It’s all about the tension between hot and cold in this Tuscan inspiration shoot, captured by Thecablookfotolab and Gattotigre – and it proves without a doubt there’s truth to the saying, “There is beauty in the tension.” The Tuscan Wedding carefully crafted cool and calming settings around the villa using bluish hues like in the incredible creation by Tuscan Wedding Cakes and then added that spark of fire with red accents, often in the arrangements by Flowers Living or through the warmth radiated by the bride and groom. A scroll through this gallery, and you’ll feel all that beautiful and irresistible tension yourself!
Many young girls dream of their wedding day since their childhood, however I don’t think you could ever dream of a wedding location this spectacular. The Tuscan Wedding had an extremely particular vision for this lovely shoot, and with help from Darya Kamalowa, an excellent photographer who lives in Milan, Italy, they accomplished their goal. We loved her vision for this shoot, and it is always a pleasure working with her.
This shoot is full of colors, creativity, and inspiration for a dream wedding in the hills of Tuscany. These photos take place at Il Borro located in the heart of Tuscany, however not far from the city of Florence. This villa has it all and will take your breath away the moment you enter. From the stationery to the food to the table setting, every little detail has a consistent color theme. The Tuscan Wedding wanted to create a unique feel, including cold and warm colors in their shoot. They used blues, grays, and greens to create a cool tone, sprinkling a pop of cherry red to create a hot tone. In all areas of this shoot you can find this exclusive color theme.
Let’s begin with the stationery created by White Flowers Calligraphy. The Tuscan Wedding wanted to keep this part simple, using white cards and envelopes with light blue text. Placing cool colors around the stationery caused the two red cherries laying on the stationery to really pop. They then brought this shoot to a bedroom filled with red, green, and blue. Small accents of red were spread around the room, while the wallpaper had small accents of blue and green. The model has beautiful bright blue eyes, helping the color theme to stay consistent. This room brought a rustic feel to the shoot.
Flowers Living did an outstanding job with all the flower displays for this shoot; we can always count on them. The Bride’s bouquet continued this color theme; red and white flowers with green leaves were tied together with a light blue and red sash. Again even in the bouquet, where you can only find a few red flowers, they continue to stand out the most. The groom matches the bride’s details as well. His boutonniere includes white flowers sprouting out of a green steam, a small red flower, all tied together with a light blue ribbon.
The scenery changes as they bring the bride and groom into a more contemporary setting. As you enter your eyes are immediately drawn to the bright blue pool located in the middle of the room. The cake, designed by Tuscan Wedding Cake, stands on a grey table in front of a dark wooden door. We are always impressed by Tuscan Wedding Cake’s designs and creativity. This cake matches the room, being all white with a gorgeous blue detail. This blue detail includes light and dark blues matching the swimming pool. The blue stones get darker in the middle of the design causing the cake to look cut into. Inside the room, you can find accents of blue and green, staying consistent. This is the first time we do not see a pop of cherry red. However the bride and groom’s romantic tension takes place of the bright red color; they create a very warm feeling that stands out in this cool, calming setting.
Photography: Thecablookfotolab | Cinematography: Gattotigre - Destination Wedding Videography | Event Planning: The Tuscan Wedding | Floral Design: Flowers Living | Wedding Dress: Pronovias | Cake: TUSCAN WEDDING CAKES | Stationery: test | Catering: Delizia Ricevimenti | Hair + Makeup: Cherie Spisso | Venue: Il Borro | Car : Andrea Banchetti