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Category Archives: Civil weddings
Here’s a selection of images from Julie and Alex’s recent Volterra wedding. Julie and Alex wanted a long, relaxed wedding week, and the wedding day divided into separate emotions, moods and styles. The overall theme for the wedding took it’s … Continue reading
The couple write… Now that our honeymoon’s almost over and we’re starting to get back to normality (well, kind of – we’re now planning a relocation to Hong Kong!) we wanted to send a short note to re-emphasise our gratitude … Continue reading
Dear Ben and Marisa, Words cannot express how thankful we are to you for planning such a wonderful wedding for us. Our family and friends still can’t stop talking about the big day. Every aspect of our wedding was just … Continue reading
Getting married on the Italian coast is a dream of many – and the Cinque Terre region in Liguria is an ideal, romantic and intimate setting for those who have a small group to enjoy the magic of Italy as … Continue reading
Chrissy and Dan, after their wedding in Siena
Shannah and Matthew, family, friends and the couple’s faithful dog, spend a week in Southern Tuscany, at this wonderful castle. The week culminated in a double wedding: a civil ceremony in the town hall in Siena, and a religious blessing … Continue reading
The town of Pienza, in the southernmost part of Tuscany, is ideal for lovers of all things authentic and unspoilt: the wines of Pienza and especially Montalcino (famous for it’s Brunello, perhaps the best of all Italian reds) and the … Continue reading
So, the town hall in San Gimignano, and the Sala Dante in particular is a special setting – an austere room with stunning frescoes. The hall is named for the noted poet Dante Alighieri who visited San Gimignano in 1300 … Continue reading
So many couples these days form part of a “non traditional” family. They come from different states, different social and economic backgrounds, have different cultures and religions, different beliefs – sometimes from each other as well as from their respective … Continue reading