Breathtaking Blue and White Wedding On The Amalfi Coast
This wedding inspiration has us yearning for a trip for two to the Amalfi Coast. These stunning views and a soft color palette are the perfect combinations for enchantment! Crushing on the bride's chic style with her bridal hair and accessories, totally dreamy. Meanwhile, the Groom is serving major GQ vibes. Phewf, this is one for the books!
Keep scrolling to see more photos by Daniele Pierangeli. Moments Lab planned every detail of this wedding inspiration and Sartoria Floreale created all of these incredible florals you'll see throughout. Daniele Pierangeli was there to film as this inspiration came to life at NH Grand Hotel Convento Di Amalfi. All the images are in the full gallery, so be sure to click through and read on to hear more from Moments Lab.
Start dreaming about the wonderful Italian landscape, two sweet lovebirds, a historical monastery, and fresh, new, and modern settings. "La Dolce Vita: The New Era" arises from the combination of all this.
The concept is based on the fusion between the classic and the modern, between tradition and innovation, with the aim of creating something new, fresh, unusual, and original while still linked to the eternal “Bel Paese” traditions.
This heart-warming story between two young lovers takes place on the Amalfi Coast, a place where every dream can come true. Mixing up the city atmosphere with a breathtaking view from the NH Grand Hotel Convento Di Amalfi. The venue is an ancient monastery, now a luxury hotel, suspended between the azure of the sky and the blue of the mediterranean sea. Everything in this project is linked to one strong keyword: romanticism.
Ambiance is key
Inspired by soft hues, we went for an ambient color palette of dusty blue, rose, peach, ivory, and a touch of modern gold.
We wanted to capture the idea of pastel colors in a polished way with tonal blocks in the florals, tablescape, and paper suite.
The floral decorations chosen for this project are definitely breaking the rules of tradition in order to propose some new, original, and alternate solutions.
In every scenario, the aerial florals do look suspended as if they were born directly from the sky, touching the floor in order to take the form of a visual effect of great charm. The creator of those beautiful floral settings is Romina, owner of Sartoria Floreale, with her team made of Michele Del Rosso e Valentina Murasecco.
The ceremony is set in the 12th-century cloister, a paradise corner surrounded by white stones where you can breathe the fresh air of the seaside with the astonishing view of the famous Amalfi Coast.
Florals, Wardrobe, and Decor
A corner of the cloister was decorated with a breathtaking floral archway made by anthuriums, hydrangeas, Achillea flowers, carnations, quicksand, and English roses, lisianthuses, and wax flowers, in a perfect pastel palette. The bouquet is romantic and irregular, the stems are left in sight and tied with pastel silk ribbons in different shades.
These lightweight and precious fabrics are made by Silk & Linen. The young married couple in this special occasion wore clothes from the incredible selection of Revenge Atelier. Andrea, with his Mediterranean features, wore an elegant white suit of Thomas Pina and Angelo Toma.
Elizabeth, the romantic bride, appeared ethereal in her silk dress produced by Cortana Bridal.
She wore a pair of bright heeled shoes in platinum color signed by Penrose, and as per tradition, the bride is wearing a lingerie set with a precious lace garter finished with pearls from Megan Therese Couture collection.
The bride’s look has been made extraordinary by the hand of Giorgia Bertoldi, who decided to emphasize her icy-eyes with tones of bronze and warm tones of brown. Completing the makeup, a touch of light pinkish lipstick as well. Her hair has been tied in a soft and sophisticated embellished chignon with a very original headband made with golden threads, white pearls, and ribbons.
The wedding ring, is a piece of a private vintage collection and is made of white gold and precious sapphire, kept in a lovely small velvet box by The Mrs Box. The wedding ring chosen by the groom is from the LOVE collection of the Cartier brand.
The reception was set up in a breathtaking corner of the venue, along a panoramic promenade covered by an incredible natural roof of bougainvillea and overlooking the sea. Here we find a table with modern marble plates edged in gold, cutlery with a thin and elegant silhouette, crystal goblets with a golden finish and linen napkins that make you think of the blue color of the sea itself.
The modern metal chairs in gold complete the dinner table setting. All the details are matching each other like the marble and gold table-number made by the mise en pace same materials.
All the elements adorning the table have been provided by Latini Design and Preludio.
All the paper elements that we find in this project have been designed and realized by the extraordinary girls of Miss Print - Officina Grafica. Particular attention was given to the wedding invitations, embellished with two watercolor drawings representing the landscape of the Amalfi coast and the wedding venue.
These small masterpieces have been designed specifically for us by Watercolor Italy. The wedding stationary, from the menu to the place cards, is produced in Amalfi paper to enhance the traditions of the Amalfi coast and completed with the extraordinary silk ribbons made by Silk and Linen.
In order to have all the details related to each other, the fairytale cake recalls the finishing of the Amalfi paper used for the stationary.
White, ivory, and dusty blue colors are a masterpiece of Rose cakes. Concepts, design, and planning are the careful result of the creativity of Giulia Zambon, owner of Moments Lab, who decided to turn her dream into a concrete project. Every detail of this project was born from the passion, dedication, and madness of all the professionals and friends who took part in it. Great things are not made by one heart, but by many hearts beating together.
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