Romantic Navy Italian Inspired Wedding
October 28, 2014
RusticOutdoor WeddingsSummer Weddings
I'll be completely redoing my personal wedding Pinterest board after swooning this shoot overflowing with navy and gold goodness. Florals by Kate Foley Designs and the cake by Sugar Bee Sweets match that idea of simplistic beauty, and you can escape to Italia with all the gorgeous images by Ashley Bosnick and Tracy Enoch in the full gallery here.
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From Ashley Bosnick Photography...When dreaming up our Organic & Navy Italian shoot, our inspiration really came from the idea that while you may not be in the hills of Tuscany, you can still have your wedding feel as though you are there. The romance, warmth, and simplistic beauty of the Italian countryside is what inspired us to create soft, airy concept shoot with a hint of modern elegance.

Teaming up to make this vision come alive, Tracy Enoch Photography & Ashley Bosnick Photography wanted to ensure that this Itialian inspiration had unique twist. In addition to the creams, yellows and greens found in Italian weddings, we wanted make one of the focus' be on including Navy in the color palette to give a more fresh and modern touch. With the mixture of more classic colors, and the soft overflowing and organic florals by Kate Foley.

The attire of the bride + groom was extremely important. We wanted the groom to have a classic look, but still look sharp in a form fitted navy suit. The bride's gorgeous BHLDN Sian Gown had the perfect feel - it was romantic and flowy, with beautiful floral applique on this Tulle and Silk Charmeuse dress. Another important element was keeping the brides accessories simple and understated so it would not compete her dress. As such, her ornate gold pearl crown was the perfect touch to complete her Italian bridal look.

The wedding location could not have been more perfect. Aristide Event Venue, located outside if Dallas, Texas, was inspired and built after a Italian Church. It had the perfect feel with the neutral stone work, gravel paths, and large wooden church doors. To keep that overall feel going, we wanted the tablescape to have an effortless feel, but with classic elements including gold flatware, amber & blue depression glass, navy velvet chairs, a farm house table, and lots of greenery and white floral to set the tone.