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Baroque Autumn Wedding Table Setting

Autumn Wedding Table Setting

Bold colors inspired from Caravaggio for this Fall Wedding Table Setting

This concept of Autumn wedding table setting has been featured on the Destionation Weddings Blog Bajan Wed.

Autumn weddings are getting much more popular in Italy. As this season still offers enjoyable warm days (especially in the South!). So get yourself inspired with this beautiful fall centerpiece and table setting!

Italian Fine Arts found place in this wonderful tabletop

Autumn atmosphere and its warm colors are the main characters of these October days. Hence there is no better moment to show to you one of my favorite ever editorial work I did together with Amalfi Soireè. The concept of Monica, our stylist, took inspiration from the Italian Fine Arts. She had in her mind this idea of ​​a Caravaggesque Autumn and a picturesque scene, made of light and shadow, enlivened by bold and vibrant colors and enriched by simple and precious details.

I was so excited to tell this project with my photography. It was indeed for me truly inspiring, as I could literally play with light and colors. To say nothing of how much I love how film renders in this kind of situations. The end result is lovely, it’s indeed one of my favorite editorial work ever. (To tell the truth, I printed one of these photographs for my own kitchen space!) So, let’s focus on the creation of this autumn wedding table setting.

Anastasia from Kuts Flowers was able to portray this vision magnificently. Hence she looked at the 17th century still life paintings. She picked up the greenery – mint, berries, pears – for the centerpiece. This greatly elevated the design, giving a touch of uniqueness and local flavor.

Finally Karyna handcrafted some very refined place cards with a calligraphy with an elegant and dramatic look. The choice of colors is really remarkable. As the gold of the font really brings out the texture of the paper, which was handmade in the ancient paper mill in Amalfi.

CREDITS
Photography: Sergio Sorrentino
Concept and Styling: Amalfi Soirée
Florals: Kuts Flowers
Calligraphy: Amalfi Calligraphy
Film Lab: Carmencita Film Lab

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