Top 3 reasons to choose VILLA MEDICEA DI LILLIANO
- It has lots of character and when you are there, you feel like at home, the staff is so welcoming and kind;
- Its vicinity to Florence is a great plus, as your guests can explore the city easily;
- Lots of spaces, from a rooftop terrace to the amazing garden and also the inside space, which is always an important aspect to consider
Can I plan a wedding in Tuscany without a professional wedding planner?
I would say this depends on what kind of wedding you want, how complex it will be, how many guests you will have and also how much time you can invest from your side into research and vendor management before the wedding and also on the wedding day so that everything goes smoothly.
You need to be very attentive to all the details so that you don’t forget anything, as planning a wedding is not just about booking the venue and the main vendors, it’s so much more; the day is made up of many little elements that make it special.
The main question that a couple always wants to ask is about planning a wedding in Italy.
Everyone wants to know how much a wedding costs. And to answer this I always say that there is no one package price that fits all, it all depends on what the couple likes, what services they choose and how much they want to pay for it. You might want to recreate something you saw on Pinterest, but don’t really have a budget for that, so you always need to be realistic about what you would like to have and how much you want to spend for it.
But the good news is that you can have a beautiful wedding with different budgets, as long as your wishes and financial means are aligned. Also prioritizing is important, for example, choose a more beautiful venue that will cost a bit more, and then maybe save on the decorations, as the venue is beautiful, to begin with, and doesn’t need much to enhance it.
Top 3 reasons to consider Italy countryside villas or masseria’s over urban weddings?
When a couple chooses to get married in a villa in Tuscany or a masseria in Apulian countryside, they are often required to book the venue with all the rooms for a certain number of nights, which is perfect, since all international couples indeed want to have a wedding celebration over several days. Starting with a welcome dinner before the wedding and a pool party the day after. The venue becomes yours for the time and you can truly celebrate with your closest family and friends in the venue’s privacy.
Any practical recommendations on choosing the venue:
Among many others, you can consider: obviously the cost, but most importantly what is included in the price? Like does the venue have a big enough indoor space in case of bad weather, do they have string lights for the dinner, are there separate different areas for the ceremony, aperitivo, dinner and the party (since it’s nice to have sort of itinerary so that the guests don’t immediately see everything and there is an element of surprise. Also consider that maybe a more expensive venue actually has more to offer, in comparison to a more economical one that has no backup plan, no string lights etc, so these would be all extras that you need to hire.
Location of it in the proximity of the airports, towns to visit, and other accommodations for the guests, if this is important for you, and you want to make sure that it’s easy for the guests to manage their trips.
What if the venue has restrictions on the vendors – maybe they have any exclusivity with certain vendors or you are free to choose the vendors together with your planner!
And many other little things, for example, electrical power – will they have enough or you would need an extra generator for the band (for larger weddings obviously), any music cut of restrictions; if they have a lawn – can it be used for dinner, dancing etc; any restrictions for the vendor set up and tear down.
This for example is something that a wedding planner would come in useful, especially if maybe haven’t been to the area where you want to get married, or even won’t see the venue before booking it for your wedding, which is the case for most couples.
‘il grand finale’
Uhh.. what a read! Wasnt it? I can only add that Italy is not Norway. Not because of the weather, but the language. Unfortunately, they speak poorly and that is the part where the wedding planner is worth it. Have a look at this VILLA MEDICEA DI LILLIANO wine wedding in Tuscany .. and see you soon!
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“After all the celebration is over, memories and photographs will be the only two things you’ll have left.” .. said one wise man!
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