When it comes to wedding invites, there are so many Tuscan themes to draw inspiration from. Look for a wedding invitation set that conveys the mood of the countryside and old-timey Europe, from lace tablecloths and wildflowers to farmhouses or even the textured walls of old Italian estates.
Our free templates are perfect enough to be used on your wedding day! You can easily customize with your party details and special wordings.
If you’re wondering on how to download this template collection and what you should do next, please read and follow these following guides:
- Choose your template design
- Move your mouse pointer and Left-Click the template
- Wait for a while, a new page will be appeared
- Right-click the template and choose “save image as” to save it
- Locate where the file will be saved in your device and Enter
If the download process has finished, Open the file with either Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop. Then insert your text or party information. Print the final draft on cardstock or any printing paper.
Tuscany Wedding Ideas
Most of us (at least I did!) fantasize about being married in Tuscany. However, the cost of making that a reality can cause you to wake up very early.
The style details that will help to change the venue and create a great atmosphere for guests to enjoy are one of the most significant factors in arranging any wedding.
You’ve come to the correct place if you’re looking for some Tuscany wedding styling ideas. Keep reading for some of our favorite styling ideas to help you bring your Italian party to life, from color palettes to flowers and decor.
Tuscany is exceedingly beautiful and hospitable in and of itself, so you won’t need much in the way of decor; simply take use of and highlight the venue’s charm. Choose an olive grove for your wedding ceremony, a flower or greenery wedding arch, or no arch at all – who needs one when there are so many beautiful Italian gardens nearby?
Depending on your wedding style, your wedding tablescape might be more elegant or more informal and comfortable. Greenery, such as foliage and olive leaves, lemons and peppers, tomatoes in bowls, and even spaghetti, should be used to decorate the tables.
Blooms and foliage are too typical, but if you want a highly sophisticated wedding reception venue, you can go this route as well. Don’t forget to illuminate the spaces with plenty of candles and perhaps sophisticated chandeliers over the reception.
Our recommendation is to consider the type of ambience you want to create, as well as your location and personal taste. What do you want the overall appearance and feel of your wedding to be?
For a relaxing farmhouse wedding, for example, a rustic, earthy appearance might be ideal. Combine long wood tables with wooden chairs, wine barrels, and terracotta pots to produce this aesthetic.
Mix metal and wood decor for a sleek modern industrial effect. Soft linen tablecloths, white dining chairs, and decorative dinnerware such as gold silverware and crystal glassware can be used for a more sophisticated and romantic look. This style is ideal for a wedding in a private villa, a garden, or a medieval castle.
Wedding Food Ideas
To be honest, I can’t think of a more wonderful, fantastic, or mouth-watering dish in the world than Italian cuisine. Allow your visitors to partake in all of the great local appetizers, dishes, fruits and vegetables, meat and cheese, and olive oil as favors.
Make great wedding food bars and stations, such as an olive and olive oil sampling bar, a cheese and grapes tasting bar, a little pizza bar, and a fantastic grazing table with various meats, cheeses, nuts, and berries.
Make a millefoglie wedding cake or a lovely cheese wheel wedding cake with grapes and adorable Italian wine. A gelato bar is also a good idea, especially if the day is hot and the guests need to cool off. Enjoy!