Blanc Signature Weddings: Stylish Chic Villa Wedding
Buongiorno! Today’s wedding features our favorite kind of bride – a chic one! The elegant German beauty Nina is all elegance and style, which of course we can’t get enough of. Her groom, Jullian, isn’t so shabby either – a strapping fellow with a sweet personality and fantastic sense of humor. To celebrate their wedding, they chose Villa di Geggiano, a fully restored 14th century villa, which guaranteed a beautiful and fun weekend for their closest family and friends.
The day before the wedding, Nina and Jullian wanted to welcome their guests in the best way possible. They organized an informal, rustic BBQ dinner, with grilled meats and a vast spread of local cheeses, in a beautiful garden illuminated with string lights. Tables were chicly decorated with herbs in terracotta pots and lemons, complementing the scenery and atmosphere. Their crew of creative friends kept the party going between courses with songs, dances and poems. At midnight, the mother of the bride presented her gift to the future bride and groom – a famous Croatian folk band that got everyone’s spirits moving to the rhythm until one in the morning. At that point they crawled into bed to get some rest before the big day.
The next day, both the bride and groom got dressed in two different apartments with the help of their bridal parties and close family members, who assisted them in every way. The ceremony took place in a gorgeous Italian garden, with a glorious natural arch with hanging white flowers and candles framing the couple. The grooms’ sister and her boyfriend serenaded everyone with their beautiful music, creating a magical and intimate atmosphere. After the “I do’s”, guests were invited to the main garden for an abundant cocktail hour with finger foods and drinks delighting all during sunset.
Dinner then took place in front of a wonderful amphitheater where a band entertained guests during the entire reception. Tables were elegantly adorned with silver candelabras, white and blush flowers and metallic accents. Afterwards, the couple opened the dance floor with a romantic first dance followed by everyone breaking moves until late into the night.
The next day, Nina and Jullian wanted to formally thank and say goodbye to their guests with a lovely brunch. Pancakes and omelettes were enjoyed on country-style tables and picnic blankets, creating a relaxed, yet chic ambiance. It was the perfect ending to a rule memorable wedding weekend!
Will you opt for a weekend of festivities for your guests or just one special day? Let us know, we’d love to hear your thoughts!