Vow renewal in tuscany italy, how to do it?

A renaissance Villa  perfect to celebrate your renewal of vows in Italy  and a stunning panorama overlooking the hills around Florence. A small family chapel for an intimate ceremony and the September sun shining around us. It took me just a few emails with Michael,as he knew what he wanted and that he loved his wife since they got married the first time, 20 years ago. So it wasn’t difficult to give him a couple of choices and find the right venue for their ceremony. After having a look to a couple of venues in the Chianti and in Florence, the groom made his mind on this Villa in Florence. This venue is just a few minutes away from the city center but has a gorgeous Italian garden and a huge swimming pool overlooking the panorama. Michael wanted to keep the secret until the ceremony day but it was impossible not  to tell his wife what they were going to do that afternoon!

The couple arrived with a private transfer to the Villa where Sofia was waiting for them to celebrate the ceremony of the renewal of the vows  in the old family chapel. After the ceremony we moved to the garden and the swimming pool area: the Villa offers a nice garden with statues where Michael and Kerry took some pictures.

The bride looked gorgeous in her white short dress with high heels! After a couple of pictures close to olive trees the sun began to go down and it was time for me to bring the happy couple back to their hotel.

They had a dinner booked in one of the best restaurants of Fiesole with lovely views of the city from the hills: I’m sure they’ll never forget this day as I did,  and I’m really happy to have helped another couple to realized their dream of renew their vows under the Tuscan sun!! A very special thank to Sebastian David Bonacchi  http://www.sebastianph.com to share with me the pictures of the ceremony!

renewal of vows

If you were thinking about celebrating your wedding vows in Tuscany here are some pics of ceremonies we did around Tuscany :

and if you want to see more here is a post about a ceremony among the rolling hills of Valdorcia