Federica and Marco’s wedding is a clear example of how a location can well be absorbed with the setting and sometimes suggests it. Our spouses chose for the party of their wedding a beautiful seventeenth-century villa just outside Turin.
We were inspired by the magnificent original frescoes, by the stuccoes and decorations, the geometry and architecture of the ceilings and the beautiful gardens to create together with the couple a design that could add value and complete the beauty of the contest. We chose together a unique range of original colours : red, pink, gold, milky white and mint which are blended in the peonies and in the details of the stationary (menu, tableau de marriage) and in the decorations.
Flowers are always a faithful partner for the setting of a wedding. Their perfumes, colours and strength help create an enchanting atmosphere. In this case the big peonies with bright colours that may seem painted, helped to recall the shades of the frescoes and their brightness emphasized the light of the big halls and even the magnificence of the wedding cake gained luminosity.
A special mention to this setting goes to the spectacular imperial table, long 40 metres that welcomed amazed guests. Definitely an extremely elegant choice that helped us play with the white and the transparencies of the chairs. The dressing of the table recalled the sophistications of the location and the touch of colour of the centrepieces with a harmonious succession of heights, gave a strong visual impact.
One of the most exciting challenges of our job, is being able to create a dialogue between locations and settings, sophisticated details in cosy atmospheres respecting the dreams and personality of the couple to wed.