Under The Tuscan Sun: Aoife & Eoin’s Italian Dream Wedding

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Aoife & Eoin's Desintation Italian Wedding
Are you full of the back to work blues, and the dreaded thought that January will never end?!What you need is a good dose of sunshine, and just for you, we have this feel good destination wedding of Irish couple Aoife and Eoin, married in stunning Tuscany.Aoife & Eoin Aoife & Eoin Aoife & Eoin Aoife & Eoin Aoife & Eoin Aoife & Eoin Aoife & Eoin Aoife & EoinAoife and Eoin’s wedding was expertly planned by Rossana Sapori of Weddings In Italy, who guided them with local knowledge and helped them discover the Villa Vignamaggio, which was the actual villa used on the set of ‘Much Ado About Nothing.’

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The ceremony took place in the enchanting setting of the Church of Panzano in Chianti, before moving onto the Villa which was the perfect romantic location secluded in the rolling hills a few miles from Florence. The villa is thought to also be where Leonardo Da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa, and offers a beautiful light and airy room called Mona Lisa.


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Aoife, Eoin and their guests were served elegant cocktails in the Italian Garden facing the villa, before being served an al fresco dinner in the romantic gardens, overlooking one of the villas pools. Wines from the villa were served during the meal – Chianti, what else!

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The celebration was rounded off with a long nights dancing in the cellars of the property – sounds like total wedded bliss to me!

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With thanks to Rossana for sharing this Italian dreamy wedding, keep an eye out for an in-depth look at how to plan your own Italian wedding very soon.


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Venue: Villa Vignamaggio, Chianti
Photographer: Edoardo Agresti Studio
Wedding Planner: Rossana Sapori, Weddings In Italy


4 thoughts on “Under The Tuscan Sun: Aoife & Eoin’s Italian Dream Wedding”

  1. Jane Brennan says:

    What an amazing setting for a wedding.

    Just wondering if you know anything about Aoife’s dress – it’s spectacular. Also, in the last picture of her dancing, she has nothing covering her shoulders – was that a detachable piece that came with the dress or did she have it made. It loooks part of the dress in the earlier pictures.

  2. Aoife Ryan says:

    Hi Jane!
    Thank you for the compliment on my dress, I must say I really was in love with it myself! It is a Sharon Hoey dress and was called ‘Isabella’ (design name, not one I gave it!) but it was on show in her store Anabel Rose. It was made to fit so it felt special!

  3. Aoife Ryan says:

    Jane, I meant to say that the top part of my dress did come off – it was separate but was meant to look like all the one for the day but then be different for the night 🙂

  4. anna deeley says:

    Lovely pics…would have loved to see more close-ups of the bride, but mainly because she is my gorgeous cousin and I was so sad to miss this beautiful wedding! Thank you for sharing 🙂

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