Anna and Philip celebrated their wedding at the beautiful Borgo Pignano, a 750-acre country estate, in Tuscany.

The stunning Borgo Pignano, in Pisa, sits between Volterra and San Gimignano and features an enchanting 18th Century manor house. The estate includes stone farmhouses, gardens and meadows, pools and small lakes, orchards, woodland and waterfalls, the fabulous 3-day event was organised by wedding planner Enzo Miccio and his Italy and London based wedding team. Wedding events included a pre wedding pizza party evening and a post-wedding buffet brunch, in Pignano’s pretty surroundings.

Before their ceremony, Anna and Philip and their attendants all got ready in the manor house’s luxurious suites. Anna & Philip married in an outdoor ceremony in a elegantly-decorated area of Pignano’s woodland.

Then, the couple and their guests enjoyed post ceremony drinks and finger foods, on the pretty, panoramic lawns. During aperitifs, Anna and Philip slipped away to capture photographs with the breathtaking Tuscan views.

Later, the wedding party sat down to an elegant wedding banquet, in a marquee on the manor house’s front lawn. During the dinner, guests enjoyed speeches by the bride and groom and members of the brial party.

After the wedding banquet Anna and Philip cut their wedding cake. The bride’s mum had delicately and beautifully decorated the delicious cake.

Anna and Philip held their after party in an open marquee, decorated with chandeliers, pretty sofas and fabulous floral arrangements. The newlyweds performed their first dance before guests joined them on the dancefloor.

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Following the couple’s wedding preparations, their wedding ceremony at the Certosa di Pontignano, a converted monastery.

Then, the newlyweds’ stroll through the grounds of the Certosa before their vintage car journey to the 17th Century Villa Catignano. Following pre-dinner aperitifs in the villa’s Italian Gardens, the wedding banquet and cake cutting in the villa’s courtyard.

Later, Hannah & Andy’s first dance followed by further dancing and celebrating, during the after-party in the villa’s Tatiana Hall.

 

Charming French couple Samantha and Mickael (Mika) celebrated their wedding weekend event at the fabulous Castello di Gabbiano in Tuscany.Gabbiano is a 14th Century castle in the countryside between Florence and Siena, with 100 hectares of vineyards, olive groves and grounds.Sam and Mika’s Gabbiano celebrations included a relaxed party the evening before the wedding and a fun post-wedding brunch.

On their wedding day, Sam, Mika and their attendants got ready in Gabbiano’s pretty Tuscan-style suites. Guests gathered for the ceremony in the main courtyard, framed by the spectacular countryside and below 12th Century belltower.Sam and Mika said ‘I do’ under a wrought iron gazebo embellished with white chiffon drapes and flowers.

After the ceremony, guests gathered for pre-dinner aperitifs on the main terrace, overlooking the beautiful countryside scattered with vineyards and olive groves. During aperitifs, Sam and Mika strolled through Gabbiano’s gardens and grounds, stopping for photographs in picturesque spots. Later, the couple and their guests enjoyed their wedding banquet in the castle’s elegant garden. Then, after the delicious dinner, featuring local delicacies and Gabbiano’s own prize-winning wines, Sam and Mika cut their wedding cake.

Everyone cheered and waved sparklers as the newlyweds cut the enormous Tuscan-style mille-feuille wedding cake. Then, guests sampled the delicious, fresh fruit and cream-filled cake before some incredibly fun, improvised dancing began.

Then, the wedding party moved indoors, to the one of Gabbiano’s elegant halls. Sam and Mika performed their first dance before being joined on the dancefloor by their families and friends.

Hannah and Andy married in the pretty Siena countryside of Castelnuovo Berardenga, in the heart of Tuscany. The couple exchanged their wedding vows in the evocative seting of the Certosa di Pontignano, a converted Monastery.

The Certosa is an exquisite venue with cloistered gardens, graceful chapels and pretty apartments. Later, the bride, groom and guests celebrated at the charming 17th Century Villa Catignano, nestled in the lush, green Tuscan countryside.

The wedding party sampled aperitifs in the villa’s lovely Italian Gardens, before dinner. Meanwhile, the bride and groom visited the grounds for photographs together before rejoining their guests.

Then they enjoyed the wedding banquet in the elegant courtyard, where, later, Hannah and Andy also cut their wedding cake.  Then, guests gathered in the lovely Tatiana Hall for the newlyweds’ first dance before the remainder of the evening’s entertainments.

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