An Italian vineyard summer wedding

 
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A summer wedding in Italy in the hills of Verona; this was the amazing location for Hannah and Luke’s wedding.

Ph Sergio Sarnicola

Ph Sergio Sarnicola

I had the pleasure  of organizing all the floral decorations for this lovely couple’s special day. I first got in touch with them by e-mail and then we had a lovely chat (via Skype) about their wedding plans.

Hannah and Luke chose  a very delicate palette in tones of white, green and a touch of light pink for all the floral decorations. The style was very natural and romantic, perfect for the location.

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The flowers which I proposed were: white and light pink roses, white, green and pink eustoma, white hydrangea and baby’s breath. For the greenery  I went for olive, buxus and ivy, all local and seasonal.

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

The romantic and natural floral arch for the civil ceremony looked amazing set in a small green garden overlooking a wood. The atmosphere was very relaxed and joyful and the bride and groom looked radiant as they walked down the flower filled aisle.

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

The 5 bridesmaids all dressed in pearl grey looked amazing with their white, green and light pink bouquets.

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

For her bridal bouquet, Hannah chose a very natural style in white and green. It was the perfect match to her ivory wedding gown. She looked  stunning.

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

After the ceremony there was an aperitif and dinner  set on a terrace overlooking the vineyards. As the sun was setting, the long imperial table with its delicate floral arrangements running down the centre and flickering  candles, set the scene.

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

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Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

Ph @Sergio Sarnicola

 

A medieval castle shoot

 
Photo @ Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @ Valentina Fraccaroli

 
 

At the end of winter, just before the approach of spring I was invited to do a shoo in a medieval castle.

When I received the moodboard about this shoot I started by choosing the  colour.

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Burgundy was my immediate choice for its elegance, timeless style and versatility. This shade always gives a deep and dramatic note to each creation.

Starting with the bridal bouquet, I paired  the burgundy to different shades of pink in order to highlight the romantic style of the bridal gown.

Photo @ Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @ Valentina Fraccaroli

I wanted to create a luxurious and opulent bouquet where  different textures, petal shapes and flowers would add an ethereal and flowing style.

Photo @ Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @ Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @ Valetina Fraccaroli

Photo @ Valetina Fraccaroli

For the table decoration I picked flowers with amazing tones of burgundy: ranunculus, spellbinding anemones and dramatic tulips. To give a sparkling light I added  some peach tone flowers. Antique candleholders and small vases with candles added  a magical touch to the whole evening.

Photo @ Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @ Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @ Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @ Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @ Valentina Fraccaroli

Photo @ Valentina Fraccaroli

Many thanks to an incredible team

Photo / Valentina Fraccaroli
Video / Forever Film di Paolo Brentegani
Drone / Andrea Bianco
Stationery / Bee in Love – Wedding Design di Elisa Tedesco
Mua & Hair / L’officina del MakeUp di Claudia Jclo Make Up
Wedding Cake / Cremerie
Dress / Marianna Michelon
Suit / Baratto Lavis
Shoes / Anniel
Rings / MIOeTUO
Venue / Ai Conti – Break, fast & slow
Patrocinio / Wedding in Arco
Bride / Caterina Brazzoli
Groom / Fabio Porta

 

the magical world of pictures meets the magical world of flowers

 
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I’ve been always attracted to stationary, paper and drawings and that’s the reason why I want to introduce you to a group of talented young girls who goes by the name of  “This is Fairground”. They saw the light 6 months ago when Rebecca, Jesna and Petra decided to turn their love for illustrations into an adventure.

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They deal with every aspect of wedding stationery,  birthday invitations and every type of special occasion, from the inspirational moodboards right down to thank you cards. All their graphic work is inspired by their passions: music, art, video, cinema and travel.

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When I first read their “about page”  I was very intrigued with how they described their work:” We adore every kind of paper. We mostly love creating wonderful tales tailor made for you, so that you can keep them as a reminder of your happiest moment… We create magic. We take you back to the fairground”.

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In their work nature, flowers and colours are essential and are perfectly matched with the way I create with flowers.

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In December we started with a Christmas card. They immediately understood what I wanted to transmit: joy, light heartedness and magic.

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In January I finally found a way to mix photos and illustrations. I talked about  this project with them and so the drawings on my wedding page became reality.

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And what about you?  Do you prefer images or illustrations? Let me know!

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