If you are planning to get married in 2018, one of the first things to do is checking the new 2018 Wedding Trends in order to plan a memorable wedding day!
2018 wedding Trends
Next year we’ll see a more dramatic and almost edgy vibe: deeper colors and richer textures. A sort of new rustic (for the IT addicted let’s say rustic 2.0!), still somewhat relaxed but a bit more raised up.
Foliage, whites and greys will be mixed up with soft metallics. Rose gold is getting replaced by silver and chrome and pale roses by dramatic hues like burgundy.
This shooting follows one of the trends of the year: vintage style! And what is it better than a Tuscan styled shoot to celebrate this day with the beautiful landscape of Tuscany’s hills?
It has been done in a typical wine cellar with lots of wine bottles. The fall atmosphere with his warm colors creates a contrast with the grey and black dresses of the bridesmaids and the white dress of the bride.
If you want an inspiration for your vintage wedding, this post will give you some trendy ideas!
Tuscan wedding prices are really a delicate topic! And for sure is one of the most important while deciding to have a wedding in Tuscany! In fact, we are asked this question each time and as you may imagine, there is no a unique answer! This because you all have different needs, number of guests, preferences in style. And we know for sure you want something special for your wedding!
But I don’t really want to discourage you, not at all! Tuscan weddings can be a real dream and we can make it real, together!
BRIDE: Flo | GROOM: Nassim| LOCATION: wedding in Tuscany Italy: Val d’Orcia | PH:Nicola Tonolini
Wedding in Tuscany Italy
Flo & Nassim are a special couple: their country of origin is Lebanon and immediately we understood how strong are the ties that bind them to their former homes. Now they live in Dubai and they contacted us to help them make their destination wedding dreams come to life! They wanted to ensure a really italian experience to their guests. To do this they chose a Borgo in the middle of Val d’Orcia, with rolling hills all around and a peaceful atmosphere. (more…)
BRIDE: Lindsey | GROOM: Miheer| LOCATION: Indian wedding in Tuscany in Chiantishire Medieval castle | PH:Roberto Panciatici
Who said that an Indian wedding in Tuscany couldn’t reflect both the Indian traditions and that rustic Tuscan feel?
We always imagine Indian weddings as massive parties with lots of golden details mixed with tradition. Well, this is what has happened! And it all took place here in Tuscany, in a beautiful castle in Chianti area.
So what do you think seeing in fornt of you a horse, a white cypress road, lots of people dancing in their colourful joyous typical Indian dresses!
This couldn’t be a better moment to talk about Christmas gifts and of course before a Romantic Wedding in Tuscany there’s another thing to donate!! And the best gift for a lady in love is definitely having the fiancé on his knees in front of her! Of course we love any romantic wedding in Tuscany but hurray for engagements!
I love taking time to see engagements videos. There are different types, from those composed and intimate to grand, captivating shows in front of a crowd!
Of course surprise factor and secrecy are the 2 key points!! Don’t forget!
So let’s see how yours can be… And most of all, what is your favourite style??
Getting married is not just about the ceremony and the reception, but a wonderful land to explore! If you’re planning a tuscan wedding, why not to do it with style!? Of course not just one, but yours! So… are you ready to choose your mean of transportation?
The do’s are few…just choose your style and have a unique wedding in your unique wedding car!!
Choose your Tuscan wedding car & I’ll tell you who you are..
A recurring question for us wedding planners in Tuscany is: can I use confetti and if not what is the alternative to confetti for my wedding in Tuscany?
Well, let me tell you, there are a number of solutions to this “problem” and honestly I think that they are so much better than confetti that you will feel silly for even having thought of using the things.