Beyond the walls of Rome, amidst meadows and flourishing vineyards, lies a hidden garden oasis for nature-inspired weddings in Italy. Dating all the way back to Julius Caesar, this wedding venue near Rome became a romantic paradise when English garden designer Dan Pearson
took over. Lush greenery, exotic flowers, tall trees, and the greenest lawns inspire poetic harmony surrounding the ruins of the medieval village and old tower. Consequently, the name Torrecchia Vecchia
is a wedding venue and historic landmark located in the valley just south of Rome.
From Watheroo with love
Caroline had dreamt of the perfect place in Italy for her wedding to Phil, her childhood friend and partner in life. She is a passionate gardener and their wedding day decor was inspired by the Roman holiday
spirit of this peaceful retreat. However, not only their wedding venue was Roman. Their Italian wedding officiant
Luca is Roman, too! Above all, Luca guided the signing of the parchment while in the background Deux Arabesque by Debussy
played softly. Everything was so fitting to create the mood for this ethereal symbolic wedding ceremony in Italy.
Lush and Luxurious
Bamboo forests, ponds and water lilies, weeping willows, and pergolas draped with wisteria are just some of the magical spaces on the venue grounds. They surround a restored granary that accommodates a handful of wedding guests.
Running water gurgles in natural streams that wind through the gardens, hydrating all living vegetation then spilling into ponds and lakes as the waters make their way down the hillside. In other words, Torrecchia Vecchia is a spiritual environment to spend lazy days with loved ones in deep conversation and joyous celebration on a wedding day in Italy.