The perfect place to elope? Florence, of course.

A wedding is about two people coming together as one and professing their love and commitment to one another. Hazel and John chose to elope to one of the most romantic city in the world, Florence, in Tuscany. Elopements are the most intimate type of wedding, allowing the couple to truly enjoy being together as they start the next chapter of their lives. The Tuscan Wedding helped Hazel and John plan every moment of their marriage ensuring that their special day was nothing short of perfect.

Just a couple hours earlier, Hazel and John separated as single people for the last time to get ready for the big day. John dressed himself in a grey suit, white shirt, and  an elegant boutonniere arranged with dark red ranunculus, blue thistle and sprigs of Italian greenery. Across the way in the bridal suit, with the help of the hair and makeup artist Cherie Spisso, Hazel got ready for her boudoir section and the engagement photo shoot before the wedding. For the engagement shoot Hazel wore a gorgeous black mermaid dress with red roses embordered on the bottom. It was the perfect way for the couple to spend time together before saying I do later in the day.

After the photoshoot it was time for Hazel to freshen up and change into her wedding dress. Cherie Spisso helped her make sure she looked perfect for her wedding day. She wore an elegant long sleeve dress with a sweetheart neckline along with a long beautiful vail.

John patiently waited for his beautiful bride in front of Villa Cora. Hazel walked down the aisle carrying a beautiful bouquet of dusty delphinium, white spray roses, blue thistle, dark red ranunculus and garden roses which perfectly matched John’s boutonniere and floral arrangements at the ceremony, all designed by Flowers Living.

A duo violinist and harpist played during the ceremony to make the moment even more romantic. The most intimate part of the couple’s day was the exchange of the vows: they had written themselves professing their love and commitment to one and other.

After the ceremony, the newlyweds spent few time with the photographer The cablookfotolab, who captured the best memories of the couple in the garden of the Villa taking advantage of the warm sun of the Tuscan fall.

The Tuscan Wedding arranged an aperitif for the couple after their photoshoot. The couple enjoyed cocktails as well as a selection of finger foods.

They cut the wedding cake realized by the talented Sugarcups and decorated with a cascade of colourful flowers by Flowers Living. Following this, the couple returned for their intimate wedding reception at the White Room where a table was decorated and set for two by The Tuscan Wedding. The fireplace and candles created a romantic atmosphere for the couple’s first dinner as husband and wife.



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