An ethereal boudoir session in a sixteenth century Italian villa? Seriously, is this real? Lucky for us it is and Greg Finck’s pics show in all their beyond beautiful glory that Italy is the place to be for such effortless beauty. Villa Buonaccorsi was the perfect backdrop for Honey and Cinnamon Italian Wedding Planners’ shoot, complete with a gown that makes me go gaga. See all this gorgeous goodness right here!
From Greg Finck Photography… The Marche Region in Italy is unknown to many. It is however breathtakingly beautiful thanks to a very rich artistic, cultural and culinary heritage. The region is full of amazing landscapes with vineyard-covered hills plunging into the sea, and wonderful venues such as Villa Buonaccorsi. This majestic venue located on the hills was the perfect backdrop to this shoot.
Designer Honeymoon and Cinnamon Italian Wedding Planner imagined this boudoir shoot, inspired by the architectural style of the venue, dating back from 1500. The interior design of the venue is indeed full of walls in neutral colors and empty rooms echoing of ancient splendors with frescoed ceilings and huge windows facing the interior patio.
We opted for a neutral color palette to highlight the effortless beauty of our bride. Floral design was perfectly nailed by Italian floral designer Isa Events and our bride evolved in a beautiful and fluid Cortana gown. The olive tree hair accessory, designed by The Wild Rose reminded of the Roman ancient Italian empire, and still echoes the ancient gloriousness of this Villa and region.
Photography: Greg Finck Photography | Event Design: Honey And Cinnamon Italian Wedding Planner | Floral Design: Isa Events | Wedding Dress: Cortana | Wedding Shoes: Mascia Mandolesi | Hair And Makeup: Manola Spaziani | Venue: Villa Buonaccorsi | Hair Accessories: The Wild Rose