Jeremy & Tiziana
3-day event for an amazing wedding at Il Borro
This young, lively and international couple asked us to plan not only a wedding, but three days of unforgettable events to celebrate a love that crossed the Ocean.
He is from Paris, she is of Sicilian origin but she was born in Panama City, they met in London and they always had a very strong bond with Italy: Tiziana and Jeremy chose Tuscany to realise their dream. Relais Il Borro was the perfect venue with its elegant and luxurious villa surrounded by manicured gardens with a whole medieval village available just for them and their guests.
To welcome relatives and friends coming from France, Italy, UK and Panama, we organized a pizza party in the characteristic square of the borgo. The day after was the wedding day. Tiziana, charming and glowing in her Le Spose di Giò gown, arrived to the church of the village on board of a Ape Calessino driven by her father. Since it was a small church, not all the 160 guests could attend the ceremony, so we installed speakers adorned so as not to alter the aesthetics of the square: no one had to miss this touching moment!
The reception was elegantly set up in the area of the villa, respecting the palette made of dusty colours such as blue, green, ivory and pale gray. The cutting of the cake was a very suggestive moment: everybody let flown LED balloons while making a wish.
The cutting cake was followed by the party! The amphitheatre was transformed for the occasion into a true Panamanian jungle with projections of tropical animals on the external walls, typical hats hanging from the ceiling and palms inside: what a jungle party! Then, at 2 am, the hora loca began. Following the South American tradition, several gadgets appeared and everyone got loose on the notes of Latin music!
After this night of pure fun, the day after the newlyweds wanted to greet their guests offering a brunch by the pool. Once again, the installation followed the tropical theme: bright and summer colors - with an elegant touch, original cocktails to quench the thirst, inflatables in the pool and Panamanian hats to shelter from the hot July sun.
It was definitely one of the funniest weddings we've planned!