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There is nothing more special than a couple in love who want to make their day the most magical moment to cherish for years to come. Sometimes when you ask people, “why are you getting married in Tuscany?” you see their face light up and they reply, “because we love it!” We agree. What’s not to love? They chose an Renaissance as their stage and the beautiful Tuscan landscape as the backdrop for the place where their dream wedding came to life among the greens of the rolling hillsides, the deep reds, and violets of the vineyards, and the silvery green of the olive trees all providing inspiration at every turn. It was especially so for Ann and Imran because they have friends and family from the four corners of the world: Japan, Holland, and Australia. Tuscany was the perfect location for friends and family to come and celebrate their union as well as enjoy a holiday with loved ones.

The clouds rolled in at the beginning but sometimes mother nature listens to love and brought in the sun just in time for their vows. The tensile structure where the wedding and reception not only provided cover from the elements but gave the most glorious lighting.

The florist created floral chandeliers that were breathtaking along with strings of flowers and centerpieces that exploded with beautiful color. The color palette featured peach, white, purple and green in a rustic luxury style   

Ann was the portrait of serene elegance in her beautiful gown down to her stunning Rockstud Valentino pumps.

The tables were designed with a classic elegance in mind. Every element was planned to perfection from the hand calligraphy menus right down to the Chiavari chairs which are a hallmark of traditional Italian elegance.

The only rain was a shower of soft petals on the happy couple after the ceremony.

After an exquisite dinner filled with local seasonal dishes, guests retired to the cantine of the villa and enjoyed spectacular views, dancing under the stars to a swing band and DJ, and a quiet cigar bar for those who need to rest their heels.

The term “love birds” can be so overused but when you see Anne and Imram together it is what pops into mind. We wish them the happiest of days together filled with joy and laughter.

Photography: L&V Photography