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Wed in Warm Colours

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Warm colours are favoured by brides and grooms. Sometimes a specific colour can be linked to a specific Venice island wedding style.

 

For example, yellow recalls a rustic and summery style where you can use sunflowers, orange gerberas and the ears of wheat. Have you ever thought of organising a wedding picnic instead of a wedding banquet?

 

If you like country atmospheres, you will also appreciate a “nature-inspired look” for the venue!… wheat ears could be used for the table arrangements!…and the guests are also free to wear comfortable outfits to play in the open air!
Another option for a “Wed in Warm Colours” is red, which is always loved by my romantic brides![/vc_column_text][vc_separator type=”small” position=”center” color=”#ffffff” up=”25″ down=”25″ thickness=”5″][vc_gallery type=”image_grid” interval=”3″ images=”20514,20384,20532,20551,20516,20575,20576,20574″ onclick=”link_no” custom_links_target=”_self” column_number=”0″ grayscale=”no” choose_frame=”default” img_size=”45×10″][vc_separator type=”small” position=”center” color=”#ffffff” up=”25″ down=”25″ thickness=”5″][vc_column_text]

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Last time I arranged a romantic wedding, I was asked to find a romantic and chic venue for just a few guests for a modest budget. The perfect location was a very chic, recently refurbished, medieval mill near Treviso, perfect for a romantic, rustic, but unusual atmosphere.

 

We used bright colours and green plants all around and on the tables we used rosemary and basil plants. Candles were a must, of course! They lit the paths and some details making them even more dreamlike.
When I showed them the mood board I had prepared, their easily re-named their wedding style “romantic rustic refined wedding”.

 

As required by the Italian tradition, they took some gifts for the guests …to remind them of that day for ever.
Amazing!

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