A romantic outdoor destination wedding in Umbria. This wedding has been published on Rock My Wedding Blog
From the blog: If you’re after a destination wedding with movie star quality, gorgeous photography and a seriously stylish bride and groom, then Gabri and Joe’s stunning Umbrian wedding day is going to be right up your street. There’s a delicious bohemian vibe to the luxe styling too which just makes everything all the more special. These lovebirds have already featured on RMW in the form of their engagement shoot, so I knew their wedding day was going to be epic. There are flowers, fashion and food in abundance so get comfy, this is a wedding to truly savour from start to finish…
From the couple: Our wedding took place in the Italian region of Umbria, in a tiny hilltop village. The wedding had stunning views over the Umbrian hills, with confetti and the first toast held on the panoramic roof terrace. Guests soaked up the view, shading themselves with white vintage umbrellas, Prosecco and homemade popcorn were flowing while the fiddler serenaded. The bouquet was thrown from the historic imperial staircase and the guests gathered around to see us zoom off in our Fiat500 classic getaway ride! The fiddler lead the guests down the cypress tree entrance to the bohemian garden where aperitivo was served!
The garden was a bohemian dream with chandeliers in trees, long banquet tables flowing with greenery & flowers and fairy lights everywhere! A vintage antique mirror provided the table plan, with attention to detail in the ‘family tree’ corner, dedicated to those passed but never forgotten. Tables were decorated with gold candelabras, tree slices for placemats and white & gold hand painted feathers for name places. The sun was setting during the dinner banquet and created a beautiful golden glow through the trees highlighting the idyllic views. We fell in love with the location when we were venue hunting on one of our trips to Italy, it had the wild romantic feel we were looking for & was intimate and unique…the views were an added bonus!