#BelleAdrien2016 | Tuscan Destinations to Fuel Your Wanderlust
Even without a French fiancé, Tuscany, in Italy, will spark your wanderlust with Old World charm.
by Shen Mascariñas | September 14, 2016
From the fun Despedida de Soltera to the chic wedding ceremonies— the #BelleAdrien2016 celebrity wedding transported us to incredible Italy. Gorgeous couple Isabelle Daza and Adrien Semblat tied the knot in Lucignano, Tuscany.
Take a look at these beautiful #BelleAdrien2016 travel spots from Isabelle Daza’s own Instagram (@isabelledaza). We’ve included their guests’ and friends’ (like Anne Curtis and Liz Uy) equally swoon-worthy stopovers, too.
Be warned: A strong sense of wanderlust will likely follow, with or without a French fiancé.
Before starting the wedding preparations at Lucignano, the couple got their dose of R&R at Sestri Levante. Despite their giveaways being held at the Roman customs, the bride and groom seemed perfectly chill at the beach.
Pat Dy gives us a birds-eye view of Lucignano. This is where all the celebrations were held, as well as where the couple and their guests got to rest.
Lucignano is a small town perched on top of a hill with a charming medieval atmosphere.
Castelo di Gargonza
Belle Daza basically turned all little girls’ dreams of getting married in a castle into an even more beautiful reality. The couple and their guests stayed at Castelo de Gargonza—a castle that’s been transformed into a breathtaking bed and breakfast. The parties before and after the wedding were also held here.
#BelleAdrien2016 guests had their fair share of Italian exploration. Siena is one of the scenic spots they visited. Who’s up for people watching while bingeing on pizza at the Piazza del Campo?
Of course, you can’t miss Florence while already in the Tuscan region. Dubbed as the birthplace of the Renaissance—Florence wonderfully combines preserved culture and modern attractions. It’s also a haven for outlet stores, making the shopping here amazing.
Which of these Tuscan spots are you adding in your bucket list? Sound off below!