Book me a ticket to Italy, because this styled shoot held at a Workshop in Tuscany has convinced me of its incomparable beauty. The team drew their inspiration from the history, art, and architecture of the location with a focus on a modern bride and groom who love to travel. They created a color palette complementary to the striking setting and a collection of details exuded romantic vibes. Stella Yang Photography expertly photographed this Tuscany Wedding Inspiration for The Romantic Bride, so please excuse me while I spend the rest of my day in this GALLERY.
“For the elopement portion of the workshop, we wanted to tell the story of a career driven couple, with great style, and a passion for travel – two people that are truly relatable. We chose Villa Medicea di Lilliano, for its deeply embedded history within the Medici family, its immaculately manicured gardens, and unmistakable hospitality of the staff. From the modern yet romantic lines of her dress to the minimal yet warm layers of the invitation suite, to the lush tabletop florals on the terrace – you can almost feel the excitement of marrying your one true love beneath the warm Tuscan sun.”
Photography: Stella Yang Photography // Workshop Host: Jeremy Chou Photography // Planning & Design: Chiara Sernesi of Weddings in Tuscany // Design: Tristan Needham of Tristan Needham Design // Floral Design: Chiara Sperti Floral Events // Cake: Sugar Cups Cake Design // Bridal Gown: Alexandra Grecco // Bride’s shoes: Bella Belle Shoes // Hair & Makeup: Armilla Beauty // Jewelry: Susie Saltzman // Tuxedo: Alton Lane // Bridal Accessories: Berkiva Designs // Calligraphy: Sarah Ingram // Rentals: Guidi Lenci // Sponsors: Style me Pretty, The Find Lab, Sixteen and Grain, and Flothemes // Ribbon: The Poetry of Silk // Venue: Villa Medicea di Lilliano // Models: Martina