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.