Viva L’amour Canada Styled Shoot
Italians embrace every celebration with vigor, flavor, and joy. This styled shoot in Canada was inspired by a trip to Tuscany where the landscape is resplendent and cuisine pays homage to the region’s best offerings. It brings together the beauty of a romantic scene with the mix of modern style.
An exquisite table is bedecked with a plethora of edible décor, carefully picked for its tasteful resemblance to the culinary experience one might have in Tuscany.
Loaves of fresh bread, assorted fruits, and olive oil are placed about the table and centerpiece. Not only is this natural décor delightfully delicious but it serves to show how every marriage should be abundantly blessed.
Ornate details are mixed with timely and natural items alike to create a unique style. Gorgeous charger plates, crystal stemware, mirror glass candle holders and white tapers add sophistication, while the monogrammed napkins, floral chair swags, and lace runner bring a touch of softness.
Welcomed to this gorgeous Italian-inspired celebration is a stunning bride. Her long-sleeve lace Pronovias gown is classic with a flattering fit. She accessorizes with a long veil, statement earrings, royal blue embellished shoes, and a gorgeous bouquet full of bold florals tied with satin ribbon.
The color palette of ivory, blush, peach, burgundy, and green is idyllic and completely captures the Italian ambiance.
With a gorgeous estate as her backdrop, and a furry friend by her side, this bride is a vision plucked straight from Tuscany.
As every wedding should be, this styled shoot is all about warmth, taste, and style, but most of all love. Viva l’amour - long live love!
Photographer: Milton Photography Designer: Teal Minisofer Flowers: Flower Artistry Bridal Gown: Pronovias Bridal Shop: The Bridal Boutique Hair + Makeup: Keri Gordon Linens: Celebration Creation Rentals: Special Event Rentals Cake: Kakes by Kiana Calligraphy + Stationery: Art and Alexander Model: Manuelia R of Numamodels
Featured on the cover of Trendy Bride's Winter/Spring 2016 issue.