There is something in the pictures of this wedding that makes it impossible to forget.
Maybe it was the villa that in itself stood elegantly, or the splendid green of the park, or perhaps the vibrant
colours of the flowers and precious porcelain that decorated the tables. Every aspect together makes
my heart flutter.
When I first met Martina, her freshness and light figure had me feeling very impressed and while
admiring her splendid bridal gown I thought that it was absolutely perfect for her: a delicate silk
chiffon in a blush colour that suited her perfectly.
The bridal bouquet had to be exactly like her, light, precious and fresh! What better than the
fragrant and pure lathyrus for a taste of the past? Without the veil, a gentil crown made from
delicate hyacinth buds encircled the bride’s hair.
The church, simple and luminous seemed ever more precious thanks to the splendid panel of roses
and hydrangeas that framed the altar and the elegant delphinium that surrounded the aisle.
The reception, held in the villa’s ancient park, could only follow the same pattern: freshness and
Fine china in diverse colours were emphasised by the colours of dazzling peonies, roses and light
touches of green that were woven in-between the vases. Together it evoked the grandeur of splendid
tables of historical Italian families and their princely parties.
The colours of the flowers, different for each table, had created a perfect combination along with
the multicoloured china used for the tableware.
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