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Italian Villa Wedding Inspiration with Crystal and Glass

We love a little villa wedding. It always feels so tucked away and exclusive with a little old world vibe thrown in for good measure. The inspiration here was crystal and mirror glass, and the results are beautiful and elegant. The usage of white all through made a beautiful clean design wall – and the attire brought a black tie event to a rustic location.

“With the styled shoot to whom I gave the name “Mirror, mirror on the wall”, I wanted to create an extremely refined and elegant setting, rich in decorations. I was inspired by design, dominated by clean lines, games of transparency and reflections.

The crystal and the mirror are the main elements, precious but very minimal materials that I wanted to make unique and less severe through a real explosion of fresh and fluffy flowers.

The shooting began in an enchanted corner of Villa Scorzi, in front of the seventeenth-century cave in rocaille style from which emerged a sumptuous fountain: crystal cylinders were the support to lush floral decorations that recalled white vaporous clouds.

In the lush Italian garden of the historic Villa, located at the foot of a hill in the Tuscan countryside, the set-up was designed in front of the facade: all the elements, whose image was reflected on the mirror surface, tended towards the blue sky, typical of a pleasant summer afternoon: the chandeliers with a soft wavy line and the majestic vase that collects a cascade of fragrant hydrangeas and regal orchids, were the protagonists.

The tablescape was composed of simple elements, besides the overall look gives a WOW effect: white tulips and lush native flowers gave refinement to the crystal and silver component of the table.” – AnnaB Events

EVENT DESIGN & PRODUCTION: AnnaB Events
PHOTOGRAPHER: Linda Nari Photography
VIDEOGRAPHER: Gattotigre
INVITATIONS: Calligrafica Luna
FLORALS: Lilla Florals
HAIR & MAKEUP ARTIST: Your beauty team
RENTALS: Event set + Stilnolo
VENUE: Villa Scorzi
MODELS: Alessandro Picchianti + Antonella Aris
ATELIER: Le spose di Mori
JEWELS: Gioielleria Daniele Nardi


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