It is safe to say that Federica Cosentino, known as the Nature Wedding Planner, has found our weakness… Woodland weddings! Try as we might to relinquish the hold these shoots have over us, alas this time we have failed. The decor speaks volumes, with every object having its place and true meaning bringing something beautiful to the concept of this shoot. For example the flower designer Bottega Botanica used myrtle that grows directly in the under bush of the forest, because In northern mythology it represents femininity and fortune, which will bid the couple a safe journey into married life. Peel back the layers of this styled shoot and enjoy the hidden depths it has to offer, should you look hard enough…

Federica Cosentino says “This styled shoot is truly the result of an incredible team effort. Our aim was to represent a not so common location for a marriage in Italy. The raw scenery of a pine forest is the perfect setting for this beautiful couple, who are romantic yet at the same time adventurous. Surrounded by nature, Olivia and Filippo exchanged vows and had the intimate wedding they always dreamed of, followed by a party under the stars. The scent of pine cones and wild flowers filled the air while they were saying..I do.”

With Special thanks to all the talented suppliers involved in bringing this stunning shoot alive and continuing our infatuations with woodland weddings. 

CREDITS/

Planning and styling: Federica Cosentino Nature wedding planner

Photography & Video: Erica & Manu – Unique Wedding Photo and Video

Flower designer: Bottega Botanica 

Wedding Dress & groom’s attire: Maura Brandino

HMUA: Rosanna Curci make up 

Cake Designer: Cotton Candy Bakery 

Bridal Headpieces: Cristinasignorina 

Lighting designer: Studio Bulbus 

Stationery: Lettere di Noemi 

Embroidery Frame: Federica Cosentino Nature wedding planner

Jewels: My Golden Age

Models: Carola Perucchetti and Francesco Bracotti 

 

Thanks for Reading 

Hannah x

 

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