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Most of us dream of getting married in Tuscany (or, at least I did!). The cost of actually making that come true, however, can make you wake up realllll fast.
While jetting off to Italy with your family and friends might not be in your wedding plans, it doesn’t mean that you can’t bring some of the best parts of the wine region to your stateside celebration.
Whether you’re getting married in a backyard, courtyard, restaurant, or other wedding venue with a rustic vibe, you can easily create a Tuscany wedding theme without spending the price of two roundtrip plane tickets to Florence.
Below are 39 of my favorite ideas for a Tuscany wedding theme. From tomato and basil centerpieces to Italian-inspired cocktails, you can use one or all of these ideas to transport you and your wedding guests to one of the most beautiful destinations in the world.
What wedding theme are you inspired by? Let us know in the comments section and we’ll create a post for it!
Having a Tuscany wedding palette can help you decide everything from bridesmaid dresses to wedding invitations colors. We like this collection of Pantone swatches, below.
There are so many Tuscan elements you can draw inspiration from when it comes to your wedding invitations. From lace tablecloths and wildflowers to farmhouses or even the textured walls of old Italian estates, look for a wedding invitation set that evokes the feeling of the countryside and old-timey Europe.
Flowers in your hair. Long veils. Off-the-shoulder wedding dresses…If you want a Tuscany wedding theme go for a majorly romantic look.
Blues, beige, coral, yellows, and greys work beautifully for your bridesmaids, too.
Make your ceremony space homey with lots of foliage and a rug that you can use as an heirloom piece.
When it comes to your wedding tables and layout, think long family-style tables, wine barrels instead of traditional cocktail tables, and lots and lots of candles.
Grape bunches and a wine rack both make for a great escort card holder.