The couple’s respect and fondness for each other was clear since our first meeting, and their strong friendship and bond was so involving. I felt I was planning a wedding of old-time friends. The whole process was a delightful experience.
When imagining their wedding day, Emma and Jamie wanted to unite guests coming from their two parts of the world, UK and Australia, to enjoy a fun wedding weekend. If their Tuscany villa wedding had to be described in one word, that word would be fun. So it was, the whole weekend was a jubilation, so many laughter’s and great memories.
Emma and Jamie got married on a warm afternoon in July at Borgo Stomennano. Upon arriving at the ceremony, guests were welcomed with a refreshing drink. A lovely touch to make the brides arrival even more enjoyable.
After the Borgo Stomennano wedding ceremony, guests were offered a wider selection of drinks and mouth-watering Italian delicacies. In the true spirit of fun, the aperitif was accompanied by a very traditional folk Italian trio of mandolin, guitar and accordion.
Dinner was served at sunset. Guests enjoyed a typically Tuscan menu over three courses and a wedding cake which was prepared, in front of the guests. Guests were amazed by the live preparation, which really added to the sense of occasion.
After dinner, the Borgo Stomennano wedding party moved by the pool where a DJ and a full bar kept guests entertained until the early hours.