Camille Co and Joni Koro had a relaxed and intimate garden wedding in Siena, Italy yesterday, six months after their quiet civil wedding. The ceremony saw a lot of beautiful moments and details, and here are our favorites:
The couple threw a welcome dinner for their guests before the big day.
They sent their friends stylish invitations in deep red and beige.
Their witty hashtag #CoKoro plays with the Japanese word kokoro, which means heart. Incidentally (or purposefully), Joni proposed in Japan in September last year.
The pair exchanged vows at Villa Catignano, a 17th century accommodation.
The villa’s website describes the space as “a truly ideal Tuscan destination.”
Camille walked down the aisle in a simple and sleek Lela Rose gown.
Kryz Uy was such a hands-on bridesmaid.
It rained! The blogger wrote on her Instagram stories, “It stopped raining when our processional started and then again the moment we finished the ceremony. It was literally as if the heavens just wanted to bless us.”
The garden wedding was mostly decorated with pampas grass, not flowers. It’s a tall feather-shaped plant native to South America.
The reception was moved indoors due to the rain, and that’s okay! The setup looked super cozy.
Here's the original outdoor set: