Romantic Jane Austin-Style Wedding

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Happy December! It is quite chilly here so we thought we'd bring you some warm thoughts, amid visions of sugarplums and bustling holiday preparations! 

Speaking of sugarplums, this wedding is as sweet as can be. Mixed blooms in pastel tones, silver julep cups and a sparkling chandelier suspended over the dinner tables, create a stunning scene right out of a Jane Austin novel!

The ceremony was super romantic as well, taking place upon a crumbling staircase of a Tuscan villa. Just pretty as can be!













Classic Romance

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Spring, if we're not mistaken, means pastels. Pale, delicate, romantic....blush, lilac, mint, creamy yellow...it's pastel paradise. Below is a wedding that is the perfect mix of pretty pinks and creams, with a touch of pale lilac. It's classic and romantic, and we like it!













Blog Feature - Sarah and Chris on Snippet & Ink

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Ciao everyone! We just found out that our work was featured on the fantastic, inspirational, completely swoon-worthy blog Snippet & Ink, featuring bride and groom Sarah and Chris' chic and simple May wedding at the Hotel Il Salviatino in Florence! Click the link to see more!



Photos by Cinzia Bruschini.





Flowers from Florence to the Louvre - Ferragamo & Da Vinci

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On March 27, 2012, we were invited by the house of Salvatore Ferragamo to create the floral decorations for a day of events at the Musee du Louvre in Paris. The famous Florentine company best known for their handcrafted leather shoes and bags (Mr. Ferragamo himself was the creator of many iconic shoes, including Dorothy's ruby slippers in the classic 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz"), is the sole sponsor of the new exhibition at the museum of Leonardo DaVinci's newly restored work "Saint Anne", which was the last painting he had completed. You can read more about the event and the painting here: The NYTimes | Ferragamo at the Louvre.




The luncheon at Café Richelieu. 
We used a mix of pastel-colored spring flowers, adding warmth to the gorgeously dark, moody surroundings.




The gala dinner at the Café Mollien was decorated with vases of "Ferragamo Red" spring flowers and modern crystal accessories, bringing a bit of Italian-Chic to the historic French ambience.




The Tuscany Flowers van parked in the most elusive spot in the world!

One of many newspaper articles about the event.

See you again soon for another chic event!