The inspiration shoot in Tuscany we are sharing today is so beautiful! Inspired by the Tuscan beauty, this gorgeous shoot will mesmerize you: from the stunning Pronovias wedding dress to the gorgeous arrangements everything is dreamy!
Sandy and Odysseas Photography shared with us: “Inspired by the honey-colored stone farmhouses, dense forests, crisscrossing vineyards hugging contrasting contour lines and the transitioning tones of Tuscan spring, we worked together with the exceptional Bianco weddings to pick and incorporate their imposing lines into the shoot. From the palette of pinks, delicate caramels and translucent whites to the floral arrangements and the captivating dress by Pronovias everything came together to pay tribute to the Florentine and Sienese timeless Renaissance aesthetics.”
“This shoot is a tribute to Tuscan Sun, tribute to the nature and flowers. it is a creation of a unique relation between a couple, an environment and colors. It is bright and soft at the same time. The shoot was inspired by the endless Italian fields in bloom, by the bright sun that kisses the Tuscan’s ground every single day. It is a tribute to the joy and happiness. A tribute to love.”, Darya Kamalova told us.
From Bianco Weddings: “Our concept for this photo shoot was to show a different side of Tuscany as very bright, colorful, energy-filled place. We wanted to create a shoot that speaks to the story of a couple’s love and at the same time, we wanted to tell a story of Tuscany, where every color has its own meaning and significance. Yellow is featured in the rolling golden wheat fields of summer and also represents the warm Tuscan sun rising up over the hills, vineyards and olive groves all year long. Look at sky at sunset or mists in the morning and you’ll see all shades of pastel pink! Purple shades are here in the beginning of autumn, and dark purple is the color of the olives that are gathered at the end of the season. And of course green. Green is the evergreen color of olive and cypress trees, as well as rosemary and sage, which you can find together in any plate of the local cuisine. Try to describe Tuscany without using a single color reference and we bet you won’t be able to do so!”