Lucrezia and Andrea chose to get married in Sardinia, and specifically chose to organise their wedding in Piazza in San Pantaleo, a beautiful village near the Costa Smeralda.
The ceremony in the small church of S. Antonio di Rudalza
The ceremony took place outside the Church of S. Antonio di Rudalza. Small and charming, Lucrezia chose it because it reminded her of when she was a child and came with her grandparents to hear Sunday mass.
The arrangements that decorated the little church were delightful. Overlays of ivory-coloured Sardinian carpets led the way to the altar. A delicate floral arrangement in pastel tones began from the ground and asymmetrically reached up to the small bell tower.
The unique nature of theValentino dress
This wedding impressed me with the beauty of the dresses, in particular I was bowled over by the bride’s dress by Valentino. Unique, elegant, refined, timeless, it was perfect on Lucrezia. Ivory silk and red, pink and green details perfectly matching all the details designed for this event.
“The secret is not the subject, but how you perceive and design the shapes, values, and colors”
𝑀𝑎𝑘𝑖𝑛𝑔 𝑐𝑜𝑙𝑜𝑟 𝑆𝑖𝑛𝑔 – Jeanne Dobie
The fine colour scheme behind every detail of this wedding made me think of this painting book that explains how the choice of colour palette can make the viewer imagine a painting.
Wedding at Giagoni’s in piazza
Afterwards, the bride and groom and their guests travelled to the beautiful Church Square in the Borgo di San Pantaleo where a spectacular dinner was set up at the ristorante Giagoni in the Piazza. Without a shadow of a doubt one of the best-kept and most sophisticated displays I have ever seen in this village. Tables were embellished with a mix of seasonal flowers, fruit and berries accompanied by lots of candles, crystal glasses and silver cutlery.
An enchanting setting, carefully chosen and considered by the bride, and I must say that it really struck a chord with me. Lucrezia works in the fashion industry and had very clear ideas about the colour palette and the result she wanted to achieve.
The welcome dinner
On the evening before the wedding, the bride and groom welcomed their guests with a total white “Welcome Dinner” by the sea.
Romantic and relaxing, it was a great opportunity to get together before the event and enjoy an intimate candlelit dinner by the sea. The bride enchanted everyone with a stunning mirrored dress that created fantastic reflections at sunset time.
The entire photo shoot was pure reportage, a collection of spontaneous images of an elegant and exclusive event.
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Design and Mise en Place: Tiziana Bua