From Magnolia Rouge article:
“Tuscany is regarded as the birthplace of Italian Renaissance… and it draws people from all over the world to say “I do” in this special destination.
The shoot is set in a 17th century villa in Florence – VILLA BARDINI… one of the most romantic spots in the city, yet off the beaten path. Four hectares of woods, garden and fruit orchards around the historical villa feature a quintessential Tuscan garden, including artificial grottoes, orangery, marble statues and fountains making an utterly stunning backdrop for wedding inspiration shoot.
The photographer Kristine tells “Olivia and I both have passion for a blue colour palette and through pulling together the mood board and planning all the details muted blue and teal became leading colours organically, paired with sandstone and subtle greens”.
While getting ready our bride Ginevra is wearing an ethereal morning gown by AMORALLE. Gentle silk fabric of the boudoir gown reminds me of butterfly wings while Ginevra passes along the hallways of Villa Bardini.” Later she changes into a romantic lace wedding gown exploring ornate gardens of the villa, and then into an unconventionally blue embroidered tulle gown, both by KATYA KATYA LONDON via 6.Septembris bridal boutique.
A romantic table for two with enchanting city views from the terrace of Villa Bardini is masterfully set up by Olivia Sodi together with the ladies from Il Calicanto. Vintage style stationary by DELICATE, featuring flaked and gilded edges complete the overall mood and channel the historical artful vibes we wanted to bring through this inspiration.”
Photographer: KRISTINE GRINVALDE
Wedding planner: OLIVIA SODI WEDDINGS & EVENTS
Florals: IL CALICANTO, PIANTE E FIORI
Venue: VILLA BARDINI
Bridal gowns: KATYA KATYA LONDON
Bridal Boutique: 6.SEPTEMBRIS
Bridal shoes: LA CORTE VINTAGE
Hair & make-up: NICOLA MIRACOLI
Morning gown: AMORALLE
Jewellery: MARTINA LONCAR
Hat: KSENIA DANILOVA
Model: GINEVRA DEL CARMINE
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