This modern wedding tablescape was inspired by the beauty of the wild nature and jungle combined with a formal ambiance of the Italian gardens.
Anyone who has been to Tuscany will have noticed that none of the gardens of the luxury villas scattered throughout the territory would be complete without big terracotta pots containing lemon trees, big and small. To survive harsh European winters, the precious potted little trees are moved to a dedicated orangery or limonaia between December and April. The limonaia is often an annex of the villa overlooking the garden. Characteristic large glass panels protect the citrus trees from the cold while allowing them enough daylight.
The stylish ambiance of the limonaia at Vignamaggio estate inspired us to create this lush wedding set up. We also added a touch of exotic plants that conveyed nature and the wild of the jungle.
Jungle-style Editorial Wedding shoot at Vignamaggio
The shoot is in green and white color palette, filled with light and precious details. We decorated the place with olive branches in abundance, combined with gorgeous chandeliers, and tropical plants. The white giant flowers, green sofa, and lights at the backdrop created a sophisticated corner.
The table was adorned with white table linen, white china dinnerware, tall candles, and chic golden details (candle holders, cutlery, underplates). White and golden chairs completed the overall look, while elegant stationery added the final touch to the wedding tablescape.
The villa entrance was decorated with cascading greenery and delicate white blooms.
Check out the whole gallery to see all the details of this jungle-style editorial wedding shoot at Vignamaggio!
Planning: Moretti Events
Photography: Olga Makarova
Video: Simona Tortolano Visual Studio
Lighting: Wedding Music and Lights
Wedding dress and suit: Le Spose di Mori for Berta Bridal and Carlo Pignatelli
Bow tie: Mani del Sud
Jewels: Ginevra Gemmi Gioielli
Stationery: Laura Mazzetti
Giant flowers: Gaia Pietrella
Make up and Hair Style: Silvia Gerzeli
Make up assistant: Carolina Tognini
Floral Design and Style by Biancospino Flowers | Florist in Florence