In this blog post I present my current top five venues for your Jewish wedding in Tuscany. As a Jewish destination wedding planner, I am privileged to have visited and worked at many truly spectacular venues. I am delighted to share some of them with you here. Kosher catering, should you require it for your Jewish wedding in Tuscany, is available for all of these venues.
Great Synagogue of Florence
I can’t write about Jewish weddings in Florence without mentioning the Great Synagogue of Florence. This historic building is perfect for a traditional Jewish wedding. Located close to the centre of Florence, it is easily accessible for your guests and then an easy coach journey to most of the Florence based venues for your wedding reception.
The Jewish community in Florence will also welcome you and your guests at Friday night and Shabbat services.
Villa di Maiano – Fiesole
Villa di Maiano boasts the most spectacular views of the City of Florence from its gardens and terraces. Located in Fiesole, a small historic town in the hills above Florence, it provides a beautiful setting for your wedding. From ceremony, through drinks reception, dinner and dancing and then after party, there are so many options to make your Jewish wedding in Italy truly unique.
You can find out more about this wonderful venue here.
Villa Oliva – Lucca
Travelling slightly further afield, I am now taking you to Villa Oliva which is located just outside the historic walled city of Lucca. This privately owned Italian villa boasts extensive grounds with different spaces for each element of your Jewish wedding in Italy. If you are looking for an exquisite setting slightly off the beaten track, this one is for you.
Read more about Villa Oliva here
Villa Medicea di Lilliano – Chianti
The historic estate Villa Medicea di Lilliani is in Chianti, 7km South of Florence and is surrounded by 360 degree views of the Tuscan countryside.
Surrounded by olive groves and vineyards, this traditional property offers bundles of authentic charm and the perfect surroundings in which to host your Jewish wedding in Italy.
For more information about this very special venue, head over to this showcase which reviews the venue in detail.
Villa Mangiacane – San Casciano
The Mangiacane estate is composed of a working winery, an 18th century country resort and a historic Palazzo. For a truly luxury wedding experience this venue to the South of Florence is surrounded by vineyard and olive groves and offers an exquisite setting and wonderful hospitality.
If you would like to see more of any of these venues, you will find several of them featured in the portfolio section of my website.
And if you would like to see more of my favourite venues, you can download my showcase of 10 Spectacular Tuscany wedding venues here
If you would like further advice or assistance planning your Jewish wedding in Italy please get in touch. You can contact me by email, by phone on + 44 020 3930 9459 or by heading over to the contact page on my website.
All of the weddings featured in this blog post were planned, designed and co-ordinated by Elegante by Michelle J.