Inspired by the wonderful venue, a team of talented vendors decided to create an impressive scene that take us back in time. The magical garden of the charming villa was full of fresh flowers and trees that created a perfect background for a dreamy theme. A wooden table was set in the middle of the venue and was adorned with flower bouquets, tableware and candles in white, blue and grey hues. Feast your eyes on all this prettiness through the following photos!
From Chiara Viarisio: “The choice of a location that may be an ideal and evocative space for a photo shoot is a very exciting and crucial moment. The villa “Le Jardin Fleurì” immediately seem to us the perfect backdrop for the following images. Le Jardin Fleurì is a charming Liberty villa, dating back to the early 20th century, overlooking the main square of the historic village of Romano Canavese.”
“By walking through a magical garden, with a century-old magnolia tree, hydrangeas, and ancient varieties of flowers, the guests can access the cafe and restaurant area. This wonderful venue steeped in history allows us to take a trip back in time to the period of the early 1900’s. On the first floor, it is possible to visit an apartment completely decorated and furnished in the early 20th-century style, with original furnishings and ornaments.”
“The colour palette is centred around pastel hues, like powder blue, dusty green, light grey and cream, all of which aim at enhancing the exclusive elegance of this mesmerising location, filled with the scent of wonderful, multi-coloured flowers.”
“In the garden, we prepared a marble table with pieces chosen for their natural and delicate colours, in line with the atmosphere of the villa. The set of plates, called Blossoms and dating back to the late 19th century, was made by the British manufacturer Sampson Hancock and painted in blue and gold. We matched it with crystal stem glasses from ca. 1920 France.”
“Our floral selection included peonies, lisianthus and astilbe flowers. To make the whole even more harmonious, the details, such as the bride’s bouquet and the boutonnière, were also characterised by the same flowers and shades of colours. The dishes served by the chef were not only extremely elegant but also delicious, as was the buffet of desserts, with bite-size pastries and scrumptious mini fruit cakes.”
“The bride wore an Elena Pignata dress with a vintage flair that complemented her perfectly thanks to its wide, ethereal skirt. Silk white and silver metal embroideries on the corset and sleeves lend a 1970’s style that lend the dress an absolutely unique quality. To make the bride even more beautiful, her long, blonde hair was decorated with a circlet of ceramic petals, which are handmade and then hand-enamelled with hues reminiscent of the typical colours of hydrangeas. The groom wore a grey suit characterised by the absence of a jacket, replaced by a waistcoat. The originality of his look was enhanced by a scented boutonnière and a bow tie with a floral pattern.”
“In our attempt to create a charming and harmonic whole matching the refinement of this photo shoot, we designed the invitations, menus and all other paper details using soft colours, especially powder blue and cream.”