This wonderful wedding was held in one of the most beautiful historical villa by the lake. Theme of the wedding decor "Fire walk with us" in line with the character of the couple: they are young, ambitious, rebellious and passionate, they love rock and tattoos, as well as their two sphynx cats.
The award-winning team of decorators and florists "About You Decor" was invited to create a sophisticated atmosphere. All decorations are hand-painted and hand-made productions created especially for this event.
The couple started the action with a first dance prepared in advance and performed over a stage built over the lake - with the bride changing her dress in a flash for comfort and a wow effect.
The winner of the Russian talent show hit “Voice" amazed guests with his incredible performance, with his voice flowing over fire and light shows.
The next day K&V had a photoshoot on the boat before gathering with guests for an informal dinner by the lake.
In the TOP7 of the most beautiful weddings of 2017, by "Wedding" magazine Russia.
Photography by Elena Pavlova and Misha Moon.
Beautiful Maria is a professional model and social media celebrity, no wonder she took the heart of Alex at first sight! They dreamed of a beach wedding and after a long venue selection process they decided to get marry in a gem of Sicily - the lovely city of Taormina. The location was an hotel with opulent tropical gardens, luxurious beach and impeccable service. A perfect dress by Atelier Pronovias was a compliment to Maria's and Taormina’s beauty.
It was an international family reunion: guests came from all over the world to attend a touching ceremony on the beach, accompanied by a classical trio: harp, violin and flute. The reception in the gardens and on the Great Seaview terrace was full of emotions. Everybody had a thought to share and a tear to shed, all led by a great master of ceremony. The program of the evening was packed by touching surprises prepared by guests, Bride and Groom, curated music selection, and a beautiful and unusual first dance.
The dinner menu was a festival of emotions on its own: aperitivo with perfectly matched champagne and oysters buffet, fresh and superbly cooked seafood as only Sicilians can do, and an authentic rich (and we mean rich) southern dessert buffet, all followed by disco with an open bar by the sea.
The decoration theme of this wedding was classical white with blue accents. Stationery design with a hand-painted majolica tile pattern (a local specialty) highlighted the uniqueness of the place - and of the event. Bridesmaids and groomsmen had navy blue clothes with white bouquets and boutonnieres, and centrepieces were white compositions of flowers and blue hand-made candles. We used a Sicilian lace a topper for the tablecloth and majolica inspired underplates.
Photography by Andrew Bayda.
This gorgeous wedding was held on the hills overlooking the city of Florence, in a magical historical venue whose well-known facade and chapel were decorated by Michelangelo.
Immersed in such beauty and poetry, our task in this case was to add a personal touch without covering and hiding what the Villa itself had to offer.
We chose a classical yet sophisticated, stylish decor in nude and pastel pink colors. Aika had a stylish minimalistic dress by Lanvin that was perfect for her, for the location and perfectly fitting her sunny character.
After preparations of the bride in a separate villa inside the main gardens, the ceremony took place on the top terrace, where lush gardens began. A string quartet for the ceremony, a lounge instrumental trio and an incredible live band enhanced the emotions. Famous Russian writer Alexandr Tsypkin helped to make the reception flow perfectly. The first dance (yes, choreographed and prepared by the couple in advance) had a great success, followed by a scenographic cake cutting with breathtaking musical fireworks launched from the terrace just below the reception that left everybody speechless. Disco and open bar until late followed the reception.
As per Russian tradition, they couple had a second day informal dinner. While the wedding reception was open-air, in the Italian gardens of the Villa overlooking the panorama of Florence, the second day we decided to dine under the ancient portico nearby the garden and with a magnificent views of the city and the hills.
Photography by Andrew Bayda.