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Spring In The Countryside

Infusing a genuine narrative with authenticity and a whimsical style, the creative team wanted to juxtapose the backdrop by using the traditional Villa Forni, based in Modena. Combining the villa’s XV century architecture and rich history with contemporary styling and design, photographer Martina Boggian captured the day with an editorial lens. Through meticulous attention to each element by Laura Soliveri Event Design and a commitment to capturing moments of true beauty, the team strived to present a wedding experience that felt both relevant and playful, resonating with those seeking something whimsical and distinctive for their wedding day.

The team's aim was to give some new inspiration to their little town, Modena - to escape from the usual setting, to wander, to dare and challenge. Textural florals by florist Nancy were a celebration of greens and shades of lilac, tying in beautifully with stationery by Margotti Studio. The ceremony space - a joyous collection of single stem florals in the breathtaking villa gardens. A table styled with pears and limes, with an exquisite cake dressed in lilac tulips to celebrate!

With the frescoed walls as their canvas, the creative team embarked on a journey to create a narrative that draws you in and enchants, celebrating the history and aesthetics of Villa Forni to weave together a story that truly captivates.

Venue: Villa Forni @villa_forni | Photographer: Martina Boggian Fotografie @martinaboggianph |

Flora: Nancy @flowers_andflowers_factory | Planner + Designer: Laura Soliveri Event Design @laurasoliveri_eventdesign | MUA: Giulia Ferrari Mua @giuliaferrarimua | Stationery: Margotti Studio @margottistudio | Video: Rocknlove Weddings @rocknlove.weddings | Cake: Dazero Offelleria @dazero_offelleria | Wedding Dress: Boutique Alba @boutique_alba | Groom's Suit: MTL Studio @mtlstudio_official | Earrings: Pepa Flaca @pepa.flaca | Champagne:  Champagne Berger Italia @champagnebergeritalia | Eyewear: Galvaniottica @galvaniottica Loewe @loewe


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