If I were to sum up this Italy wedding in one word it would be COLOR.
The Italian bride Marta and her Spanish groom Antonio got married in an abby near Trino, Vercelli, a former Cisterian foundation from the 12th century. Bright hues, especially orange, yellow and pink were used everywhere, from the wedding stationery designed by bride and groom to the floral and table décor.
Wedding planners Daniela and Paola Cernigliaro of centorose e un tulipano said they thoroughly enjoyed the creative process of styling this wedding. And I have to say the outcome is stunning!
How cute are these cat flats? I can’t decide if I like these better or the custom yellow Manolo Blahniks Marta wore for her second outfit (last picture, make sure to scroll down!).
Centorose e u tulipano designed a ceremony arch made of giant paper flowers and turquoise-painted tubes.
Colorful fans, Spanish combs (mantillas) and espadrilles were offered to all guests, as props for the photobooth and later on for comfortable dancing.
A pack of rice combined with a Spanish spices and recipes, especially designed by bride and groom, were given as wedding favors.
The table decorations were color-blocked as well. Centerpieces were mixed wildflowers in different glass jars and bottles wrapped in pink, yellow and orange cotton threads. “A real hard and long work, but so worth the effect!” says Paola from centorose e u tulipano.
Wedding Design & coordination & floral design: Daniela and Paola of Centorose e u tulipano // Photography: Daniele Del Castillo // Venue: Principato di Lucedio in Trino, Vercelli // Stationery: Marta Montecucco // Reception Music: Full of Gas Scooter Team // Bride’s Dress: Davidelfin // Bride’s shoes: Charlotte Olympia (flats), Manolo Blanhik (custom made for the bride), Stella McCartney (espadrillas) // Make up: Silvana Belli (W M Management) // Hair: Davide Diodovich and Franco Chessa (W M Management) // Groom’s attire: Giorgio Armani // Groom’s shoes and socks: Paul Smith