Part of my job as a wedding planner is knowing the San Antonio wedding market very well. I met with the brand new venue, Tuscany venue and met with the owner, Andres. He explained to me that the estate is well over a century old, and they’ve been doing renovations to transform you away from San Antonio and to a Tuscan hillside venue to create the perfect backdrop to your event.
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The picturesque stone walls really set the tone for an Italian-Rustic romance novel. I’m left wondering, “Who owned this beautiful estate? What did they do?” as I walk around and marvel at every historic touch. Andres pointed out the many renovations that were taking place on that day and in the future.
As I imagined the renovations as explained, it gave off The Veranda vibes. Very other-worldly. I told him I was a huge fan of the fountain, which he proudly stated it was brought in by him. He graciously let me take photos with my iPhone, but you can’t really see what they have done at Tuscany Wedding Venue until you are there.
It is no secret, 2021 will all be about outdoor events. As we move to a live beyond Covid, people are going to feel better and more relaxed about the virus if they are outdoors. Bonus: Tuscany Wedding venue can fit 500 people outdoors, this means if federal and state mandates that we must operate at 50 percent capacity, a wedding of under 250 guests could comfortably commence.
Rest assured, you can feel safe having your family and friends at his lovely estate.
If you missed the open house last January 27th, 2021 - schedule a tour with Andres the owner. He will graciously welcome anyone who wants to see the grounds.
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