Tuscany Inspired This Green-and-Beige Wedding at Savoia Castle in Prague, Czech Republic
Since the pandemic made a destination wedding in Tuscany an impossibility for Daniela and Milan, the couple decided to bring an Italian vibe home to Prague for their wedding. To celebrate their marriage, the couple hosted a romantic Tuscan-inspired green-and-beige wedding at Savoia Castle in Prague, Czech Republic. To start the day, the couple exchanged vows in from of a pampas grass wedding arch while guests were seated in the round, creating an intimate environment. Following the ceremony in the round, guests enjoyed a luxurious reception that included a relaxed, picnic-like lounge area that served as the dessert display, a prosecco van and a myriad of Italian delicacies during dinner a table clad in gold and green. "We love Italy. We engaged there and it was our first vacation," explains Daniela of how the couple settled on their Italian theme for the wedding day. "Castle Savoia near Prague has Italian owners which we loved. The colors we chose were green, white and gold with straw pampas everywhere. It was magical."
Not only was Daniela and Milan's wedding visually stunning, but the duo also packed their nuptials with heartfelt, meaningful details as well. "Actually, our wedding was more of a ritual than a regular wedding ceremony," recalls Daniela. "We had a ceremony that was very different from what's usually practiced in our country. During the ceremony, our family and friends were involved in the entire process. We sang a song together and they blessed our marriage in several heartfelt speeches." Daniela goes on to explain that even the decision to seat guests in a circle was a meaningful one. "The ceremony was different because of fact that we wanted our people to sit in a circle. It was a great feeling. They were part of the ceremony and not just the audience." Looking back Daniela notes that her favorite part of the entire day was in fact "our ceremony and our vows. It was like dream come true and we were so happy that our love could be legalized while surrounded by all our people."