The GWS team may reside in California, but it’s a fact: we’ve all left our hearts in Italy! Because of that, it should come as no surprise that we’re seriously swooning over the vibe and views from today’s styled editorial, which took place at Castello Di Vicarello in Tuscany, Italy!
Designed by Amorology and planned by Nomad Republic Intl., this absolutely breathtaking shoot is the perfect inspiration for couples planning a destination wedding, or for those hoping to bring a little bit of Italy to wherever they may be! Heather of Amorology tell us about the background of their shoot location which, in turn, inspired much of the design: While in Tuscany we were inspired by the natural beauty of Castello Di Vicarello, the surrounding countryside and the clean simplicity of life among the rolling hills. The old stone castle and its olive groves were a stark contrast to the modern day, noisy metropolis, taking us back to an era found within history books, a time where man was the salt of the earth, attuned to the natural world around him.
Thanks to Mademoiselle Fiona for the gorgeous photos!
A pretty map, lucite + calligraphy invite by Lovely Paper Things got things started off in a beautiful way.
A close-up of all the lucite goodness!
Then a wardrobe change into Sarah Seven for the bride. We can get on board with that! ♥
Oak and the Owl crafted lush, natural florals for the project that worked so beautifully with the storied setting.
The tablescape was layered with gorgeous pieces from the Hostess Haven collection, and the “Salt of the Earth” theme was prominent here as well, with a pretty, himalayan rock salt-adorned plate detail.
Who else is dreaming of a romantic Italian getaway now? Big thanks to the lovely team below for sharing their work today!
photography: Mademoiselle Fiona // venue name: Castello Di Vicarello, Poggi del sasso, Tuscany, Italy // event design: Amorology // planning: Nomad Republic Intl. // florals: Oak and the Owl // wedding dress: Temperly London- Mirage // wedding dress boutique: The Dress Theory // bridesmaid dresses: Jenny Packham- Jocasta and Bride's second dress: Sarah Seven - Quincy // hair stylist: Ilaria Borgioli Make Up // makeup artist: Ilaria Borgioli Make Up // groom attire: Hugo Boss // paper goods: Lovely Paper Things // calligraphy: Lovely Paper Things // cake: Tuscan Wedding Cakes // tabletop rentals: Hostess Haven