A bride walking through fields in Tuscany during an elopement.

Rely on your Wedding Planner in Siena and Val d’Orcia to get married in Tuscany!

We have now understood that Tuscany is a trend in the world of destination weddings.
With this introductory article, we want to start talking about the most known and most beautiful areas of Tuscany: Florence, Siena a, and Val d’Orcia.
If you decided to get married in Val d’Orcia, you know you will not find a landscape like this anywhere else on Earth.

The Val d’Orcia, also declared a UNESCO World Heritage site, is where cypress trees run along the sides of white and dusty roads, along undulating hills yellowed by the sun and vineyards. Everything looks like a painting that comes to life instantly; it’s a real piece of paradise.

The colors, the hills, and its landscapes are a peculiarity even within Tuscany itself.

Madonna di Vitaleta side view
Tuscan Vesper lights

If you choose Val d’Orcia and you dream of a romantic wedding with a sunset ceremony and an outdoor reception on a warm summer evening, then a local reliable wedding planner in Siena is what you need to feel safe and secure in your event.

One of the beauties related to the Val d’Orcia is the exceptionally mild climate and hardly sultry in summer, unlike in other Italian areas.

Getting married in Val d’Orcia means immersing yourself in Tuscany’s most characteristic landscapes that blend the beauty of nature and the agricultural work harmoniously.

Your wedding’s characteristic images in Val D’Orcia will be hills full of wheat, cypresses, olive groves, and vineyards.
It is a unique panorama, and it is the right setting for your unique wedding organization.

Tuscan cypresses in a typical tuscan landscape.

What will make the difference at your wedding in the Val d’Orcia will be the breathtaking views that have been the inspiration for many Renaissance painters: small villages, castles, abbeys and, ancient churches, each with its own fascinating story to tell.

Here, time seems to still flow at a slow and calm pace.You can enjoy the eternity contained in every single moment.

The Val d’Orcia is also rich in high-quality products, such as Brunello di Montalcino, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, and Rosso d’Orcia, to mention some of the most famous wines in the world, but also the pecorino di Pienza (renowned and exquisite sheep cheese, made with the milk of the only animals grown and raised in the surrounding hills), extra virgin olive oil, saffron, mushrooms, chestnuts, truffles, wild boar and many other specialties…

Tuscan fields during sunset.

For those who are considering to select Siena as the place to celebrate their wedding, wherever you decide to celebrate it, the first step will be to choose the location for your ceremony.

This Tuscan city offers many possibilities that you will find yourself spoiled for choice; among churches with their works of art and buildings that speak of Italian history, you will have many options to plan the civil ceremony or whether you want to decide for the Catholic wedding.

In this last hypothesis, you must know that the churches to get married in Siena and its surroundings are many.
First of all, the absolute protagonist of the city is the metropolitan cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta.

It has a Romanesque-Gothic style and, the interior is made up of white and black marble. The cathedral contains works by all the most significant medieval and Renaissance artists, including Michelangelo.

In the historical center, there is instead the Church of the “Santissima Annunziata,” also overlooking Piazza del Duomo, but also the “Basilica of San Domenico,” which contains the relic of St. Catherine of Siena (patron saint of Italy along with San Francesco) or that one of San Francis, with its white and green marbles.

Siena ancient palaces.

If you are looking for churches located in particularly suggestive contexts, you can plan to get married in “Basilica dell’ Osservanza” or in that of “San Clemente“: each of them is located on the top of a hill from which you can enjoy a spectacular view of the city and the surrounding greenery.

For those who are willing to move further and look for a beautiful church where to get married in the Siena area, the choice is even wider: Asciano, Montepulciano or Pienza, for example, offer beautiful locations for your religious ceremony.

One above all, the Duomo of Pienza – or Concattedrale of Santa Maria Assunta – with its elegant facade in light stone.

Duomo di Pienza

As for the civil wedding Italian ceremony, in the town hall, it is possible to choose to exchange your vows under the frescoed ceiling of the “Sala del Concistoro” or inside the Palazzo Patrizi room. If the wedding is to be celebrated in summer, the elegant “Loggia dei Nove” is suggested.

The legally binding ceremony in Siena can also take place in spaces literally out of the ordinary as in the bastion of the Fortezza Medicea for lovers of medieval history, in the historic hall of the Municipal Library, or the Teatro dei Rinnovati.

Siena view