When you picture Italy, don’t you imagine age-worn buildings, inviting colors, outdoor dining with friends and whimsical wildflowers growing in the countryside? Well those are exactly the things that make up Holly and Adam’s Italian wedding day. They chose to tie the knot at Castello di San Sebastiano Po, a historic venue outside of Turin. With the help of Angela Mugnai from Italian Eye, they brought boho to Italy, complete with smoke bombs, vintage rugs and bud vase arrangements.
Rustic, boho, classic Italian-village chic that captured their personalities. An Italian wedding day wouldn’t be complete without lush florals, and White Pepper Studio did not disappoint! This aisle of arrangements looks exactly like walking through a meadow of wildflowers, add the vintage rugs and it’s boho perfection! H + A took on a lot of rad DIY projects for their big day, one of them was a mirrored seating chart.
The reception was family-style, done absolutely right and very cozy. Bud vases down the center of a long family-style table is proof that a little can go a long way. Each one of these small wildflower arrangements is petite on its own, but when grouped together, they make a stunning tablescape! The couple had such a fun combination of flowers including carnations, waxflower, celosia, snapdragon and garden spray roses.
The bride chose vibrant florals for her bouquets, so in order to complement the florals, rather than compete, she dressed her girls in the prettiest shade of pale blush. And she stunned in a head-to-toe lace gown that featured a halter neckline and a sweeping train.