Villa Catureglio, set in the heart of the Tuscan countryside, is the perfect place for an
intimate and romantic wedding.
The small grotto served perfectly as an altar, enriched with a simple yet refined canvas
cloth used as a backdrop and a garland to frame the iron support.
When the bride and her wedding planner spoke of flowers and their ideas on decoration
our thoughts became immediately in sync. It was easy to understand that our collection of
vases, silverware, aged candelabras, collected over the years in antique marketplaces,
could perfectly represent the theme of this event.
It was important that the flowers were arranged organically and unstructured, a style
seeming somewhat simple yet difficult to achieve: an interesting challenge that we truly
The result was a a harmony of flowers in shades of light pink, mauves and ‘rustic’ orange.
Dahlias, garden roses, astilbe, and leaves in the shades of the Tuscan countryside,
together among dozens and dozens of dark navy candles, created a harmonious garden
on the table. For the place cards, a Tuscan leather knot embellished the cutlery.
The idea of making floral wreaths that the guests could wear was a complete success and
everyone brought them to brunch the following day!
For the after-dinner we created a sitting area with antique sofas, chairs, rugs and small
tables, all in which came from our collection, that created an “at home” atmosphere, classy
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|Planning:||Katie Moore and Elyse Shumsky of Bellwether Design|