September 14, 2019, was the lucky day of Nadine and Henrik. They got to get married in beautiful Tuscany. The couple travelled all the way from Germany to make their dream come true and start the rest of their lives together surrounded by their closest friends, family and, of course, olive trees. Their wedding makes all of us want to travel to Italy and get married under the Italian sun! The day was elegant, full of love and looks like one they will never forget.
To reassure themselves for a beautiful day, the two decided to hire a wedding planner. Faith brought them to Sara from Solevents who ended up taking care of both the planning and the design of the wedding and as we can see from the pictures she did an amazing job. The location where the two got married was picked out by the couple self. Their wedding venue was Fattorie Santo Pietro in San Gimignano. The ceremony was held at the corners of the Tuscan Farmhouse. The wedding arch, made with olive twigs and dusty-pink and ivory roses, framed a beautiful view of the Tuscan landscape. All flowers of the wedding are provided by Asso di Fiori. The entrance to the ceremony area was signalled by a welcoming welcome sign and a typical country barrel, on which the cones with olive leaves would have honoured the bride and groom at the end of the rite, as a sign of good luck.
Sara from Solevents: “As food and wine warm the soul, speeches make the heartbeat and music soften the ears, let’s remember, dear brides, that “the eye wants its part too”. The gaze is attracted by the bright reflection of the candles on the table, by the auspicious green of the flowers, by the whiteness of the roses, by the napkins combined with the bride’s bouquet, by the olive branches with the name of the guests. Attention to detail testifies to your concern, tenderness and love with which you welcome your loved ones. Make it special!
We would not have had these beautiful pictures without photographer Artnine Weddings.
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The wedding dinner is incredibly special as it represents the union of the spouses family at the same table. It is time for speeches, smiles and of course amazing food. The romantic, intimate atmosphere here is really important and there are several elements that help us make it like this. The wine produced from the Tuscan vineyards are a good start and the food tops it off. The food served at Nadine and Henrik’s wedding was provided by Royal Catering, Castellina Scalo. They made a delicious risotto with typical San Gimignano spice, saffron, combined with porcini mushrooms and black truffle, followed by maltagliati with Tuscan ragu. The second course brought to the table was a large traditional dish: Beef fillet with Chianti with vegetable julienne. Deliziosa!
The courses were accompanied by a piece of romantic background music inspired by the great jazz hits all taken care of by DJ Andrea Ribas. The music left room for the speeches and thoughts dedicated to the spouses during the evening. The celebrant of the wedding was Cinzia Gilio.
And here we are at the queen of the party: the wedding cake designed by Le Chiacchiere di Lu. Our brides have very different ideas about the perfect wedding cake: there are those who want it strictly simple, like that of Nadine and Henrik, those who dream of it with 8 floors, those who follow the trend and order a Naked Cake, those who are faithful to the millefeuille and those who opt for fruit colours. Whatever the wedding day cake, remember that it must represent you and reflect the theme of the wedding … enjoy the moment, smile and get excited! Now you are ready for the first dance of husband and wife …
On the notes of Soldier by Gavin DeGraw, Nadine and Henrik opened the dances of their romantic wedding in Tuscany. Sara had prepared a projection with the same design as the wedding invitations together with the couple that came on when they entered the dance floor. The wedding party continued in the cellars of the farmhouse where guests went wild among architectural lights and dance music.
Sara from Solevents: “There would be so much to tell you about this wedding, a day that was special not only for the newlyweds, but also for me. If you think about it, among the tasks of the wedding planner there are many tasks such as designing a beautiful design, preparing the timeline, checking contracts, making a room beautiful and fragrant, igniting emotions. All this could be summed up in one word: magic. My duty is to give magic, something that cannot be explained or touched but exists and it is right to try it once in a lifetime. Don’t be afraid to dream big!”