Wedding Film Villa Vignamaggio
Lincoln and Nadia have chosen Italy for their dreamed day because they have Italian heritage and a love affair with all things Italian including their wedding film villa vignamaggio. The enchanting tuscan countryside gave a rustic sense to that day and Villa Vignamaggio is one of Tuscany’s oldest farming estates, a Renaissance treasure trove in the heart of the Chianti region. It was a small wedding with 40 guest coming from all over the world. The villa itself is picturesque, has stunning Tuscan views, Italian gardens you could get lost in, olive groves and was rich in history! They held the ceremony in the beautiful quaint privately owned church Oratorio della Madonna Della Neve.
We were in a small church but it was a dream with a hand painted ceiling, a large birdhouse, white gazebo out the front and many more quirky characteristics. They had any italian inspired details, like italian folk music but first of all, a small Fiat 500 F wich accompanied their trip by the church to the venue. The dinner took place in the courtyard, in front of the villa, where it was decorated by stormy details of ashen silverware a top layers of granite silk were harmonised by a shadow play of tapered candles, effortlessly woven between clusters of blush roses down reception tablescapes. In Italy it’s always all special, like this intimate wedding with only the love of their family and friends.
This wedding has been featured on the beautiful blog called “The Lane” and you can find here the article http://thelane.com/style-guide/real-weddings/intimate-italian-celebration