Romance on the Italian Alps! This inspirational styled shoot is swoon-worthy, especially if you’re planning a winter destination wedding! Set at Alla Vecchia Stazione in Italy it’s full of contemporary style and chic details. Planners Elisa and Giulia wanted to share the beauty of the Italian landscape in the winter, a romantic vibe with peachy tones and an earthy undertone. We catch up with them to find out all about this winter destination wedding in the Italian Alps…
“The purpose of this inspirational shoot is to share the beauty of a winter wedding in Italy and the magical atmosphere you can get. Weddings don’t have necessarily to be spring or summer weddings, Italy is awesome any time of the year. The ceremony took place in Forte Interrotto, a barrack from the XIX century while the reception was held in a classic wooden resort with a modern twist. The location is for nature-loving couples, who are young and willing to dare and most of all to share their passions with their loved ones.”
“The style is all about mixing of different vibes: “romantic decadence” with delicate greys and whites, leafless twigs and branches and solid ceramics; “mountain mood” with wool fabrics, wooden structures and a cosy and warm feeling and then, just a sprinkle of “early spring vibe” with a touch of colour with light blue and peach flowers.”
“If you want to re-create this vibe for your own wedding day then respect the environment around you and enhance it by using flowers and materials that match it. A light and airy wedding dress is a must, match it with cosy and warm fabrics to complete the look. Keep the decor natural and spontaneous. Use small and delicately coloured flowers, mix dried with fresh ones and complete by using handmade pottery in nude shades.”
“Our bride wore a long-sleeved dress that seems to be made for a snowy day with its perfectly balanced mix of greys and white and the sparkling beads and rhinestones. She wore a simple updo, a bold eyeliner and a glossy caramel nude lipstick to complete the look”
“The style of flowers decor originated from the idea of celebrating the elegance of winter and the rebirth springs brings with it. So, for example, the light magnificence of a twig’s arch is brought to life by the explosion of small fresh and dried flowers in the tonality of light blue and peachy pink. We went for the same delicate splendour in her crown and bouquet, while we opted for single flowers or small compositions delicately set for the other locations.”
“The tall cake in two tiers is a delicate work of art, wrapped by the lightest fondant sheets in sheer white as if it was made by the same snow that was surrounding it. One dried flower was the only decoration needed to achieve that beautiful decadent vibe. We looked for the same ethereal look for stationery as well; textured paper with a deckle edge and a minimal font in a blush orange shade decorated with a wax seal in the same tone.”
The Team – Romantic Winter Destination Wedding on the Italian Alps
Photographer Alberto Gobbato @albertogobbato_weddings
Venue Alla Vecchia Stazione @alla_vecchia_stazione / Dress, shoes and accessories Agape Sposa @agapesposa / Groom suit and accessories Prandina @prandina_uomo / Wedding Planner Elisa e Giulia @elisaegiuliaweddings / Florist CreareIn @creare.in / Hair and Makeup Francesca Stefani @francescastefani_art / Cake Dazero Offelleria – @dazero_offelleria / Videographer Silvia Sartori @sartori_video / Arrangements Elena DeBoni @elenadeboniwedding / Jewellery Mosele Gioielli @moselegioielli / Stationery La Felicité @studiolafelicite
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