From Sandra: “Our source of inspiration was an enchanted and magical garden celebrating and capturing the beauty of a fairytale bride. A long cypress tree avenue leads the fairy bride to a wrought iron gate. Beyond the gate, a secret enchanting garden, inhabited by plants, essences and smells: birdcages, terracotta statues, fountains, topiary sculptures, rosemary bushes, olive trees, lemon pots, ducks and fishes. Time seems to have just stopped.”
Sandra continues: “The bride enters this enchanted garden wearing an ethereal pale pink voile dress. Captured by the perfumes of flowers and lemons, she starts her fairytale dream, wrapped in the sunny light. In the lake garden, at the edge of the pergola pathway, an hidden Grotto hosts an intimate and romantic stone and wrought iron table for two offering Tuscan flavors and natural tastes – pomegranate and wine, raspberry and plum, rosemary and bread – characterized by vibrant colors – burgundy, gold, marsala, ruby, plum, green, wine, and enriched by precious furniture: a Florentine tray, gold terracotta pots, Versace porcelains and a silverware stand. The fairytale wedding the bride has always dreamt of has turned into reality: the beautiful bride is ready to see her groom and live happily ever after.”
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Photography: WarmPhoto // Styling: gettingmarriedinitaly®// Make up and Hair: Lara Navarrini // Dress: Mariage Haute Couture // Headpiece: Muse For Me // Furniture rental: Preludio // Film Lab: Carmencita// Location: Borgo Santo Pietro