The rolling hills of Tuscany

The Italian province of Tuscany is filled with gorgeous Italian estates turned into wedding venues, each with their own unique features and style. Not only are some of them offering gorgeous views over the Tuscan landscape, creating the perfect atmosphere for a wedding, but a lot of them offer a certain charm that is yet to be recreated. As a wedding photographer, I have to admit that the scenery, charm, and colours of the villas is the perfect mix for gorgeous wedding photographs.

Villa Corsini - the perfect venue, half an hour from Florence

Wall paintings, windows opening to picture perfect views, two gorgeous gardens, and a row of beautiful olive tree... How could it get better? Your guests could easily enjoy a nice trip to the beautiful city of Florence, taking in the sights and visiting the art galleries, combining it with your wedding.

Mel & Jack - Getting Ready Moments

I love a first look moment. There is something very intimate and emotional to photograph. It's often a moment of realisation for the couple that "today is the day". They get a little bit more time to be intimate, talk to each other, before appearing in front of their guests for the ceremony.

The ceremony offered a beautiful view on the Tuscan countryside...

The ceremony, designed by luxury planner Mae & Co. Creative, was created to elevate the beauty of the garden, using the old statues, the view as well as the fountain as main decor elements.

The perfect styling

Villa Corsini's main room is a window filled ballroom covered in gorgeous wall paintings. The room itself elevates the atmosphere of the wedding and is simply perfect to get beautiful shots considering its natural sunlight. Mae & Co. used to green subtle undertones of the paintings to create the colour palette for the wedding. The table centrepiece was filled with flowers and overflowing with grapes and macarons, giving a true European feeling.

Champagne moment...

The Couple Popped a Champagne Bottle a Celebrated their Big Day in Front of the Venue.