Alessandra and Jason's decision to marry in Tuscany was simple: "I've always loved Italian culture and history," says the bride, "so when Jason proposed, I immediately thought of a dinner party overlooking Florence at sunset." To make their dream day a reality, the couple worked with local planner Luciana Morgera, who suggested Villa Gamberaia, a 17th-century property near Florence, as their site. Known for its Renaissance gardens and view of the Arno Valley, the property, nestled into the Tuscan hillside, proved the perfect backdrop for Alessandra and Jason's wedding.

Alessandra and Jason in Tuscany, Italy

Neutral hues complement the lush gardens of this Renaissance estate

Alessandra and Jason's decision to marry in Tuscany was simple: "I've always loved Italian culture and history," says the bride, "so when Jason proposed, I immediately thought of a dinner party overlooking Florence at sunset." To make their dream day a reality, the couple worked with local planner Luciana Morgera, who suggested Villa Gamberaia, a 17th-century property near Florence, as their site. Known for its Renaissance gardens and view of the Arno Valley, the property, nestled into the Tuscan hillside, proved the perfect backdrop for Alessandra and Jason's wedding.

"The majestic gardens at Villa Gamberaia gave the property a very theatrical look," says the bride. Here, she wears her grandmother’s vintage silver cuff bracelet to complement her look.

Location: Tuscany, Italy