This real wedding was so special for us, Kitry and Mike give us all the freedom to expire and create a natural and fresh set up. They married at a private villa in Tuscany near Montalcino, surrounded by the rolling Tuscan hills that creating the perfect backdrop. The floral arrangements took inspiration from the surrounding countryside, filled with knautia and Scabiosa, cornflowers and linen, flowers as freshly-picked in a garden, spontaneus and elegant
A Rustic and timeless frame in the hearth of Italy, among the Umbria hills. The setting of Umbria served as color inspiration, we used dusty peach, light sage, creams and taupe with rose gold and dark gray accents. Floral decor is simple, delicate and funny. The table was lined with organic floral arrangements, herbs potted in rustic terracotta pots and accented with fresh picked fruit and taper candles. This wedding was absolutely one of our favorite this year!
In the Middle of August. We collect a delicate and seasonal flowers gathering for this intimate wedding in the Tuscan hills. White and rose powder Cafe ou Lait Dahlia and Garden Roses are the main elements with pops of dark chocolate Cosmos and deep cherry Dahlias.
This wedding styled shoot is inspired by the beauty of our land and comes from an unexpected meeting with the talented American photographer Allen Tsai and the collaboration of local and international artisans.
March 21st 2016, here in Tuscany it is still cold and spring is just beginning, we used only seasonal ingredients grown in our garden such as Tulips and daffodils and local spontaneous elements like wild garlic, hellebore, hawthorn, viburnum and cornelian
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Photography: Allen Stai | Floral Design: Puscina | Wedding Dress: Jacinda Gown By Watters | Stationery: Letter Love Studio | gioielli: Shapiro Diamonds | Hair + Makeup: Andrea Hair Stylist | Venue: Monteverdi,| Film Processing: Goodman Film Lab | Telerie Toscane: Biagianti| Nastri: Honey Silks And Company | Nastri: FrouFrou Ribbon | Nastri: Silk and Willow | Scatola anello: The Mrs Box | macinapepe e bambole: Brigitte Deval | Sculture ferro battuto: Biagiotti
Un grazie speciale per la loro generosità ed entusiasmo a Allen, Brigitte, Alda Maria, Erika, Emily, Anja e Alfredo.
When you begin to create a garden, one of the first important things you need is a shelter for tools and tools, an all-time classic: Garden Shed. This tiny hand made Garden Shed is nice, chep and useful, built with raw fir and chestnut wood, the floor is concrete free made slabs but simply by resting the top on railway sleepers, all the fixtures are salvaged.
Work began in June 2013 and ended in September.