Eden & Paul


In the enchanted heart of Tuscany, where the hills whisper love stories to the sky, Villa Gamberaia welcomed Eden and Paul’s wedding, an event that pulled everyone into a whirlwind of emotion and beauty. This celebration, more than just an event, was a true symphony of feelings, a journey through ancient traditions and moments of pure joy.

Jewish Ceremony Between Tradition and Elegance

Under a sky painted orange and pink by the Florentine sunset, Eden and Paul joined in a traditional Jewish ceremony, a mosaic of ancient traditions and modern elegance. Every detail, from the kippah delicately placed on the men’s heads to the hora dance, was a golden thread woven into the fabric of their love. The words spoken at the dinner touched the souls of all the guests, creating an atmosphere of intimacy and warmth. Emotionally charged speeches made tears of joy and laughter of happiness flow, uniting the guests in an unbreakable bond.

A Second Day of Celebration and Cheerfulness

The following day, the villa was transformed into a paradise of merriment. The brunch and pool party kicked off a day of uninterrupted celebration, freeing everyone from all formalities. Guests danced and laughed, celebrating Eden and Paul’s love in an atmosphere of carefreeness and freedom. The couple, at the center of this whirlwind of happiness, shared unforgettable moments with their loved ones, living each moment with overwhelming passion and energy. Every aspect of the wedding, from the floral arrangements to the details attended to by the vendors, reflected Eden and Paul’s sunny and modern personalities. The villa, with its gardens and halls, was a perfect stage for this ode to love, a place where every detail spoke of elegance, beauty, and deep feelings. In this wedding, Eden and Paul did not just celebrate their union; they created a living work of art, a memory that will remain etched in the hearts of all who had the privilege of being a part of it.

Villa Gamberaia: wedding location in Tuscany

Villa Gamberaia, an architectural jewel located on the Settignano hillside with breathtaking views of Florence and the Arno Valley, is a perfect example of the art of creating big impact on a small scale. Built in the early 1600s by the Florentine gentleman-merchant Zanobi Lapi, the villa is famous for the unique design of its gardens, originally laid out by Lapi and his nephews in the first half of the 17th century and preserved to this day with only a few major modifications. The villa is an outstanding example of Tuscan architecture, with a history dating back to the late 14th century. Its construction and subsequent embellishments reflect the influence of architects and artists of the caliber of Bartolomeo Ammannati, Bernardo Buontalenti, Giovanni Battista Caccini, and Giulio Parigi. The gardens, with their complex hydraulic system that still functions today, are a masterpiece of engineering and landscape design. In Eden and Paul’s marriage, Villa Gamberaia was not just a location, but a character in its own right. With its Italianate gardens, scenic terraces, and frescoed halls, the villa provided a dreamlike setting for their special day. Every corner of the villa, from the geometric gardens to the water parterre, helped create a magical and timeless atmosphere, making their wedding an unforgettable event.