|Planning||Micheline Diab Giritaly|
|Photographer||Daniele Borghello Morlotti Studio Padova|
|Location||Castello di Bracciano & Basilica dei Santi Silvestro e Martino ai Monti|
An absolute championship goal for wedding and floral design! A mirrored aisle with endless delicate white flowers was an image beyond our dreams. This, along with a focused theme on white florals, made for a truly one-of-a-kind wedding for the bride and groom.
When planning details for a ceremony, couples often envision: the types of flowers they would like to decorate the altar, what kind of chairs guests will sit on, and of course, the ceremony itself. The importance of the bride’s pathway rarely comes to mind; a focal point that is essential to the scenography.
Our idea to create this enchanting effect left everyone in awe. The mirrored aisle reflected the stunning ceiling within the church, adorned in florals and kissed in twinkling candlelight in crystal candelabras. The surprising return of Baby’s Breath, a cluster of small and elegant blooms, was used in a spectacular manner and radiated softness and romance.
This magical effect continued throughout the reception. Mirrored tabletops are the epitome of elegance and, like the ceremony, created a dazzling atmosphere, reflecting candlelight and elated guests. The soft and romantic feel of white and gold elements enhanced the natural beauty of the space. On some tables golden trees acted as centrepieces, while white roses, peonies and hydrangeas danced among them. On others, golden candelabras with florals blooming from small vases glimmered. A brilliant framework to compliment the room’s incredible floral decoration.
Nothing gives the final touch to your wedding like sparkle and shine, and nothing inspired us more than this latest wedding trend using mirror decor. Plus, who doesn’t like that little extra bonus of making sure your lipstick is perfectly set whilst dining? This magic mirror wedding was definitely the fairest of them all.