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Styled Shoot :: Conti Di San Bonifacio Tuscany Wedding Photographer, Italy Destination Wedding Photography

Part of the Figtree team is going GLOBAL. We are so excited to announce that #teamfigtree will be travelling and shooting weddings in Europe throughout June-September 2018. If you are planning or know of someone getting married in the European Summer, please feel free to get in touch here. We would love to hear from you!

Last year we were lucky enough to photograph this stunning shoot styled by Chic Weddings in Italy at Conti Di San Bonifacio in Tuscany. View more from our international galleries here.

Styled shoot, designed + produced by: Chic Weddings in Italy
Venue + dining table props: Conti Di San Bonifacio, Tuscany
Flower design + vases: Floralia
Gowns: George Wu and Made with Love Bridal
Stationery: Cass Deller
Horse: La Pescaia Resort
Model: Serena Casellato

From Chic Weddings Italy founder Eva;
“We had styled and designed the styled shoot which occurred in the beautiful property Conti di San Bonifacio in Tuscany while Figtree Wedding Photography captured all the beautiful details. Considering that this property has acted as the background scenario of several weddings, we wanted the shooting to be more authentic and trendy, showing the beauty of this private owned property and most of all we wanted the shooting to be different and more inspiring. We took inspiration from the private owned property and imagined the story of the daughter of the owner preparing and having fun in her home, before the wedding.

We wanted to liaise a connection between the Hamptons and the Italian Maremma, using white green and brown colours adding elements which could connect both areas such as a beautiful horse and the use of the linens belonging to the noble family for the details for the table setting. We took inspirations from the surroundings in Tuscany where you can find often many sheep, using sheep skins as table covers and chair’s covers; the additional elements such as the private owned cutlery, embroidered coat of arms in linen napkins, and additional elements were used in order to give the sense of a “ noble” family celebrating the wedding of the young daughter.

We had incorporated two vintage looks for the model, one standing by the pool and enjoying her magazines and another one in vintage tennis look as she was playing in her tennis court with her husband to be.

We then added the elegant elements such as a black dress and a black horse and the bridal dress adding all the elements to the dining table which could reassemble all the colours and the general mood.”

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