A White Intimate Wedding in Villa Grey, Versilia

by Bridestory [[ 1430100000000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Real Weddings 

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There's nothing wrong with going classic and the wedding of Christoph and Katarina is the proof. The couple made sure that everything sticks to the same palette, white. Consistent on her dress, her bouquet, even his pocket square. The newlyweds have chosen to get married in a little-known part of Tuscany. Versilia is the sea area with sandy beaches located in northern Tuscany and is perfect for a chic and intimate wedding inside fabulous beach resorts. They had white interiors and the couple effortlessly blends into the background creating stunning frames. Scroll for more pictures and see for yourself.

See also: A White, Navy and Gold Wedding in Washington

Something from the bride:

We had only 38 guests at our wedding and Villa Grey was the perfect destination! The planning wasn´t difficult at all since Villa Grey - especially the Manager - Laura Parigami was a real treasure! She helped us with everything. For us it was clear from the beginning that we don´t want to have a big wedding. We don´t want to have people around us, that we usually don´t see during the year. We wanted to have our family and closest friends and this was the best decision ever. The highlight was the ceremony in the church of Sant' Ermete in Forte dei Marmi. We had two priests and one of them was speaking German with an adorable Italian accent. The party in the garden of the villa grey afterwards was the second highlight - the arrangement was incredible as well as the food, the service and the atmosphere.


CREDIT TO VENDORS:

  • Photography:

    Facibeni Fotografia

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  • Venue: Villa Grey, Versilia
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  • Men's Formal Wear: Gucci
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  • Dress & Attire: Jimmy Choo

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