This atmospheric setting is filled with wonderful wedding ideas inspired by Tuscany. Think a rich plum palette, romantic florals, and a candlelit feasting table so pretty it beckons you to take your seat.
A work of art like this invitation suite deserves its own floral halo! A plum wash, hand lettering and botanical artwork – not to mention a menu which hints at the feast to come – is a beautiful nod to old world charm.
This elegant gown features a beaded bodice with deep v-neck and delicate cap sleeve. A low chignon, intricate floral hairpiece and berry-toned lip are the perfect pairing for the dramatic setting.
No wedding day look is complete without a beautiful bouquet, which has its own magnificent moment! Vibrant apricot roses pop against a lush arrangement of purple and white blooms, with pretty silk ribbons to catch the breeze.
Emma Sinclair, from Coco & Confetti Weddings & Events shares, “We transported ourselves to Italy – metaphorically! – to bring this look to life. We dyed our own napkins and table runner, played with some of our favourite props, created some epic floral arrangements, and brought it all together through the detailing.” Stacked plates, crystal glassware, illustrated stationery, colour matched candles and generous proportions of flowers help achieve this rich look. Add some gorgeous chair decor for the bride and groom, infused oil favours for guests and a bountiful display of gourmet produce for a wow factor finish.
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Location: Queensland | Photography: Just For Love Photography | Film: Fable House Films | Styling, Props & Flowers: Coco & Confetti | Cutlery: Gold Wedding Hire | Calligraphy & Stationery: Lindqvist Ink | Silk Ribbon: Songbird Silk | Gown: Jennifer Gifford Designs | Hair & Makeup: The Beauty Lineup | Model: Melody Samuels